Create a modern REST APIs web app with Angular and Laravel
What you'll learn
- How to create REST API's and communicate with them via Angular
- Best practices when handling data and errors with the help of RxJS, TypeScript and PHP
- Complete a particular fullstack application from conception to completion
- Have a fully functioning CRUD application
- To have basic knowledge of Laravel and Angular
- To have installed VSCODE
Welcome to this Angular and Laravel class.
During the project we will be creating a web application using Typescript as well as PHP.
We will be creating a CRUD (create-read-update-delete) web project.
What You Will Learn:
You will learn modern ways of interacting with REST APIs using Angular as well as several Object Oriented Programming design patterns in practice.
On the Angular part you'll learn how to use: RXJS observables and subjects, tap(), map(), and of() operators, subscriptions, services, dependency injection, sending HTTP requests, importing modules, getting route parameters, proper unsubscribing, using Angular Material components, paginating data.
On the Laravel side we will explore: controllers, models, routes, resources and collections and many others in one modern project.
Why You Should Take This Class:
The class offers good/best practices while writing code.
The topic is important because it shows sample real-life fullstack experience and interactions between front-end and back-end services.
Once understood the concepts, one can add the project to their portfolio, improve their programming skills, or create their own fullstack web solution.
An instructor, mentor and fullstack developer since more than 15 years, I enjoy sharing my knowledge, and create courses striving to clarify and simplify the concepts for the students.
Who This Class is For:
Prior knowledge is required on the basics of functioning of Laravel and Angular. Everything that is needed to do the project will be provided as you follow along the course.
We will be building REST API's using Laravel and then interacting with those APIs with Angular.
You can use VSCODE for the project, and you'll need to have installed NodeJS for the Angular.
For Laravel we will be using Laravel Sail - container approach, that comes with integrated MySQL and PHP containers. You can use any Windows, Mac or Linux based distribution to start the project.
It is preferable to use a local git repository for saving your progress on the project.
Welcome and enjoy!
Who this course is for:
- Intermediate Laravel and Angular developers
- Developers who would like to improve their programming skills exploring the Angular/Laravel stack
From the system administration he is interested in: Linux System Administration, OpenStack, Docker and Kubernetes technologies.