Angular is one of the most popular frameworks for building client apps with HTML, CSS and TypeScript. If you want to establish yourself as a front-end or a full-stack developer, you need to learn Angular.

Angular is an open source framework used very effectively in Frontend Web Application Development. Angular is led by Google and by a community of individuals and corporations.

Newcomer as well as experienced frontend developers interested in learning a modern JavaScript framework
This course is for everyone interested in learning a state-of-the-art frontend JavaScript framework
Taking this course will enable you to be amongst the first to gain a very solid understanding of Angular.

Basic HTML and CSS knowledge helps, but isn’t a must-have
Prior TypeScript knowledge also helps but isn’t necessary to benefit from this course
Basic JavaScript knowledge is required
A desire to learn

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Why Learn Angular?

Angular has become one of the wide spread used web application development framework for its advantages like MVC architecture, less and effective coding and its single page application support. Difference between AngularJS and Angular is that as name specifies, earlier versions of AngularJS uses Javascript while Angular use Typescript.

Developers with Angular skill has more demand in the job market since most of the top notch organizations like Google, Paypal, Nike, Sony etc used Angular Technology.

Angular Course Content

  • Introduction
    What is Angular
  • Architecture of Angular Apps
  • Setting Up the Development Environment
  • Your First Angular App
  • Structure of Angular Projects
  • Webpack
  • Angular Version History
  • Introduction
  • What is TypeScript?
  • Your First Type Script Program
  • Declaring Variables
  • Types
  • Type Assertions
  • Arrow Functions
  • Interfaces
  • Classes
  • Objects
  • Constructors
  • Access Modifiers
  • Access Modifiers in Constructor Parameters
  • Properties
  • Modules
  • Exercise
  • Solution
  • A Problem with the Current Implementation
  • Introduction
  • Building Blocks of Angular Apps
  • Components
  • Generating Components Using Angular CLI
  • Templates
  • Directives
  • Services
  • Dependency Injection
  • Generating Services Using Angular CLI
  • List of Authors
  • Introduction
  • Property Binding
  • Attribute Binding
  • Adding Bootstrap
  • Class Binding
  • Style Binding
  • Event Binding
  • Event Filtering
  • Template Variables
  • Two-way Binding
  • Pipes
  • Custom Pipes
  • Favorite Component
  • Title Casing
  • Introduction
  • Component API
  • Input Properties
  • Aliasing Input Properties
  • Output Properties
  • Passing Event Data
  • Aliasing Output Properties
  • Templates
  • Styles
  • View Encapsulation
  • ngContent
  • ngContainer
  • Introduction
  • ngIf
  • Hidden Property
  • ngSwitchCase
  • ngFor
  • ngFor and Change Detection
  • ngFor and Trackby
  • The Leading Asterisk
  • ngClass
  • ngStyle
  • Safe Traversal Operator
  • Creating Custom Directives
  • Exercise: ZippyComponent
  • Introduction
  • Building a Bootstrap Form
  • Types of Forms
  • ngModel
  • Adding Validation
  • Specific Validation Errors
  • Styling Invalid Input Fields
  • Cleaner Templates
  • ngForm
  • ngModelGroup
  • Control Classes and Directives
  • Disabling the Submit Button
  • Working with Check Boxes
  • Working with Drop-down Lists
  • Working with Radio Buttons
  • Cousre From
  • Introduction
  • Building a Bootstrap Form
  • Creating Controls Programmatically
  • Adding Validation
  • Specific Validation Errors
  • Implementing Custom Validation
  • Asynchronous Operations
  • Asynchronous Validators
  • Showing a Loader Image
  • Validating the Form Input Upon Submit
  • Nested FormGroups
  • FormArray
  • FormBuilder
  • Quick Recap
  • Change Password Form
  • Introduction
  • JSONPlaceHolder
  • Getting Data
  • Creating Data
  • Updating Data
  • Deleting Data
  • OnInit Interface
  • Separation of Concerns
  • Extracting a Service
  • Handling Errors
  • Handling Unexpected Errors
  • Handling Expected Errors
  • Throwing Application-specific Errors
  • Handling Bad Request Errors
