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Course Skill Level:

Foundational to Intermediate

Course Duration:

5 day/s

  • Course Delivery Format:

    Live, instructor-led.

  • Course Category:

    Programming & Development

  • Course Code:


Who should attend & recommended skills:

Client-side web developers with experience in HTML5 and JavaScript

Who should attend & recommended skills

  • Client-side web developers with experience in HTML5 and JavaScript
  • HTML5: Basic (1-2 years’ experience)
  • Object-oriented JavaScript: Intermediate (3-5 years’ experience)
  • Please ask about our 5-day JavaScript course which will prepare you for the high-level of JavaScript fluency needed for this course.

About this course

After understanding how HTML5 and JavaScript work together you soon realize that to create truly capable web applications, the code becomes complex and expensive to maintain. That’s where Angular comes in. This framework allows us to drastically reduce the amount of JavaScript code written, making our web apps easier to understand at all levels. Angular lets developers think of their pages as sets of components and makes our web apps truly abstract. Angular is the framework of choice for organizations who are creating the best and newest web applications. This fun and interactive course will get your developers ready to begin using Angular to keep you at the cutting edge of technology.

Skills acquired & topics covered

  • Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
  • Create fully featured dynamic single-page web apps with Angular that allow user inputs and responds to events
  • Explain how TypeScript allows you to write future JavaScript today
  • Understand and use Angular components, one-way and two-way binding, property binding, expressions
  • Employ Angular Component Router
  • Consume RESTful Ajax services through promises and observables
  • Exchange data with network servers using the Angular HTTP Client
  • Create and work with Angular Forms and form validation
  • Employ best practices for Angular application style and organization

Course breakdown / modules

  • What Angular does for you
  • How it evolved
  • The heart of Angular
  • It’s opinionated!
  • The infrastructure

  • Why the CLI?
  • Installing
  • Scaffolding an app
  • Scaffolding components
  • How to develop with the CLI
  • Using the built-in node server
  • Going to production

  • Components are the heart
  • Properties vs attributes
  • How it all fits together
  • Modules
  • Separation of logic from view
  • The four kinds of bindings
  • How Angular runs
  • Why SPAs?

  • JavaScript versions (es2015, 16, 17 to the present)
  • Why use TypeScript?
  • How TypeScript works behind the scenes
  • TypeScript features needed for Angular
  • Modules, arrow functions, and classes
  • Public/private members
  • Static typing with TypeScript
  • Constructor shorthand
  • Decorators

  • To create a component
  • Interpolation – binding data from the class to the view
  • Template references

  • The 3 methods of styling a component
  • Stylesheets
  • styleUrls vs. styles

  • The 5 different types of directives
  • Attribute directives
  • ngStyle and ngClass
  • The structural directives
  • *ngIf
  • *ngSwitchCase
  • *ngFor

  • How Angular handles SPAs
  • The steps to routing
  • Setting the root of your SPA

  • How to design and code your routes
  • Handline a direct URL
  • Pushing the user to a route via JavaScript
  • Creating well-designed links
  • Reading route parameters
  • Reading queryStrings

  • All the events Angular supports
  • How to wire up the events
    • Handling the event object

  • Two-way binding with ngModel
  • Avoiding the common mistakes
  • Validation with status tokens
  • Error tokens
  • Automatic CSS class settings
    • The case for components
    • The steps to compose
    • Passing data from host to inner
    • The trick to passing data back up
    • Emitting custom events
    • Two-way binding between components

    • Why Angular is the perfect place to handle Ajax and RESTful calls
    • HttpClient and HttpClientModule
    • How to handle the callback with Promises and async/await
    • hat’s in the response object
    • How to unwrap it

    • What is an observable?
    • How they’re different from Promises
    • How to create and process an observable
    • Observables are lazy – why
    • Pipeable (lettable) operators
    • Using them with HTTP and RESTful services

    • Services in Angular (Time Permitting)
    • Dispelling the wrong beliefs about services – What they really are
    • Best practices and patterns
    • How to add services
    • Best placement in your project
    • Writing and using custom services

    • Angular Pipes (Time Permitting)
    • Pipes are like Unix pipes
    • All the built-in Angular pipes
    • How to create custom pipes

    • Modules (Time permitting)
    • Why modules?
    • Shared modules
    • Creating modules
    • What goes in the decorators?