Short Version/TL;DR: Christian and I are writing a continuously deployed ebook about AngularJS for .NET developers (or, more generally, for business application developers) at http://henriquat.re. You can also follow us on twitter at @henriquatreJS
Yes, and it even provides a simple way to create domain-specific extensions for HTML which are rendered to 'real' HTML on-the fly. This might of course be extremely appealing for anyone with a XAML background ...
So Christian and I have been working with AngularJS for a while and recently decided that we'd like to share our experiences in this area. We didn't want to create videos, because John Linquist's http://egghead.io (which we've recommended to our clients time and time again) already provides really great screencasts. We also expect that our friends at Pluralsight (for presentation-style videos) will cover this area in great depth in the future.
But a paper book? No. That would definitely be too slow. Just imagine: AngularJS is currently making a major overhaul/addition to their client-side routing framework. Right now, actually. No, we could never cover these things in a book.
So we've decided to write a continuously published eBook. We're going to release individual alpha chapters throughout the next weeks at http://henriquat.re and we hope that this becomes a valuable resource for business-application developers looking into moving his experiences towards HTML5/JS-based client applications.
As a start, we've today release three main chapters:
- The Two Minute Guide to AngularJS for .NET Developers
- AngularJS Directives - Domain-Specific Extensions to HTML
- Advanced Directives - Combining AngularJS with existing Components
You can also follow us on twitter at @henriquatreJS to be notified whenever we release new content.