AngularJS Notes for Professionals book

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AngularJS Notes for Professionals book

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  1. Getting started with AngularJS
  2. Controllers
  3. Built-in directives
  4. Modules
  5. Components
  6. Custom Directives
  7. Filters
  8. Services
  9. Dependency Injection
  10. Unit tests
  11. Profiling and Performance
  12. Events
  13. Sharing Data
  14. How data binding works
  15. Routing using ngRoute
  16. ng-class directive
  17. Directives using ngModelController
  18. ui-router
  19. Custom filters
  20. Built-in helper Functions
  21. digest loop walkthrough
  22. Angular $scopes
  23. AngularJS gotchas and traps
  24. Using AngularJS with TypeScript
  25. $http request
  26. Constants
  27. Form Validation
  28. Angular promises with $q service
  29. Prepare for Production - Grunt
  30. Debugging
  31. Providers
  32. Decorators
  33. Grunt tasks
  34. Angular Project - Directory Structure
  35. AngularJS bindings options (`=`, `@`, `&` etc.)
  36. Lazy loading
  37. HTTP Interceptor
  38. Print
  39. Performance Profiling
  40. Distinguishing Service vs Factory
  41. Use of in-built directives
  42. ng-repeat
  43. Session storage
  44. Angular MVC
  45. ng-style
  46. ng-view
  47. The Self Or This Variable In A Controller
  48. Controllers with ES6
  49. Custom filters with ES6
  50. Migration to Angular 2+
  51. SignalR with AngularJs
  52. angularjs with data filter, pagination etc

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200 pages, published on January 2018

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