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Format: Paperback

Covers transitions/animations for both the JavaScript and CSS side of things, emphasizing (rightly so) the CSS side. It’s so hard to find thorough, current articles online for Angular animations, and this book gives you just that. I was able to put many examples to use right away and get past issues that had me stuck for weeks on an aspect of a project at work. The book also goes in-depth by helping you to understand the performance aspects and see which commonly chosen properties animate slow, while offering alternatives that will make the animations more efficient. jQuery is not left out in this book either and in most sections where animation techniques are taught there are alternative implementations showcased that make use of jQuery. It’s a great tutorial as well as a great reference, and one of the few books on Angular published in the last several months that won’t feel dated when Angular 2.0 is finalized.

Format: Paperback

PacktPub has another good book on AngularJS, this time regarding showing animations using AngularJS. Richard Keller has done quite a good job describing the basics and some advanced concepts of having animations show up in your AngularJS application.

Chapter 1 and 2 talk about animation in general (without AngularJS, i.e.,). Chapter 4 through 7 walk through showing animations in the various built-in and custom AngularJS constructs.

I found chapter 8 very interesting which talks about making your application performant using Chrome DevTools.

The examples in the book seem quite naive and simple. Making them a little more ‘gimmicky’ would have impressed me even more.

Not to pet-peeve, but the book has a few ‘bugs’. In page 82 (epub version) the ngRepeat example is not working. I had to change the code line to ‘return < ? -1 : 1' in order to get the snippet to work. Also, the performance.js file is missing in the sample code for chapter 8.

Amazon: Learning AngularJS Animations eBook: Richard Keller: Kindle Store

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