February 24, 2018
    Books: Angular 4 Pocket Primer
     
    Title:      Angular 4 Pocket Primer
    Categories:      Angular Books
    BookID:      16
    Authors:      Oswald Campesato
    ISBN-10(13):      168392035X
    Publisher:      Mercury Learning & Information
    Publication date:      2017-07-31
    Number of pages:      252
    Language:      Not specified
    Price:      23.36 USD
    Rating:      0 
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    Description:      Product Description
    This book provides an introduction to Angular 4 application development, independent of any exposure to Angular 1.x and intended for beginners who want to develop Web applications. Readers will learn how to create applications with various UI Controls, how to create custom components, and how to handle mouse-related events. It illustrates how to create Angular 4 applications containing SVG, D3, and GSAP. It also covers Angular 4 applications that use Flux, Redux, Relay, and GraphQL. The final chapter covers mobile application development, delving into Ionic 2, Angular 4 with NativeScript, and React Native with Angular 4. Includes companion files with source code and color figures from the book.

    eBook Customers: Companion files are available for downloading with order number/proof of purchase by writing to the publisher at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Features:

    • Contains a chapter with SVG, D3, and GSAP graphics
    • Includes companion files with all of the source code and figures from the book
    • Contains examples using Http, Observables, multiple concurrent requests with forkJoin(), and how to combine Promises and Observables in the same application
    • Contains a chapter that introduces Flux, Redux, Relay, and GraphQL
    • Contains code samples of Angular 4 with Express applications that use Mongo
    • Contains a chapter for mobile application development

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