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Front-end advancement targets the web browser, putting your applications in front of the best series of individuals no matter tool or operating system. This guide will offer you a solid foundation for creating abundant internet experiences across systems.
Each phase of this publication will direct you through important ideas and also APIs as you build a collection of applications. You will certainly carry out receptive UIs, accessibility remote internet services, construct applications with Ember.js, as well as extra. You will likewise debug as well as check your code with advanced growth devices and harness the power of Node.js as well as the riches of open-source components in the npm computer registry. After working through the detailed example jobs, you will certainly comprehend how to construct modern-day web sites as well as web applications.
- Series: Big Nerd Ranch Guides
- Paperback: 478 pages
- Publisher: Big Nerd Ranch Guides; 1 edition (August 8, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0134433947
- ISBN-13: 978-0134433943
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 1.3 x 9.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
Love the writing style and the clear examples in this …
Love the writing style and the clear examples in this book. The code actually works! So many development books I buy are riddled with typos, yet this book is almost typo-free. What a refreshing change! Love the Big Nerd Ranch series.
I like that the authors step the reader through various projects that increase in complexity. There are a couple of quirks (I was using x-select 3.0 in the ember chapters and encountering some strange issues before realizing I needed to be using 2.0.x), but they’re easy enough to figure out if you take the time to look.
Definitely worth your money and time
This book was very useful and worth the price. The beginning of the book was massively helpful. They spent a lot of time on Ember indoctrination towards the end of the book which I could have done without (and I would have liked to see other topics covered) but it was interesting to see how a system like that works. There were also some bugs towards the end of the book so I’m looking forward to the next edition. That being said, this book definitely deserves 5 stars and is worth buying even with it’s issues.
Very good book for Front-End noobs
6 people found this helpful.
This book is very well written. Can move a little fast at times but gives you a good foundation to work with. I would recommend understanding a little HTML and CSS before you dive into this book if you’re one of those people who likes to understand every line of code. I haven’t finished the Javscript section yet but so far it’s pretty good. I bought the kindle version and the screen shots help a lot and you will get up and running quickly.
promising topic + disappointing implementation = mixed feelings
25 people found this helpful.
Im working through this book now. I bought it based on the recommendation of a colleague.
A lot of "do this", "do that", copy/pasting code. Not much why or how.
26 people found this helpful.
One for the tech library
Well written with excellent up-to-date techniques and features…
3 people found this helpful.
I have completed only 7 chapters so far and I must say that I have learned a lot from these chapters.
Great book!! It arrived on time and in perfect condition. Thanks