Joe has been a web developer for the last 13 of his 16+ years as a professional developer. He has specialized in front end and middle tier development . Although his greatest love is writing code, he also enjoys teaching and speaking about code.
Organizing your Code Hello. I am Joe Eames. In this module, we'll be discussing Organizing your Code with Angular JS. Let's take a look at what we are going to cover in this module. The first thing we'll talk about, is how to organize our files and folders with Angular JS. Then, we'll talk about module organization and the effect that modules have on organizing our code. And lastly, we'll look at some strategies for naming our files and objects.
AngularJS: Communicating with the Server Hi, welcome to this Pluralsight module on using AngularJS to communicate with the server with. NET tools on the backend. In this module, we'll talk about using MVC controllers and web API as your backend endpoints. We'll also take a look at handling client and server side validation with coupling AngularJS with. NET.
Testing AngularJS with .NET Hello, this is Jim Cooper and welcome to this Pluralsight module. I'm testing AngularJS with. NET. In this module, I will introduce you to how easy it is to write tests against your angular code. And I will demonstrate different tools and methods you can use for running your angular tests inside visual studio. I will also show you how to get your tests running inside Team City for continuous integration builds. Since unit testing Angular is already covered in depth in the testing Angular module of the AngularJS fundamentals course, this module won't cover in depth the details of how to test various Angular components, but it will show you how to run those tests from within. NET.