Learning Path: Elasticsearch and AngularJS: IntraWeb Search
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Learning Path: Elasticsearch and AngularJS: IntraWeb Search

Learn how to integrate Elasticsearch in your AngularJS application and boost its scalability and overall performance.
4.5 (4 ratings)
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Created by Packt Publishing
Last updated 5/2017
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  • 4 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Kick-start your application in minutes by scaffolding it entirely with Yeoman
  • All about creating dynamic pages in Angular, specifically but not limited to validation of user data, creating and working with worker threads and AJAX calls, and efficiently handling routing between various pages of the application.
  • The basics of Elasticsearch as well as installing and configuring it.
  • Categorize different types of data automatically with Elasticsearch and manage them effectively.
  • Use the Elasticsearch domain-specific language to create search filters for searching data.
  • Build custom search filters that help you with advanced data search.
  • Get to grips with the best practices for separating out the structure of an AngularJS application into its various components.
  • Add a bit more to your search server by applying relevancy tuning and addressing security concerns.
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Requirements
  • A basic knowledge of JavaScript and HTML is required. Also, some familiarity with HTTP methods would be needed.
Description

Always wanted to make your AngularJS app more scalable and fast? Thinking of ways to power insanely fast data discovery within your app? Think no more, for this Learning Path guides you how to integrate Elasticsearch - the world renowned scalable and fast open-source search server - with your AngularJS app.

Elasticsearch is a search server that also doubles up as a NoSQL data store, and hence provides lightning-fast search functionality within a website. Moreover, you can rapidly scale up a website using Elasticsearch. It is also highly available, meaning that a website would almost never face any downtime or lags, when having an Elasticsearch backend; which is also attributed to its NoSQL nature.

AngularJS is a web framework powered by Google, that has revolutionized web development over the past few years. With its advanced and unique 2-way data binding between the data and the UI, strong template-building solutions, code reuse features, allowing the creation of custom DOM elements whenever needed, AngularJS can indeed be said to be the framework of the future.

Elasticsearch and AngularJS: IntraWeb Search is Packt’s Video Learning Path that is a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.

Firstly, we would be looking at getting started with AngularJS. We will be looking forward to developing a strong foundation in AngularJS by learning the basics, and then moving on to topics such as controllers, templates, routing, and services.

Next, we would be studying about Elasticsearch right from the basics, so that our concepts are built well. Moving on, we would be learning about how to create queries to enable searching data in an Elasticsearch data store. Finally, we would be looking in detail at integrating Elasticsearch with an AngularJS application, and improving the search features by tweaking various configurations, so as to boost the overall efficiency and scalability.

By the end of this course , you will have developed a strong foundation in Elasticsearch and understood the basics of AngularJS well enough to integrate Elasticsearch with an AngularJS application environment and improve its performance drastically.

The goal of this course is to teach you to integrate Elasticsearch with an AngularJS-based app and improve the overall performance and scalability of your application.

This course is authored by some of the best in the field.

Daniel Beach is a search architect, specializing in client-side application development.

He works at OpenSource Connections where he has built search applications for organizations ranging from publishers to government agencies.

Mathieu Chauvinc is a Managing Director at Red Ape Solutions. He has been involved in web technologies for over a decade, from Django, Node.js, Go, SQL, NoSQL, Mootools, and Angular 2. He has also studied in Karlsruhe University, Germany. He has authored several video courses, such as ‘Learning JavaScript Promises’ and ‘Introducing Ionic 2’.

Who is the target audience?
  • Any web developer interested in learning or getting started with AngularJS, Elasticsearch, or both, or simply searching for a robust search solution within an AngularJS app.
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Curriculum For This Course
44 Lectures
04:01:06
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Introducing AngularJS
23 Lectures 02:08:03
Introduction to the course and description of sections
Preview 02:57

How to make an existing web page into an Angular application
"Angularizing" Your Existing Web Page
02:30

How to start an Angular application by bootstrapping from a seed project or by scaffolding using Yeoman
Bootstrapping an Angular Application
03:36

How to define a controller constructor function
Preview 04:10

How to display data programmatically from JavaScript to the HTML template
Displaying Data Dynamically
03:16

