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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Fernando Monteiro. Fernando Monteiro is a frontend AngularJS Directives Cookbook 1st Edition, Kindle Edition. by. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Alex Vanston. Alex Vanston is a self- professed geek and AngularJS Directives Revised ed. Edition eBook features. Directives. Minification in Angular. AngularJS Getting Started Video .. It is an unofficial and free AngularJS ebook created for educational purposes.
In AngularJS Directives, you'll learn all the necessary tools to begin architecting your own directives and how to use them in the construction of a more dynamic Web.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. I bought the kindle version of this book based on the author's assertion that it would help better architect modularized Angular code, through the use of directives.
Having read Ari Lerner's ng-book, I found this book to be poor in several regards. It is way way too verbose not that ng-book isn't! So we can [stay modular and code like a rockstar]" - Alfred, if he'd been an Angular developer.
The little code that is provided is largely summarized from Angular's own source. Readability is seriously hampered by the fact that the code is set to an excessively large font compared to the text, and so HTML lines fold over once or twice, making them irritatingly difficult to read. You can shrink the font, but then you can't read the text. In short, the book does not deliver much on the basic level of understanding you can get from the somewhat improved Angular docs, and certainly other references like egghead.
I should add, however, that the author's blog is quite the opposite of this book. He has excellent, advanced articles there that are well worth the read.
Not sure what happened with this book. Yes, it is not a bad book but I would have liked more complete examples.
The examples I found to be too short. Paperback Verified download. Just reading the chapter on compile vs link made my head hurt. I had to google to find simpler, cleaner explanations. Intentions were good but it is such a tough read. The book could have started with a simple directive example and started developing on it as it explained concepts and configuration.
Instead it is all over the place.
I went up to chapter six or so and all the examples were a single module on a single page. When writing a book about an modular framework one should demonstrate it with more real life example - single page with multiple modules - that's the most important thing I expect from a book - recommendations on how to structure my app with multiple modules that are decoupled, yet communicate with each other and share some common parts. Awful examples and explanations are short. Most of the examples used are Angular's own built-in directives which are overly complex which kind of defeat the purpose of clarifying by example.
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