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Angular 2 Programming

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Developing Web Applications Using Angular 2

Duration: 5 Days

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Students Will Learn:

  • Using TypeScript and ECMAScript 6 to create components
  • Using directives and components to define UI elements, routes and screens
  • Working effectively with component lifecycle events
  • Injecting dependencies to lessen coupling and increase testability
  • Unit testing Angular 2 applications with Karma and Jasmine
  • Using property binding to link DOM elements with model data
  • Building Single Page Applications using Angular 2
  • Integrating forms with Angular 2
  • Organizing code using modules
  • Communicating with RESTful Web services

Course Description: This hands on programming course provides a thorough introduction to the second major release of the AngularJS JavaScript Framework, Angular 2. Attendees will learn the fundamental skills necessary to build Web Applications using Angular 2 and the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) design pattern. Topics include using TypeScript and ECMAScript 6 to create components, using directives and components to define UI elements, routes and screens, applying dependency injection, designing views/templates, routing, data binding and pipes, applying directives, as well as form integration and validation. Students will also use the Angular 2 services to communicate with RESTful web services and provide CRUD database operations.

Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.

Course Prerequisites: Knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript equivalent to attending the Website Development with HTML5, CSS and Bootstrap and JavaScript Programming courses. Knowledge of jQuery is helpful, but not required.

Overview of Angular 2 and the MVVM Design Pattern
  • Features and Benefits of Angular 2
  • Angular 2 Architecture
  • MVVM Design Pattern Overview
  • Downloading Angular 2
  • Referencing Angular 2 Using a CDN
  • Choosing an IDE
  • Creating a Simple Application with Angular 2
Working with TypeScript
  • TypeScript vs ECMAScript 6
  • TypeScript Basics
  • Types
    • Working with Built-In Types
    • Custom Types
  • Utilities
    • Using Fat Arrow Syntax
    • Template Strings
  • Setting Up and Using Node.js
  • Transpiling TypeScript into JavaScript
  • TypeScript Compiler Configuration
  • TypeScript Declaration Files
  • Installing Typings Files
Angular 2 Modules
  • Using Modules to Create an Application
  • Default Modules
  • Exporting Classes, Functions and Values
  • Limiting Scope
  • Grouping Modules
  • Specifying Module Dependencies
  • Organizing Code Files
  • Module Testing
  • Best Practices
Angular 2 Components
  • Component LifeCycle
  • Component Templates to Define Views
  • Using Decorators to Define MetaData
  • Component Styles
  • Encapsulation
    • ShadowDOM Style Encapsulation
    • View Style Encapsulation
    • No Encapsulation
  • ElementRef and Popups
  • ExportAs
  • Lifecycle Hooks
    • OnInit, OnDestroy, OnChanges, DoCheck
    • AfterContentInit, AfterViewInit
    • AfterContentChecked, AfterViewChecked
  • Change Detection
  • Basic Data Binding
    • One-Way Binding
    • Two-Way Binding
  • Directives
Using Built-In Directives and Filters
  • Overview of Angular 2 Built-In Directives
    • NgIf, NgFor, NgClass, NgStyle, NgSwitch, etc.
  • Building Custom Directives
  • Overview of Angular 2 Built-In Filters
    • Currency, Date, Json, LimitTo, Number, etc.
  • Building Custom Filters
Working with Pipes
  • Built-In Pipes
  • Custom Pipes
  • Adding and Using Parameters
  • Using a Pipe in a Component
  • Data Pipes
Defining and Consuming Services
  • Dependency Injection
  • Registering Providers with the Injector
  • Creating a Service
  • Consuming a Service
  • Mocking a Service
  • Working with Async Services and Promises
The Angular 2 Animation System
  • The Web Animations API
  • States and Transitions
  • Entering and Leaving
  • Animating Properties
  • KeyFrames
  • Parallel Animation Groups
The HTTP Library
  • Callbacks, Promises and Observables
  • Importing the HTTP Module
  • Creating Requests
  • Processing Responses
  • Web API
  • Interacting with a RESTFul Service
    • POST Requests
    • DELETE Requests
    • PUT Requests
    • HEAD Requests
Angular 2 Routing and Navigation
  • Overview of Routing
  • Client-Side vs Server-Side Routing
  • Working with the Component Router
  • Adding Router Imports
  • Performing Router Configuration
  • Using Router State
  • Redirects
  • Location Strategies
  • Routing Parameters
  • Router Lifecycle Events
  • Nesting Routes
Data Binding and Programming Models
  • Interpolation
  • One-Way (Unidirectional) Binding
  • Two-Way Binding
  • Event Binding
  • Observables vs. Promises
  • Working with Observables
  • Dealing with Out of Order Responses
  • Altering Observables with Reactive Extensions (Rx)
  • Reactive Programming Model
  • Organizing Code Using Domain Models
Building and Deploying Applications
  • Developing a Deployment Strategy
  • Picking a Package Manager
  • Using a Module Loader
  • Angular CLI
  • Using Gulp for More Complex Builds
    • Adding Gulp to a Project
  • Managing Dependencies
  • Using Sourcemaps
  • Including Static Libraries and Files
  • Transpiling
  • Linting
  • Handling Static Files
  • Dealing with Internationalization Issues
Bootstrapping
  • Using Modules to Create an Application
  • Bootstrapping and Application with Dependencies
  • Exporting Classes, Functions and Values
  • Best Practices
Forms
  • Template Driven Forms
    • Input and Output Properies
    • Property and Event Binding
    • Interpolation
  • Form Components
  • Using Control and ControlGroup
  • Using the FormBuilder Factory
  • Form State
  • Form Validation
  • NgModel and NgForm Directives
  • Model Driven Forms
  • FormGroup and FormControl Classes
Creating Single Page Applications (SPAs)
  • SPA Characteristics and Advantages
  • SPA Potential Drawbacks
  • Structuring Templates in an SPA
  • Security Challenges and Approaches for Angular 2 SPAs
  • When Not to Use SPA Architecture
Unit Testing and TDD with Angular 2
  • TDD vs End-to-End Testing
  • Jasmine Testing Framework
    • Defining Expectations
  • Running Tests in Karma
  • Using the Angular 2 Unit Test Framework
    • Fulfilling Dependencies
    • Mocking Out Data
    • Creating Testing Fixtures
  • Testing Services and HTTP
  • Using Test-Doubles (Mocks, Stubs and Spies)
  • Testing Components
  • Testing Forms
  • Course materials include student guide, hands-on lab manual and USB flash drive for examples and lab work
  • Students receive a certificate of completion at the end of class
  • Students can retake any portion of a class that has been completed, within 12 months at no extra cost
  • There are no registration fees or cancellation fees

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# Courses Total Cost Cost Per Course % Savings
2 $4,090 $2,045 22%
3 $5,490 $1,830 30%
4 $6,690 $1,672 36%
5 $7,790 $1,558 40%
6 $8,890 $1,482 43%

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