Learning AngularJS for .NET Developers

Build single-page web applications using frameworks that help you work efficiently and deliver great resultsAbout This Book Implement complex frontend applications using AngularJS and rock solid web services using ServiceStack Become a more productive developer and learn to use frameworks that enforce good development practices Follow a gradual introduction to concepts with lots of examples and explore the evolution of a production-ready application Who This Book Is ForIf you are a .NET developer that has already built web applications or web services with a fundamental knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS, and want to explore single-page applications, then this book will give you a great start. The frameworks, tools, and libraries mentioned here will make you productive and minimize the friction usually associated with building server-side web applications.What You Will Learn Create a standalone AngularJS application to prototype user interfaces Validate complex forms with AngularJS and use Bootstrap to style them Build RESTful web services that work well with single-page applications Implement automatic validation for web service requests to reduce your boilerplate code Use web services with AngularJS to offload and secure your application logic Test your AngularJS and web service code to improve the quality of your software deliverables Structure your JavaScript code and organize your files so your application can grow at a sustainable pace In DetailAngularJS is the most popular JavaScript MVC framework, and it embraces and extends HTML rather than abstracting it. The building of single-page applications is a web-designer-friendly process with the AngularJS expressive HTML vocabulary. It drastically reduces the amount of JavaScript required to control complex user interactions and enforces a modular approach to structuring your JavaScript code. This book covers all of the stages of building a single-page web application, starting with frontend components powered by AngularJS, continuing with web services that leverage ServiceStack, and putting it all together in an ASP.NET MVC application. You will learn a development process focused on rapid delivery and testability for all application layers.

Author: Alex Pop

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