Angular: Getting Started
Angular is one of the fastest, most popular open source web app frameworks today, and knowing how to use it is essential for developers. You'll learn how to create components and user interfaces, data-binding, retrieving data using HTTP, and more.
What you'll learn
Hello! My name is Deborah Kurata, and welcome to Angular: Getting Started. In this course, you will learn how to create great web apps and stay up to date on the latest app development technologies, by coming up to speed quickly with Angular's components, templates, and services. You will get there by learning major topics like to set up your environment, learning about components, templates, and data binding and how they work together, discover how to build clean components with strongly-typed code, as well as building nested components and how to use dependency injection to inject the services you build and how to retrieve data using HTTP, navigation and routing.
By the end of this course, you will be up to date on all the latest Angular knowledge and you will be able to use Angular to create great apps in the future.
And after this course, you’ll be ready to move on to additional courses in the Angular Learning Path, including Angular CLI, Angular Forms, and beyond.
I hope you’ll join me, and I look forward to helping you on your learning journey here at Pluralsight.
Table of contents
Angular is a TypeScript-based open-source web application framework guided by the Angular team at Google.
In this course, you will learn about components, templates, data binding and directives, services and dependency injection, Http and observables, navigation and routing, and Angular CLI. By the end of this course, you will know the basics of building your own Angular applications.
Some of the benefits of Angular are: two-way data binding, directives, strong community, dependency rejection, reusability, and readability.
Angular CLI is a command-line interface tool that is used to intialize, develop, and maintain other Angular applications directly from a command shell.