HTML5 Offline Applications with AngularJS, IndexedDB, and Bootstrap

Learn to build an AngularJS application that works just as well when disconnected from the web as it does with a reliable connection to the server.
Course info
Rating
(135)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 12, 2015
Duration
3h 47m
Table of contents
Course Introduction
Working Offline
Building a New Application
Implementing the List Page
Implementing Persistence Strategies
Using IndexedDB
Implementing the Edit Page
Synchronizing Offline Data
Implementing the Manifest File
Where to Go Next
Description
Course info
Rating
(135)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 12, 2015
Duration
3h 47m
Description

Learn how to implement an AngularJS application that includes services that fall back to saving data on the client when the server is not available and seamlessly resumes interacting with the server once a connection is available. Discover how to use the browser's local database (IndexedDB) to store data on the client, how to implement a cross-browser method to detect online and offline states, and how to leverage the Application Cache API to make files available when working offline.

Course FAQ
Course FAQ
What will I learn in this course?

You will learn how to build an AngularJS app that can cache data on the client when there is no reliable connection available.

What prerequisites are needed?

You will want to be familiar with ASP.NET MVC or another like platform: Node, Ruby, PHP, Java, etc.

What software is required?

We will be working with the offline.js library, the HTML5 app cache API, AngularJS, script files from NuGet, IndexedDB, Bootstrap, and other elements along the way.

What is the practical application?

We'll build an Angular offline app that recognizes when it's lost connection, still functions properly, and synchronizes data when a connection is reestablished.

Who is this course for?

This course is great for anyone developing apps that require an HTML5 offline mode.

About the author
About the author

Craig Shoemaker is a developer, instructor, writer, podcaster, and technical evangelist of all things awesome.

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