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Learning AngularJS

A fast, easy and rewarding way to create web applications with AngularJS
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Last updated 10/2014
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What Will I Learn?
By the end of this course you will be an expert in using all the AngularJS tools you need to build web applications that look good, work great and perform fast.
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  • Packt video courses are designed to cover the breadth of the topic in short, hands-on, task-based videos. Each course is divided into short manageable sections, so you can watch the whole thing or jump to the bit you need. The focus is on practical instructions and screencasts showing you how to get the job done. This video is designed for all front end developers who want to build simple and powerful applications using AngularJS. All you will need is a background in JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.
Description

This course will teach you everything you need to know about building scalable and maintainable applications the right way.

You will start with the AngularJS library, templates and controllers, and build the basic structure of a real world application. Then you will see how AngularJS interacts with the server to both read and write data with the help of Yeoman. Thereon you will learn how to use services, factories and modules to improve the modularity of your application before setting up the routing system for your app. Finally you will run your app through unit and integration tests and wrap third party libraries such as Bootstrap, JQuery and D3 in your application.

By the end of this course you will be an expert in using all the AngularJS tools you need to build web applications that look good, work great and perform fast.

About the Author

Jack Herrington is an AngularJS developer who was presented at Google on D3 and AngularJS. He has written six books and hundreds of articles on a wide variety of topics on front and back end.

Who is the target audience?
  • This video is designed for front end developers who want to build applications using AngularJS. A quick revision of your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS skills, and you’ll be ready.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Templates and Controllers
3 Lectures 21:29

How do I get started with AngularJS? It's as easy as adding a JavaScript library to your page.

Getting Started
04:49

What if we want to start with an initial value for textcontrol? For that, we need controllers.

Controllers
05:48

How to manage interactions with other types of inputs? With the use of buttons, combos, and so on.

Preview 10:52
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More Complex Templates
3 Lectures 19:39

How do I use arrays and objects in AngularJS? There are a set of directives to do this.

Data Structures
06:21

Can we better organize our controllers? Using nested controllers, we can.

Nested Controllers
05:12

How do we better organize data in our application? We use nested controllers with eventing.

Shared Data
08:06
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AJAX
5 Lectures 33:01

How do I build single-page AngularJS applications easily? Using Yeoman.

Yeoman
05:47

How do I build a prototype web service? We can do this using middleware in Yeoman.

Web Service
08:24

I need to make basic calls to my web service; how do I do that? You can do that using $http and GET and POST.

Preview 05:37

How do I access the rest of the REST interface? Do this by using more of the $http interface.

Finishing Up HTTP
06:20

Is there a more elegant way to access REST services? Yes, using the $resource system.

Resource
06:53
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Componentization
3 Lectures 23:58

How do I organize my application better? With modules, services, factories, filters, and other AngularJS mechanisms.

Preview 09:19

How do I build reusable web components with AngularJS? The answer is to use directives.

Preview 07:57

How do I port my existing UI components to AngularJS? We use the directive concepts we just learned.

Directives for Real
06:42
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Routing and State
3 Lectures 19:11

How do I build a single-page application in AngularJS? We use routing and the route provider.

Routing Basics
09:57

How can I make it easier and more reliable to load views? We use the resolve method for routes.

Resolve
04:08

How do I know when routes change? By listening to events from the route provider.

Advanced Routing
05:06
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Testing
3 Lectures 23:17

How do I set up unit and end-to-end testing? Through a lengthy process of installing modules and updating configuration files.

Setup
07:07

How do I test the parts and pieces of my application individually? We use unit tests.

Preview 07:34

How do I test my entire application stack? Using end-to-end testing.

End-to-End Testing
08:36
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Third-party Libraries
3 Lectures 26:49

How do I cleanly wrap Bootstrap components? With custom directives.

Bootstrap
08:21

How do I cleanly wrap D3 components? With custom directives.

D3
10:00

How do I cleanly wrap jQuery components? With custom directives.

jQuery
08:28
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Advanced Concepts
4 Lectures 30:13

How can I integrate better with Bootstrap? Using directives.

Bootstrap(Advanced)
09:35

How do I internationalize my app? Using a translation library.

Preview 04:53

How do I validate my forms? Using validation directives.

Validation
08:50

Where do I go next with AngularJS? Contribute to the community, keep up with JavaScript, designing, and programming.

Conclusion
06:55
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