Angular for Beginners Course (includes FREE E-Book)
There is a lot to learn about the Angular framework, which can be a bit daunting especially for beginners. But the good news is that there are some parts of the framework that are used much more often than others. In fact, in Angular you will be using 10% of its features maybe 90% of the time!
If you are going to learn Angular, why not focus first on the features that you will be using all of the time, and leave the more advanced parts for later in your learning process?
This course is a beginner-friendly introduction to the Angular framework. In this course, we are going to start by setting up your development environment, and we will use the Angular CLI to quickly scaffold a small Angular project from scratch.
Using this initial playground, we are then going to answer some of the most common Angular questions:
Why Angular, what are its main advantages and key features? We will answer this by demonstrating how the change detection mechanism works, and introduce some of the Angular template syntax.
We will then cover the most commonly used parts of the Angular framework that you are going to be using all the time: Components, Pipes, Services and Core directives, among others.
Table of Contents
This course covers the following topics:
Custom components with @Component
Components @Input and @Output, event Emitters
@Injectable and Custom Services
HTTP Client - GET POST PUT DELETE
What Will You Learn In this Course?
This course will give you a practical hands-on introduction to the Angular framework. After taking this course you will feel very comfortable navigating the code of an existing Angular application and finding your way around, and you will know how to build your own custom components.
- Developers looking to get started quickly in the Angular framework
- Developers looking to learn first the most commonly used parts of Angular
- Angular for Beginners - Helicopter View04:19
- Recommended Software Versions00:14
- Course Kickoff - Development Environment Setup05:53
- The Typescript Jumpstart Ebook03:20
- Introduction To Angular - Custom HTML Elements, Model vs View08:54
- Why Angular? Learn the Key Features of Angular Core11:36
- New Section - Angular Components and Core Directives03:59
- Building our First Angular Component05:42
- Component Inputs and the @Input Decorator09:42
- Angular Component @Output - Custom Events and Event Emitters09:53
- The Angular ngFor Core Directive10:09
- Angular ngIf Directive and the Elvis Operator09:00
- Angular ngClass Core Directive - Learn All Features09:07
- Angular ngStyle Core Directive - When to use it and Why06:29
- Angular ngSwitch Core Directive In Detail04:16
- 15 Angular Built-In Pipes - Complete Catalog11:17
- Angular Injectable Services - New Section Introduction04:00
- The Angular HTTP Client - GET calls with Request Parameters06:01
- The Async Pipe - a Better way of passing Observable data to the View04:08
- Angular Custom Services - The Injectable Decorator05:39
- Angular Custom Service - Fetching Data04:10
- Angular Custom Service - Data Modification with an HTTP PUT07:00
- Other Courses04:35
About the Angular University:
The Angular University aims to be the one place that you go in order to learn and keep up with the whole Angular ecosystem. We provide premium quality video tutorials, screencast style.
No matter if you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced in Angular, we have several courses for you.
About the course instructor:
Hello, my name is Vasco and I'm a Software Developer with 17 years of experience, very seasoned building user interfaces with Angular. I've worked as a Frontend Developer/Architect in a large variety of enterprise projects throughout the years.
I worked on a ton of projects, everything from single page applications to help build the European Criminal Record Information Exchange System, to brand new e-banking portals, to corporate banking portals, and more. I've been a key part of internal framework teams that built frameworks for in-house departments of tens of developers.
I also love to teach, write and talk about technology. I am looking forward to be your Angular instructor,