“Angular for the jQuery developer” is a comprehensive guide for developers who want to transition from jQuery to Angular. Written by Ari Lerner, a renowned developer and educator in the Angular community, this book provides a step-by-step guide to help jQuery developers learn and master Angular.

The book begins by introducing the key differences between jQuery and Angular, including the differences in architecture, syntax, and data binding. It then presents a set of guidelines for writing Angular code that follows best practices in naming conventions, code organization, and code formatting. Throughout the book, the author provides numerous examples and code snippets to illustrate the concepts being presented.

One of the strengths of this book is its focus on helping jQuery developers make the transition to Angular. The author acknowledges the similarities between jQuery and Angular, but also highlights the key differences that jQuery developers need to be aware of when working with Angular. This makes the book accessible to developers who are already familiar with jQuery, but who are new to Angular.

Another strength of the book is its focus on practical applications of Angular development. The author provides real-world examples of how to create Angular applications, including applications that use components, directives, services, and pipes. The book also includes a section on best practices for testing Angular applications, including tips for writing unit tests and end-to-end tests.

Overall, “Angular for the jQuery developer” is an excellent resource for jQuery developers who want to learn and master Angular. It provides a solid foundation in the principles and techniques of Angular development, and its focus on practical applications and best practices makes it a valuable resource for developers who want to make the transition from jQuery to Angular. Whether you’re a student of computer science, a professional developer, or simply someone interested in learning how to develop robust Angular applications, this book is a must-read.