Angular Best Practices

by Jim Cooper

As you learn a new technology, it's easy to miss or forget some of the best practices. This course will teach you some of those best practices within Angular.

What you'll learn

It's easy to create simple applications in Angular, but once you start building larger, more complex applications, you can quickly run into legibility, scalability, and performance issues if you're not careful. In this course, Angular Best Practices, you'll learn best practices in Angular. First, you'll discover the Angular project and folder organization. Next, you'll explore Angular module organization and how to use Core, shared, and feature modules. Then, you'll learn about Angular component, service best practices, and some really important performance best practices to ensure you're building fast and scalable Angular applications. Finally, you'll cover a few basic coding best practices while you're at it. By the end of this course, you'll know all the key best practices to help you build respectable, high quality, and scalable Angular applications.

About the author

Jim Cooper is a software developer at Pluralsight, with more than 20 years of software development experience. He has a passion for Agile processes, especially lean software development. Jim has been developing production Angular apps since before Angular version 1.0, including Pluralsight's first Html5-based video player. Jim has over 10 years of TDD and pair programming experience which has contributed significantly to his professional development. He has successfully mentored other developers... more

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