Course info
Nov 9, 2016
1h 31m

As you advance in your knowledge of AngularJS and your applications grow in size, you can be bombarded with a large variety of tooling to use. In this course, Advanced AngularJS Workflows, you will work through some of the problems that arise as your applications grow and the best tools available to help keep your applications maintainable. First, you will see how to go about setting up minification with for your application. Next, you will work with sourcemaps and see how they make debugging possible again, as well as setting up the Babel compiler to make your new ES6 code work with multiple browsers. Finally, you will set up multiple build paths to make your files production ready. When you're finished with this course, you'll be better prepared to manage your entire AngularJS workflow.

About the author
About the author

Jonathan is a Pluralsight Author, Technology Advisor, and Business Leader. As a member of the Chief Digital Advisory team at World Wide Technology, Jonathan is able to leverage his unique experiences and skills to drive digital transformation for his clients. As a dedicated developer community leader, Jonathan serves on the board of directors for the Kansas City Developers Conference, is a Microsoft MVP, and is a regular speaker and keynote presenter at conferences around the globe.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi, everyone. My name's Jonathan Mills, and welcome to my course on building Angular workflows. I write JavaScript, and part of writing JavaScript is dealing with a lot of files in a lot of different ways. So in this course, what I want to do is help build some tools around your Angular applications, and some of the major topics we're going to cover are going to including bundling and minification and how to make all that work. We're going to talk about validation. We'll talk about testing and static code analysis and how to build a workflow around making sure your code works well. We're also going to talk about ES6 and how to start adding some ES6 features into your current Angular application. We're going to work through all of that so that by the end of this course you should have a workflow in place that manages your entire Angular workflow and will handle all of these different pieces for you. Before beginning this course, you should probably be familiar with Angular. I'm not going to talk about Angular at all. I'm going to assume you already know it. We're just going to talk about how to build some tools around your existing application. So if that sounds good to you, let's get started.