Your boss wants you to add some new functionality to your large MVC application. You want to learn Angular and your boss is okay with you using Angular, as long as you don't have to rewrite your existing application. You know you can just keep all your old MVC pages in place, but add new pages in Angular. In this course, Add Angular to MVC Applications, you'll learn how to add, or even replace pages in an MVC application without affecting the rest of your application. First, you'll explore how to integrate Angular into your project, and how to replace an MVC page. Next, you'll develop Web API's to serve the data from your back-end data storage and reuse the view models your MVC controllers call. Finally, you'll cover how to handle validation errors both on the client and server-side. By the end of this course, you'll be efficiently using pure HTML calling Web API's through Angular.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Paul Sheriff, and welcome to my course, Add Angular to MVC Applications. I am a business solutions architect for Fairway Technologies, a premier provider of expert technology consulting and software development services. Would you like to speed up your MVC or web form application? Angular can help you do that. In this course, you're going to learn to slowly convert an MCV web page to use an Angular page instead. You'll do all searching, listing, adding, editing, deleting, and validation of data through Angular and the Web API. Some of the major topics you will learn include, how to integrate Angular into an MVC project, how to replace an MVC page with an Angular page, reduce post backs by using Web API calls, how to handle exceptions in Angular, client and server-side validation, how to create custom Angular validators. By the end of this course, you will feel comfortable using Angular to handle standard web page functionality that you use to write in MVC. I would suggest that before beginning this course you are familiar with MVC, Angular, the Web API, TypeScript, and HTML. I hope you'll join me on your mission to integrate Angular into your MVC applications with my course entitled Add Angular to MVC Applications, at Pluralsight. com