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Course Name : AngularJS JumpStart with Dan Wahlin

$30.00

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Course Description

Course Description** Updated with new articles about getting started building custom Angular directives! All code samples provided in the course are updated to the latest 1.5 version of Angular and all concepts covered are completely valid for 1.5. **Please note that this course coversversion 1.xof AngularJS.There are many Angular courses on the Web now. Which one should you take? If you're looking to quickly grasp thecore concepts of Angular 1withhands-on examplesand want to learn from a developer/instructor with over 15 years of experience who has also been awarded theAngularGoogle Developer Expert(GDE) award from Google then this is the course for you! Dan also created the popularAngularJS in 60-ish Minutesvideo on YouTube (over 1.2 million views) so if you enjoyed that then you'll love this course!AngularJS is a powerful JavaScript framework that can be used to buildSingle Page Applications(SPAs) that run in the browser. By the time you're done with this course you'll understand how AngularJS can be used tobuild applications. This includes learning how to buildcustom controllers and re-useable services, how tobind data into views, howroutingworks, and also howcustom animationscan be used to add polish to your apps. The course even includes bonus sections on getting startedbuilding custom directives! This is ahands-on coursethat you can follow along with and learn by doing.-----------------------------------AngularJS continues to trend upward in the number of available jobs (which typically pay quite well) and the number of applications being built. So what is AngularJS and why is it so popular? And more importantly - why should take the time to learn it?In a nutshell, AngularJS is a robust Single Page Application (SPA) framework that can be used to build dynamic, client-centric applications that can run in desktop browsers as well as on phones and tablets. You can use AngularJS to build multi-screen applications that perform much like a desktop application but can be viewed and interacted with using a normal browser.In this course by Google Developer Expert (GDE) Dan Wahlin you'll learn essential concepts that you need to know to get started building AngularJS applications such as controllers, scope, views, routes, factories, services and more. The course provides step-by-step walk-throughs and coding demos that you're encouraged to code along with to enhance the learning process. By the end of the course you'll understand how all of the AngularJS pieces fit together and be able to apply this knowledge to building your own custom Web applications.The AngularJS JumpStart course is broken down into 6 modules (with additional bonus modules included) with each module providing source code so that you can follow along if you'd like.AngularJS - The Big PictureViews, Directives and FiltersControllers, Scope and ModulesRoutingServices and FactoriesAnimationBonus: Getting Started Building Custom DirectivesBonus: Shared Scope, Isolate Scope, the link() FunctionBonus: Articles on Building Custom AngularJS DirectivesBy the end of the course you'll have walked through of all of the key components in AngularJS and built a working Single Page Application. If you're looking to "jumpstart" your AngularJS knowledge look no further than this course. It's a great technology to know and add to your resume!

What am I going to get from this course?

Learn the benefits of Single Page ApplicationsLearn and be able to explain the key components in AngularStay up-to-date on Angular with Google Developer Expert (GDE) Dan WahlinTeach HTML New Tricks with DirectivesBuild Controllers and Bind Data to ViewsUse $scope for Data BindingUnderstand the importance of two-way data bindingUnderstand the Role of ModulesLearn what routing is and why it's so important in Angular appsUnderstand how to use Factories and ServicesLearn how to "Jazz" up your SPAs with Animations

What are the requirements?

Any text editor can be used to follow along and build AngularJS code.

What is the target audience?

Web developers with existing experience working with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Instructor Biography

Dan Wahlin

Developer, Google GDE and Microsoft MVP