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In this course, you will learn how simple it is to use Angular to create maintainable and testable single page applications. You will learn how to: bootstrap your Angular application; use AngularJS markup and expressions; create and use controllers; use built-in services and create custom services; turn your application into a SPA using routing; and create your own custom elements and handle events using directives. You will also learn how AngularJS allows you to do all thing using test-driven-development.
Angular is exploding in popularity. If you are considering using it on a project, this course will help you understand and evaluate Angular to determine if it's right for your needs.
Once you have the basics of AngularJS, this intermediate area will give you a deeper understanding into features like AngularJS services, routing and testing. Building on your existing knowledge of AngularJS, you will also get some valuable insight into some of the best practices within AngularJS development.
Services are a major piece of every AngularJS application and will likely make up the majority of the code you write in your own apps. Creating your own services requires understanding the different types of services and how and why to use each of them. The framework also provides lots of built-in services that can help you manage network requests, asynchronous execution, routing, and much more. Taking full advantage of that functionality requires a deep understanding of what is possible and how to use it to fit your particular situation. This course will teach you all of these things so you can build great applications with Google's popular framework.
Routing is a fundamental component of Angular applications. Taking full advantage of client-side routing in your Angular apps will lead to better structured code and a better experience for your users, since you will only have to update the portions of the web page that change as they interact with your app. This course will teach you how to implement routing in an Angular app with the most popular frameworks available. You will learn how to work with URLs, parameters, states, view hierarchies, and lots more.
This course introduces the ngMock module for unit testing in AngularJS. The course will cover this module extensively, giving viewers a solid foundation for unit testing AngularJS code. We will learn by doing - building a movie application as we work through each concept of ngMock. By the end of the course, you will have greater fluency when writing unit tests for your AngularJS applications.
Directives are one of the most complex pieces of Angular, but learning to do them properly doesn't have to be a chore. This course will take you from knowing nothing about directives, to knowing everything. Through this course, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of all the pieces of directives and how to build them. More importantly you will learn how to make small, focused, and maintainable directives.
This course takes you step by step through the process of building line of business Web applications using Angular. It covers layout and routing, accessing data, building and validating forms, defining business logic, and data visualization.
In this course you will take your AngularJS development to the next level by taking a deeper look at developing web applications with Angular. Building on the topics taught in the Angular Fundamentals course, you will take a deeper dive into the components of Angular: Controllers, Services, Filters, Directives, and Views. You will learn techniques that will help you in building applications bigger than tiny sample apps, such as organizing your code, breaking down a page into components, and communicating with the server. You will learn many patterns for more effective development such as patterns for cross-component communication, and patterns for creating an actual model layer. By the end of this course you should feel comfortable embarking upon a medium to large size application in AngularJS.
Once you learn the basics of AngularJS, you encounter decisions that not only affect how well your app will scale and perform, but also how easily it can be maintained. This course takes AngularJS developers beyond the fundamentals to address that next level of problems you encounter. You'll see familiar patterns such as Separation of Concerns (SoC) are at the heart of building solid AngularJS applications. You'll learn techniques to organize code and the right questions to ask yourself that can shape your application patterns. Other topics include: how to extend application design from small, to medium, to large scale apps with many modules, naming conventions, controller techniques, reusable services, creating reusable building blocks, dependency injection, and build automation. By the end of this course, you will have a solid understanding of how to write clean code with AngularJS to create greater implicit readability, make it easier to maintain, and extendable. Sample code for this course can be found here: https://github.com/johnpapa/ng-demos
After you’ve used AngularJS for a while, you’ll be ready for this advanced section of AngularJS tutorials. Here, you will gain knowledge on common application development scenarios, such as working with authorization, nested routes, form validation, error diagnostics and more. Here we will go deeper into topics such as directives, testing and even animations.
"AngularJS In Action" author Lukas Ruebbelke dives into AngularJS, an intuitive framework that makes it easy to organize code by incorporates concepts like two-way binding, dependency injection and views which results in very testable code.
Do you need a starting point for your Angular SPAs? Menus, dashboards, and widgets are important parts of many Angular apps. In this course, we'll build components to easily add these items to any project. We'll build a feature-rich menu system from scratch, then we'll use angular-gridster to create a dashboard and widget system. We'll package these components with Gulp so that they can be used in any Angular application.
The Playbook contains strategies and patterns for common scenarios in AngularJS applications. After an introductory module, the course looks at managing authorization tokens and a user model using services and HTTP interceptors. The third module provides strategies to implement consistent error handling and display of alert messages to the user. The fourth module will focus on UI topics, including working with an application that requires nested views and modal dialogs. The fifth module demonstrates custom directives you can use to help build and validate forms, including how to dynamically augment a view using the $compile service. The final module of the course will demonstrate techniques you can use to integrate third party libraries, including how to wrap jQuery plugins.
This course is a gentle introduction to the changes that Angular 2 brings, how they compare to Angular 1, and provides an understanding of the architecture and how the core concepts work together to build applications. You will learn how your Angular 1 skills translate and prepare you to build Angular 2 applications. Code samples focus on specific features including Angular 2 components, templates directives, data binding syntax, modules, dependency injection, routing, Http, pipes, and services. All samples are written in TypeScript and run live on the web where you can see and edit them with a click of a button; no setup required.