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Building Single Page App With ASP.NET MVC 5 and Angular: Rahul Sahay by [Sahay, Rahul]
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  • Publication Date: February 17, 2015
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Interesting implementation of architecture patterns on the application.

Starting with chapter 4, had problems with basic angular code, controller specifically. Had to investigate and make changes to the code in order to make it to work:
I had to make following changes:

At _Layout.cshtml, identify the app:

<html ng-app=”myApp”>

At homeIndex.js (the file storing the angular controller definition):
//homeIndex.js
var app = angular.module(“myApp“, []);

app.controller(‘homeIndexController’, function ($scope) {

$scope.fname = “John”;

$scope.lname = “Doe”;

});
And at the view, from where the angular controller is supposed to be called, Index.cshtml:

@section scripts
{
<script src=”~/js/homeIndex.js”></script>
}

<div ng-app=”myApp” ng-controller=”homeIndexController”>

Fname:- {{fname}}

Lname:- {{lname}}

</div>
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The book starts as "step by step" manual.
There are a lot of screenshots with "dummy" things like how to create a project in Visual Studio, how to add a class, etc.
However (at least in the Kindle format) there are a lot of missing things, for example in Chapter 2 there is neither code nor explanation about some classes that the author uses as RepositoryProvider and RepositoryFactories. In Chapter 3 there is not explanation how to create the database.
You have to download the code of the book to search all the missing parts.
It's boring "copy & paste" code without explanation.
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As a .Net developer I find this book very helpful in my day to day task at work and also gives me an edge on my colleagues. This book targets on the advance topics of MVC, AngularJS, WebApi, etc. But the best part is the altogether new tools like Jasmine, QUnit, Tostr, and how to use them efficiently.

I think Chris has not read the "Who should take this book" page and has made a vague comment; as this book doesn't target starters. Also, the main intent of the book is to build SPA and the author has explained the same with a variety of new technologies, which is awesome.
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