How to repeat a snippet of HTML for an entire list of items

Repeating Content for All Items in a List
03:19

Explain the link between the DOM markup and the scope of influence of a controller
Area of Influence of a Controller
05:32

Declare parts of the template that require user input and user interactions to be bound to the programmatic side
Preview 05:58

Declare the corresponding actions and objects on the controller to match what is declared in the template

Creating Corresponding Controller Logic
06:50

Show how every ng-model has its corresponding value available on $scope

Reading Data from the Template
06:43

Show how logic can be used to show or hide parts of the template

Conditionally Showing/Hiding Elements
07:06

Although we used Yeoman until now, we deleted the ng-view div to simplify things. We will now use a fully generated Yeoman project, including ng-view, the .config runtime, and $routeProvider.
Preview 07:03

The files and code required for creating a new route, and how Yeoman can take care of that for us.

Creating New Routes
05:14

Some routes are generic, such as /movies, but some need to include a parameter, such as /movie/3, where 3 is the ID.

Routing with Parameter
05:16

Links are needed to direct to each route. This can be achieved with simple ng-href directives or with the $location service.

Creating Links
07:02

Users will learn to make calls in the background to a server side API.
Preview 05:59

Users will learn what is given to them as arguments on success and error callbacks, and how to use it.
Handling Responses via Success and Error Callbacks
04:52

Often, requests point to a URL that either requires query parameters, or needs to use a POST method, with or without a body.
Building GET and POST Requests
07:51

Cross-domain requests are common. JSONP is a way to circumvent CORS issues.
Making Cross-domain Requests Using JSONP
08:52

We will separate the loading of data from the display logic and explain why it is important.
Preview 06:21

Video 5.1 gave the reasons/theory behind the need for services. Here, we will create the service object by using a "factory" function.
Introducing the "factory" Type of Service
05:44

The service has been coded in the previous video. We now need a way to access and time to use it. This will be done via dependency injection.
Injecting Your Own Services
03:57

The main missing feature of the app is data persistence; Movies added don’t get saved. We will implement this feature using localStorage.
Implementing Persistence
07:55
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Building a Search Server with Elasticsearch
21 Lectures 01:53:03
Introduction to the course with an outline.
Preview 01:38

What is Elasticsearch?

Getting Started
03:30

Understand how to install Elasticsearch and know how to configure Elasticsearch clusters if you have to deviate from Elasticsearch defaults.

Installing and Configuring Elasticsearch
05:26

Without data, our Elasticsearch cluster is useless. We will begin ingesting our data while learning about Elasticsearch’s data structures and settings.
Preview 04:02

Take control of how Elasticsearch interprets your data.
Assigning Field Types
05:13

If your content isn’t indexed correctly, it wouldn’t match when you search for it. Deal with that by knowing how to store and analyze your data.
Advanced Ingestion Topics
05:04

Long query string URIs are difficult to create and read after they reach a certain complexity. Elasticsearch’s organized Query DSL is a great way to create ordered search objects.
Preview 06:48

Get an overview of Elasticsearch’s specialized queries so that you can have them in your toolkit.
Specialized Query Types
04:31

Control the score and results from each subquery.
Combining Queries
02:07

In this video, we will start building the basic structure of our search application.
Preview 03:25

In this video, we will walk through on getting results from Elasticsearch and displaying them in a browser
Displaying Results
08:09

To search for specific terms, we need a function that knows how to search. Let’s see how this is done.
Searching
11:34

Showing users why the results have been returned is an important part of searching. We will do so through highlighting.
Preview 03:54

Now, we need to learn how to sort our results with the use of sort controls.
Sorting
04:18

In order to add filters to our search application, we need to first format the return from Elasticsearch similarly to what we did with results.

Aggregations
16:35

Display multiword suggestions for search terms.
Preview 03:33

Display phrases as suggestions for the search terms.
Phrase Suggestions
07:45

Show real-time results, even if a user has not finished typing a full word.
Autocomplete with Results
04:57

Fine-tune your search results to make them more targeted and effective.
Preview 04:43

We will look at a few strategies to deploy your search application.
Deployment
03:21

We will look at how to make sure that your data is secure.
Security
02:30
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