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It's great to see books on newage tools and concepts. I know to use Bootstrap with some AngularJS on page-level only.

A few questions on the book,
1. Does it cover front-end MVC patterns like MVP, MVVM,...etc. and which is used for the example(s).
2. Does it covers RWD or only desktop web-applications.
3. Is this an AngularJS book, or we(readers) should know angularJS before reading this book ?

Thanks..

 
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Hello Karthik, thanks for the question.

1- Yes, we have many drawings with examples for MVC, MP, MVP, MVVM.
2- Not directly but i used three responsive libraries.
3- No, is not a Angular book, the book is about Single Page web applications and we have many examples from SPA only on server with Express framework, PureCSS example and Restful architecture. The examples can be applied to any MVC library.
 
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