- Paperback: 456 pages
- Publisher: Manning Publications; 1 edition (December 30, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1617293121
- ISBN-13: 978-1617293122
- Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 0.9 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 20 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,357 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Angular 2 Development with TypeScript 1st Edition
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About the Author
Yakov Fain has been a developer for more than 25 years and has written multiple books on software development.
Anton Moiseev has 8 years of software development experience, specializing in enterprise web applications.
Top customer reviews
However, this book helped me to work in the project with some good understanding on Unit Testing, event handling, and so on. so 3/5.
It is very good in that it will teach you what you want to know about Typescript and Angular 2. It has an excellent demo app that grows with each chapter along with very nice test applications that demonstrate what each chapter has to say. In that regard, it is a five-star book, and I highly recommend it.
However, it is flawed by typos. Whether it is a misspelling, a code chunk that doesn't match the book's test, or a mislabeled code listing. there are enough of these to warrant mentioning.
Setting that aside, however, this is an excellent book, and I am well on my way to building the website I want to build because of it.
Highly recommended despite the typos. (And having said that, I hope there are no typos in my review!)
It does exactly what I want. They went through a couple of years of experimenting and finding a path. Then they told me what they found out. Saving me two years.
I wrote down an example, then I lost my note, but they explain what's happening behind the scenes. Rather than "here's the syntax." If all you have is the surface, as soon as something goes wrong, you're lost. This is an example of their sharing with me what they learned. Kudos!
I read about 25% percent of the book. I sense no direction and no aha moment insight.
About me: 20 years of experience developing web apps. Read hundreds books on the topic. Never used Flux/Angular. Expert level in Backbone and Apostrophe.
UPDATE, down to one star. I just can't in good faith give this two stars. This book is so bad that it really couldn't get worse. I'm not sure it has value. One of the other reviewers mentions a vlog to learn Angular, and I've since read the official "guide." The official guide is an order of magnitude more comprehensive and better formatted than this book. It's also free. The Udemy is fantastic as well. This resource may have some value in a vacuum, but it has no value whatsoever in the ecosystem of educational material it finds itself. In the past two years, the only tech book worse than this that I've read is Decentralized Applications: Harnessing Bitcoin's Blockchain Technology.
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It took me a week to go through the book - I wanted to be thorough.Read more