AngularJS Fundamentals and Practice
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This course will not only teach you to program using AngularJS but also how to think in AngularJS and how to architect, design and test a modern web application.
This course is divided into 2 parts.
This is a project based course with 2 parts spanning 29 videos and over 300 minutes of content.
- An approach of understanding AngularJS concepts
- Follow-up with many live coding examples
- A project that covers various components and aspects of AngularJS
- A video dedicated to unit testing using Karma and Jasmine libraries
- Examples using third part libraries including
- Angular UI Bootstrap
- Bootstrap CSS
- Angular Local Storage library
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|Section 1: Introduction to the Course|
Introduction to the CoursePreview
Review of Web Architecture, Web-dev History and Single Page AppsPreview
|Section 2: AngularJS: Basic Concepts|
Introducing Models, Views, Scopes and Controllers
Scope Hierarchies,Multiple Controllers,Controller communication: Cost Calculator
How does AngularJS play with the Browser: Bootstrapping, $digest, $compile, DI
Introduction to Directives: Reusability, Code a directive, Passing data
|Section 3: Understanding Scopes and different kinds of scopes|
Understanding Scopes - I
Understanding Scopes - II
Child Scopes, scopes automatically created by directives (e.g. ng-repeat)
Isolated scopes, Transclusion, binding in different scopes
|Section 4: Programming Directives|
compile, link, template properties
Nested directives, @scope: Programming nested radio button directive
|Section 5: Final Project Kick-off: Setup, Design, Directory Structure|
Project Description and Directory Structure
Project Setup, Third party libraries, directory structure, ng-app
Setup for an SPA: Routes with ng-route and ng-view
|Section 6: Landing Page and Dashboard: Directive/Controller communication|
Bootstrap CSS and Introduction to AngularJS Services
Writing an authentication service, Using LocalStorage with AngularJS
Using templates with ng-include: Logging out
Controller-Directive Communication: Projects Pane Directive
|Section 7: Decoupling Directive/Controller, Callbacks: Writing the Projects Pane Directive|
Separation of Responsibilities in AngularJS, '&' scope
Projects Pane Directive: Adding new projects
AngularJS Checkboxes, $index, $watch: Deleting and Refreshing projects
Communicating between directives, ng-click, ng-if: Project Details Directive
|Section 8: Remote calls with $http Service, Searching with AngularJS Filters, Applying CSS|
$http: Writing the Weather Service, promises
CSS using ng-class and Searching with AngularJS ‘filter’
|Section 9: Unit Testing and Third Party Libraries: Karma, Jasmine, Angular UI Bootstrap|
Angular UI Bootstrap Library
Unit Testing using Karma, Jasmine, angular-mock.js
Conclusion: 3rd Party Plugins, ng-grid, Best Practices and Helpful Resources
I have been writing software and managing technical teams and products for 14 years and during this time I have worked with several programming languages, frameworks and products. I have also worked in 3 startups and a large as well as a mid-size firm.
I currently lead a Django/Python tech. team and work on entrepreneurial projects in my spare time. I have coached several members of my team who not only did not have any prior Django experience but were also new to Python.
I have a BS and MS in Computer Science and have done an MBA. I have also taught several undergrad level classes while being a Masters student.