  • Importing Observable Operators and Factory Methods
  • Global Error Handling
  • Extracting a Reusable Error Handling Method
  • Extracting a Reusable Data Service
  • The Map Operator
  • Optimistic vs Pessimistic Updates
  • Observables vs Promises
  • GitHub Followers Page
  • Introduction
  • Routing in a Nutshell
  • Configuring Routes
  • RouterOutlet
  • RouterLink
  • RouterLinkActive
  • Getting the Route Parameters
  • Why Route Parameters Are Observables
  • Routes with Multiple Parameters
  • Query Parameters
  • Subscribing to Multiple Observables
  • The SwitchMap Operator
  • Programmatic Navigation
  • Blog Archives
  • Introduction
  • Application Overview
  • Architecture
  • JSON Web Tokens
  • Starter Code
  • Implementing Login
  • Implementing Logout
  • Showing or Hiding Elements
  • Showing or Hiding Elements based on the User’s Role
  • Getting the Current User
  • CanActivate Interface
  • Redirecting Users After Logging In
  • Protecting Routes Based on the User’s Role
  • Accessing Protected API Resources
  • Quick Recap
  • Introduction
  • Preparing for Deployment
  • JIT vs AOT Compilation
  • Angular Compiler in Action
  • Building Applications with Angular CLI
  • Environments
  • Adding Custom Environments
  • Linting with Angular CLI
  • Linting in VSCode
  • Other Deployment Options
  • Deploying to GitHub Pages
  • Deploying to Firebase
  • Heroku
  • Deploying to Heroku
  • Engines
  • Exercise
  • Introduction
  • What is Firebase?
  • Your First Firebase Project
  • Working with Firebase Databases
  • Installing Firebase
  • Reading Lists
  • A Real-time Database
  • Observables and Memory Leaks
  • Unsubscribing from Subscriptions
  • Async Pipe
  • Reading an Object
  • As Keyword
  • Adding an Object
  • Updating an Object
  • Removing an Object
  • Additional Resources
  • Introduction
  • Examples of Animations
  • Different Ways to Create Animations
  • Angular Animations
  • Importing the Animations Module and Polyfills
  • Implementing a Fade-in Animation
  • Implementing a Fade-out Animation
  • States
  • Transitions
  • Animatable Properties
  • Creating Reusable Triggers
  • Build a re-usable slide animation
  • Easings
  • Keyframes
  • Creating Reusable Animations with animation()
  • Parameterizing Reusable Animations
  • Animation Callbacks
  • Querying Child Elements with query()
  • Animating Child Elements with animateChild()
  • Running Parallel Animations with group()
  • Staggering Animations with stagger()
  • Working with Custom States
  • Multi-step Animations
  • Separation of Concerns
  • Introduction
  • What is Angular Material
  • Installing Angular Material
  • Check Boxes
  • Radio Buttons
  • Selects
  • Inputs
  • Text Areas
  • Date Pickers
  • Icons
  • Buttons
  • Chips
  • Progress Spinners
  • Tooltips
  • Tabs
  • Dialogs
  • Passing Data to Dialogs
  • Other Components
  • Creating a Reusable Module
  • Themes
  • SASS
  • Creating a Custom Theme
  • Using Angular Material’s Typography
  • Customizing Typography
  • An Important Note
  • Introduction
  • What is Redux
  • Building Blocks of Redux
  • Pure Functions
  • Installing Redux
  • Working with Actions
  • The Select Decorator
  • Avoiding State Mutation
  • Using Immutable.js
  • Exercise
  • Redux DevTools
  • Calling Backend APIs
  • Refactoring Fat Case Statements
  • Dealing with Complex Domains
  • Introduction
  • What is Automated Testing?
  • Types of Tests
  • Unit Testing Fundamentals
  • Working with Strings and Arrays
  • Set Up and Tear Down
  • Working with Forms
  • Working with Event Emitters
  • Working with Spies
  • Interaction Testing
  • Working with Confirmation Boxes
  • Limitations of Unit Tests
  • Code Coverage
  • Exercises
  • Introduction
  • The Setup
  • Generating the Setup Code
  • Testing Property Bindings
  • Testing Event Bindings
  • Providing Dependencies
  • Getting the Dependencies
  • Providing Stubs
  • Testing the Navigation
  • Dealing with Route Params
  • Testing RouterOutlet Components
  • Shallow Component Tests
  • Testing Attribute Directives
  • Dealing with Asynchronous Operations
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