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AngularJS 2.0
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Angular JS 2.0 Training

  • Intensive, Instructor led online classroom sessions
  • 20 Hours of immersive Hands-on training sessions
  • Learn through examples, how to build RIA using Angular JS 2.0
  • Learn from Industry Experts
  • Build complex web application
  • Learn from the comfort of your home
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USD 1099 USD 990 Select Date & Enroll

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Description:

AngularJS 2.0 is a solution for rapid front-end development. It is easy to grasp and enables one to develop robust applications for projects of any scale. Part of its popularity is its ability to make static Web pages more dynamic thus allowing web designers to add more tools. Organizations are seeing the benefits of adopting Angular js and this has increased the demand for Angular experts.

We understand this and hence have designed the Angular JS 2.0 with TypeScript course that will allow you to grasp all the fundamentals of this Angular framework developed by Google. ‘Single Page Apps’ (SPAs) are extremely popular and you will receive practical knowledge and hands on experience needed to develop these complex applications using Angular JS 2.0 with TypeScript.  TypeScript, as the name suggests, is a superset of JavaScript, but is more advanced and allows for easier code fixing and is most suited for large projects due to its Type safety and declarative code features. In this course, you will start from the basics of Angular Js such as Forms, Pipes, and CSS Styling and move on to more complex fundamentals of Routing, Directives, Multi-threaded Web and exercises on how to build end-to-end, working applications.

Here’s what you will learn!

  • Thoroughly grasp the basics of AngularJS 2.0, versions, tools, data binding and filtering and lead web-development projects in your organization
  • Understand about Single Page Apps, Forms, Angular 2.0 Binding and Events, Pipes, CSS Styling Dependency Injection and Routing
  • Learn how to load and post data to remove servers and extend it all by writing directives, filters etc
  • Use your knowledge to complete an application, implement network access, and test the app

Prerequisites:

Participants should be familiar with:

  • Basic Knowledge of  HTML and JavaScript
  • Knowledge of CSS and some programming experience is desired

Highlights

Instructor Led Online Classes

Live interactive training from expert faculty, access the class from anywhere.

Learn by doing

Cement your learning through hands-on assignments where you will be mentored.

Flexible Schedule

Convenient weekday and weekend batches, making it easy to attend.

Money Back Guarantee

Not happy? Opt out within one day, and get a refund!

Your Satisfaction, Assured

At any point in the future, if you want to re-visit a topic that was not clear, you can attend for free in any of the upcoming batches.

Lifetime Access

Get lifetime access to your class recording to refresh your learning at any time in the future.

Curriculum

  • MVC no more
  • New router
  • Component based design pattern
  • Introduction to Type Script
  • Building Blocks
    • Modules
    • Interfaces
    • Class
    • Functions
    • Enum
  • Types
    • Static, Dynamic & Optional Types
    • Inferred Types
    • Builtin Types
    • Custom Types
    • Type Declaration
    • Type Inference
  • Abstractions
    • Defining Interfaces
    • Creating Interface Methods
  • Class
    • Private and Public Scope
    • Defining Members
    • Static Functions
    • Default and Optional Parameters
    • Overloading functions
    • Constructors
    • Implementing Interfaces
    • Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • Introduction to Angular JS
  • How Angular JS is opinionated
  • Difference between Angular JS 1.0 and 2.0
  • Module
  • Component
  • Template
  • Metadata
  • Data Binding
  • Service
  • Directive
  • Dependency Injection
  • Assembling applications using Modules
  • Identifying UI layers for Components
  • Metadata for Components 
  • Interpolation
  • Expressions and Statements
  • Bindings
  • Value Binding
  • Property Binding
  • Event Binding
  • Two way Binding
  • Components
  • Attribute Directives
  • Structural Directives
  • Using the Template Tag
  • Using the "*" in directives
  • Creating Attribute directives
  • Creating Structural directives
  • The Directive Definition Object
  • Isolated Scope
  • Compilation and Linking
  • Creating Components
  • Extending Directives
  • Role of pipes in Angular 2 applications
  • Using built in pipes
  • Chaining Pipes
  • Creating Custom Pipes
  • Configuring the Injector
  • Importing & Exporting Components
  • Importing & Exporting Services
  • Registering Providers
  • Class Providers and Value Providers
  • Factory Providers
  • Building forms using components and Templates
  • Two way binding
  • Change Tracking using ngControl
  • Validation
  • Error Handling
  • Including the Router
  • Configuring the routes
  • Router Outlets and Links
  • Using @RouteConfig Decorator
  • Nested Routes
  • Accessing Route Params
  • Using the http provider
  • Async Programming Using Promises
  • Resolving and Rejecting Promises
  • Configuring the requests
  • Sending Http Headers
  • Caching Responses
  • Request and Response Transformation
  • Using RESTful Resources
  • Using RxJSObjservables
  • Jasmine Overview
  • Writing Tests in Typescript
  • Testing a Class
  • Testing a Pipe
  • Testing a Component
  • Configure Karma to execute Tests
  • Strategies Available
  • Preparation
  • Upgrade Adapter
  • Migrating to TypeScript

faq

What makes Angular2.0 with TypeScript unique is its use of Type Safety, improved tooling support over JavaScript and the fact that it best aligns with future versions ofECMA Script. This allows theapplication to be modularized, making it easier to work with, reuse and test. So, it is perfect for use in large scale projects. Also the fact that Angular2.0 has been developed and is maintained by Google engineers ensures that you have reliable solutions to your problems and a vast open community that can add significantly to your knowledge base.

There are other benefits such as the ease with which it can be written and manipulated making it a popular for choice for web development.

With our course you can ensure a thorough grasp of the fundamentals of Angular 2.0 which will allow you to embark on a bright and successful career.

As of early 2016 Angular is in "beta", but Google has stated that Angular 2.0 is in production on some internal Google projects.

After completing our course, you will be able to:

  • Get a solid understanding of the basics of Angular 2.0 and why and where it is used
  • Learn how Angular uses MVC to build web applications or SPAs
  • Understand about Dependency Injection
  • Understand about modules and their uses
  • Create Custom filters, Custom Directive and Isolate scopes in Directive
  • Learn how to communicate with servers and make your project functional
  • Learn how to test your applications

Angular 2.0 is quite different from Angular JS 1.x and is well-suited for developers who have not used AngularJS 1.x also.

Yes, participants are expected to know HTML and CSS but the class covers aspects of HTML and CSS as needed, in the context of the HTML DOM which Angular manipulates.

Node is touched upon as is its installation but its discussion in-depth is beyond the scope of this class. 

Towards the end of the course, all participants will be required to work on a project to get hands on familiarity with the concepts learnt. You will build a web page with AngularJS2.0 using TypeScript from scratch, with full support from your mentors and also test its functionality. This project, which can also be a live industry project, will be reviewed by our instructors and industry experts. On successful completion, you will be awarded a certificate.

Classes are held on weekends. You can check available schedules and choose the batch timings which are convenient for you.

You may be required to put in 10 to 12 hours of effort every week, including the live class, self study and assignments.

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