Effin Publishers: Let’s write an Angular Book without them! by Jeffry Houser —Kickstarter

  • About this project

    OverviewAngular is a HTML5 framework from Google for building applications inside your browser, and this book will teach you the skills you need to be effective using Angular for Enterprise applications.The book will start from nothing and iterate over code to build a complete task management application.

  • Each chapter will teach you something new, so you can learn to be effective building applications for your clients or company.Some concepts the book will teach:
    Implementing Role Based Authentication
    Powering Your User Interfaces
    Displaying Your Data in a DataGrids
    Advanced Data Filtering
    CRUD Operations
    Integrating with REST Services 
    The book will use mock services so that your learning process is not tied to a specific server side platform.
  • Check out the finished application you’ll learn to build:
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    Book OutlineChapter 1: Application Overview and Setup
    Basic Environment Setup
    Creating your First Angular Components
    Using the RouterModule
    Chapter 2: Create a Login
    Sharing data between Angular Components
    Create Mock HTTP Login Services with InMemoryWebApiModule
    Handle User Inputs and Button Clicks
    Chapter 3: Displaying in a DataGrid
    Create a Generic Grid using ngxDatatable
    Load Task Data into Grid
    Set up Column Sorting
    Create Mock HTTP Services for Loading Tasks
    Chapter 4: Filtering the Tasks
    Create a DatePicker with NG Bootstrap
    Populate a Select with Angular
    Use Angular Pipe for Date Formatting
    Chapter 5: Creating and Editing Tasks
    Create a popup with NG Bootstrap
    Add buttons to Grid Cell Templates
    Create Mock HTTP Services for Saving Tasks
    Chapter 6: Scheduling Tasks
    Modify Screen States
    Modify Grid Columns based on Screen State
    Create Mock HTTP Services for Updating Tasks
    Chapter 7: Marking Tasks Completed
    Create a Checkbox Renderer in the Grid
    Create Mock HTTP Services for Completing Task
    Chapter 8: Implementing User Roles
    Hide App functionality based on the User’s permissions
    Disable Angular Components
    Budget

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    Stretch Goals

    $5k: Bonus Chapter: Dissecting the Angular Build Process

    $7K: Bonus Chapter: Understanding Angular Component LifeCycle Hooks

    $9K: Bonus Chapter: Unit Testing an Angular Application

    $15K: Screencasts: A full set of screencasts for the book.

  • During the Y2K era, I wrote three books on ColdFusion for Osborne McGrawhill and started writing the Beginner’s Column in the ColdFusion Developer’s Journal.From there, I turned my attention to user Interface Development focused on Adobe/Apache Flex.
  • Then I launched the LearnWith series to teach Developers about integrating AngularJS with other technologies.I blog weekly on development topics and a focus on a longer Angular book is a natural move.

Jeffry Houser is raising funds for Effin Publishers: Let’s write an Angular Book without them! on Kickstarter!

It is difficult to find good source to teach yourself Angular and with your help, I can fix that.

@sidwing327: I backed @reboog711’s #Angular4 Book on Kickstarter. I’m looking forward to learning. #angularJS #Angular

All or nothing. This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Tue, Apr 25 2017 8:57 am EDT.

It is difficult to find good source to teach yourself Angular and with your help, I can fix that.

It is difficult to find good source to teach yourself Angular and with your help, I can fix that. Read more

All or nothing. This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Tue, Apr 25 2017 8:57 am EDT.

Angular is a HTML5 framework from Google for building applications inside your browser, and this book will teach you the skills you need to be effective using Angular for Enterprise applications.

The book will start from nothing and iterate over code to build a complete task management application. Each chapter will teach you something new, so you can learn to be effective building applications for your clients or company.

Some concepts the book will teach:

The book will use mock services so that your learning process is not tied to a specific server side platform. 

Check out the finished application you’ll learn to build:

Chapter 1: Application Overview and Setup

Chapter 2: Create a Login

Chapter 3: Displaying in a DataGrid

Chapter 4: Filtering the Tasks

Chapter 5: Creating and Editing Tasks

Chapter 6: Scheduling Tasks

Chapter 7: Marking Tasks Completed

Chapter 8: Implementing User Roles

I was born to educate. During the Y2K era, I wrote three books on ColdFusion for Osborne McGrawhill and started writing the Beginner’s Column in the ColdFusion Developer’s Journal.

From there, I turned my attention to user Interface Development focused on Adobe/Apache Flex. I produced the premiere Flex Podcast, The Flex Show. As Flex lost market relevancy, I came back to the browser world in a big way. I created the Life After Flex series to teach Flex Developer’s about AngularJS development. Then I launched the LearnWith series to teach Developers about integrating AngularJS with other technologies.

I blog weekly on development topics and a focus on a longer Angular book is a natural move.

The biggest challenge of this project is balancing the writing responsibilities against the workload demands of a busy consultant schedule. In the past, I have managed to find a balance and expect to do the same for this project, so what are you waiting for? Back now!

Get a digital copy of the finished book and source code for each chapter, so you can become an Angular expert.

All the previous tiers, plus a thank you in the book credits and early access to chapters as I write them so you can start learning now.

All the previous tiers, plus digital copies of Jeffry’s Angular 1 training courses from LifeAfterFlex and Learn With.

All the previous tiers, plus a half hour mentoring call with Jeffry. We can chat about the state of HTML5 development or I can help you debug a coding problem.

All the previous tiers, plus a two-hour mentoring call with Jeffry, so you can get the answers you need right now.

Effin Publishers: Let’s write an Angular Book without them! by Jeffry Houser —Kickstarter

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