Duration: 3h 28m | Video: 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 708 MBGenre: eLearning | Language: English
Angular allows developers to create beautiful, performant, easily maintainable websites incredibly quickly.
This comprehensive guide to learning Angular highlights the latest features.
The course covers the topics needed to effectively create and manage front-end codebases using Angular, currently one of the most popular front-end jаvascript frameworks.
The approach is hands-on. You start with a basic boilerplate application, and throughout the course, add new functionality to your skill set.
Angular has undergone some substantial changes over the past few years, and this course presents the latest features and best practices.
The companion files for this course can be found athttps://github.com/shaunwa/learn-angular-example-code.
About the Instructor
Shaun Wassell's online courses have more than 300,000 learners, largely because of his passion for development and his focus on helping people apply their programming skills in the real world. He is a life-long programmer and problem-solving addict whose goal is to help people solve meaningful problems by mastering the art of software development.
Bner to Intermediate
What You Will Learn
Developers learn how to
Code a full-scale Angular application
Build and deploy this application so that it can be accessed from anywhere
Communicate effectively with other Angular developers by knowing the fundamental concepts of Angular
Recognize good and bad patterns in Angular code
Who Should Take This Course
Software developers who are familiar with the basics of web-development, such as HTML, CSS, basic jаvascript, and want to increase their effectiveness and make their skills relevant again by learning the modern way of developing websites using Angular.
Secondary audience: developers who have never done any kind of web development before and want to jump into the most advanced technology for doing so.
Learners should know the basics of HTML, CSS, and jаvascript
Should have a strong grasp of basic programming concepts, such as variables, arrays, control flow, and so on