The course Introduction to Angular 2 will introduce you to the latest version of AngularJS, which is a structural framework for developing dynamic web apps, developed and maintained by Google. You will learn about the philosophies of using Angular for development, the new features in Angular 2, and about the core building blocks of an Angular application and how to combine those building blocks to create a web app.
The course begins by introducing you to what client-side templating is, as well as what a single page application is. You will learn about the core philosophies of Angular and the main differences between Angular 1 and Angular 2. You will also learn about TypeScript and what it can offer your development environment.
Next, the course teaches you about the three types of directives in Angular 2, how to create them as well as what they are used for. The course reviews data flow, and you will learn about interpolation and event binding, including how to combine them for 2-way binding. The course also reviews what providers are used for, and how routing works in Angular to create single page applications.
Lastly, you will learn how to combine all the features covered in the course to create a functional web application.
This course will be of great interest to Web developers who would like to learn more about Angular 2 and its new features, and those looking to further their knowledge of modern Web development.
Prerequisites: The learner will need experience in Web site development and experience with JavsaScript. They will need a understanding of the MVC (Model View Controller) and MVVM (Model–View–ViewModel)
Introduction to Angular JS
Having completed this course you will be able to:
- Identify what a single page application is.
- Identify the core philosophies of Angular.
- Recognise the features of typescript. Discuss the process of installing Angular.
- Recognise the main building blocks of an Angular application.
- Identify how to create and use a component, attribute and structural directives.
- Identify what interpolation is used for. Discuss using event binding in Angular 2.
- Explain how routing works in Angular 2.
- Explain the purpose of observables.
- Recognise how to connect the building blocks of Angular.
- Identify how to create a basic task list application.
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