ng-book 2

The in-depth, complete, and up-to-date book on Angular 2

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#2 Product of the DayJuly 12, 2015



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Edwin Toh
Edwin Toh@edtoh · Founder, Garage Interactive
ng-book was really good. looking forward to this one!
Nate Murray
Nate MurrayMaker@eigenjoy · IFTTT
Hey everyone, happy to be here. I think a lot of people (including ourselves) were really apprehensive about a complete rewrite of Angular, but after using it for a few months I can tell you it's really fantastic. Our book is only 3 chapters so far but you can already get your first Angular 2 app up and running in a few minutes. Any chapters you guys want to see that you don't already see covered in our table of contents?
Goran Jakovljevic
Goran Jakovljevic@frenkix · Developer
Super excited. As I never worked with Angular, should i jump straight to Angular 2, or should i get to know Angular first ? Also as Angular 2 is still in WIP, if something changes, and it probably will, will u keep updating your previous chapters with the new code ?
Felipe Coury
Felipe CouryMaker@fcoury · CTO, Gistia
@frenkix Hey Goran, we’re also super excited about Angular 2. If you don't know what to choose, learn ng1. As of today, thousands (tens of thousands?) of sites run on angular 1. Angular 2 isn't finished yet and so nearly no one is using it in production. If you're looking for something you can take off the shelf today and use for work, use ng1. We are definitely going to update the book. As a matter of fact we have just finished an update for the first chapter (because Angular has already changed in this last couple of days). Feel free to contact me directly if you have further questions. I am @fcoury on twitter.