* Part 1: Intro to Angular JS (50 minutes) 
* Part 2: End to End with Angular JS (52 minutes) 
* Part 3: Security with Angular JS (30 minutes) 
 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ILQOFAgaXE
 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqAyiqUs93c
 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18ifoT-Id54
I've been meaning to look further into AngularJS, and it looks like this is the weekend to do it.
I've been playing with Angular for a lil bit. The things that frustrate me as a learner are:
1) Lack of good end-to-end examples.
2) Situations where things just don't work, and give no feedback as to what went wrong. Am I just using Angular JS incorrectly or does this happen to everyone?
I used Angular for two hackathons so far and didn't keep track of what didn't work. It was just a matter of ... let me try something a different way ... and poof ... it worked. Not very scientific I'm afraid.
I forget sometimes how much you learn from doing it wrong before doing it right.
The first project I was working on had several complex nested views and this little piece of software made my life sooooo much easier. I wasted so much time trying to find a resource about how to handle nested views. Hopefully this will save someone else some time in the future.
Angular UI Router:
Edit: The link to that book is there :)
BTW, I bought the two cheapest ebooks in your list. Hope you got a piece! The 'Recipes' one has been the most handy so far.
I've purchased the AngularJS Oreilly book (good, not great...it just didn't feel like a well-organized book to me) and the Packt book (Web Application Development with AngularJS)..the Packt book is excellent. At least for the first 5 chapters I've read. Oh, and I have no "referral" params for any of those books.
I'm personally really excited about getting to work with Angular. It has been a lot of fun so far, and its amazing how much you can do with a small amount of code.
I'm trying to build up a toolset to rapidly build admin sections for services I work on which don't typically have users in the traditional sense.
Angularjs = a very opinionated MVVM framework for web client applications ( think gmail , google reader , ... )
I wrote a couple of AngularJS posts myself, hopefully you think they are worth adding:
I don't get that. Is HTML different in Microsoft world?
Microsoft is moving even further in that direction with Web API, which does largely transform ASP.NET into a "dumb" REST endpoint completely separate from the HTML/JS clientside.