AngularJS Single Page App in 1 Hour
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BONUS: Now with HTML5 localStorage API, you can save and load your questions/answers locally to your browser!
This is a crash course to get you up to speed quickly on how to use AngularJS and its basics. Therefore it is priced accordingly and is not as comprehensive as the other 6-hour courses for over $99+
By the end of this course you will have completed a customizable working AngularJS application. I cover all the essentials of AngularJS.
I read and studied a lot to prepare this course, but let me warn you, it's fast-paced. Since it's on video, you can pause it and rewind, but if it were to be slow-paced, you wouldn't want to fast-forward possibly skipping some server-saving code.
You will learn all the goodies and "magic" brought to you by the creator Miško Hevery. Seriously, he has permanently changed how web apps are created, let's just call it a "paradigm shift" as a philosopher would call it.
By the end of this course you'll know if AngularJS is for you.
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|Section 1: Quick Start|
Link to angular.js http://docs.angularjs.org
Link to the boilerplate code http://jsfiddle.net/RunAstartup/4YspT/
Link to LAMP https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LAMP_(software_bundle)
Link to node http://nodejs.org
|Section 2: Getting the App Working|
Creating a Controller for an Interactive List
Creating a Factory Service for Data and Dependency Injection
|Section 3: User Interaction|
Working with Input Validation and Style Classes
Creating a Counter for the ng-model for the Play Page
Using $watch to Check Input Answers
|Section 4: Animating Elements the Angular Way|
The ngAnimate Module and Animating with ng-class and CSS3
|Section 5: BONUS - Saving using HTML5 Local Storage|
Minor Refactoring and RevisionsPreview
Creating methods using the HTML5 localStorage API
Finalizing the LocalStorage Methods for AngularJS
|Section 6: Summary|
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Tom Rutka is a web developer specializing in improving usability, performance, click-through conversions, and optimization. He also likes the psychology behind human computer interaction. His past work includes a/b testing scripts, government clients such as the Department of State, USPS, American Institute for Research, Southern Command. Tom has also participated in startups having developed while traveling globally. He made a tourist scheduler while in Brazil and a social directory for dance.