Best books for learning AngularJS?

+1 Bucky Roberts · April 1, 2015
In my opinion there is a lack of good resources for learning AngularJS. What books do you guys recommend?

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0 Nikola Novakovic · May 7, 2015
Angular can have a pretty steep learning curve after you get past basics and want to create your own directives etc. For learning that i used a lot of blog posts, pair programming and a few you tube conference videos.
0 Adrian Boisclair · April 26, 2015
Awesome!
0 James Aidan · April 23, 2017
Hi, I dnt knw much about books, but I found Angular JS up and Running (By Shyam Sheshadri & Brad Green) & AngularJS UI Development (By Metthias Nehlsen& 1 more author(forgot his name)) found fruitful while learning Angular JS!

Apart from this I also recomment you some good resources about Angular JS-
<a href="http://www.learn-angular.org">Learn Angular</a>

<a href="http://findnerd.com/NerdDigest/Javascript/">Newest Development Blogs of Angular & Javascript</a>

Thanks
Have a great Day!
0 Yavor Kirov · April 27, 2016
Thanks for the course on YT!!<3
0 Bob Trig · July 25, 2016
I think AngularJS is evolving at such a rapid rate, once a conventional book is written and published it is out of date. 

Bucky, Would you please make the source code for your AngularJS 2 course available for download ?

Thanks!
0 Matt Hayden · November 7, 2015
Book recommendation: PactPub - Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS 
I found this book very helpful covers all the basic topic of Angularjs.

Moreover, One of the best course I've ever enrolled in for Angularjs. It's good to start Angularjs from scratch and also covers advance topics and firebase integration along with Angularjs as well. This course is now 90% off for new students and I think you might be interested in. Check out this course here --> http://bit.ly/1WCs6kC
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