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*Updated to Angular v4 released on March 2017* After reading this book, you are going to be able to:- - Understand the latest features of ES6 JavaScript and TypeScript. - Build an Angular 2 application from scratch using TypeScript and the Angular command line interface. - Write code using the paradigm of reactive programming with RxJS and Observables. - Know how to Unit *Updated to Angular v4 released on March 2017* After reading this book, you are going to be able to:- - Understand the latest features of ES6 JavaScript and TypeScript. - Build an Angular 2 application from scratch using TypeScript and the Angular command line interface. - Write code using the paradigm of reactive programming with RxJS and Observables. - Know how to Unit Test Angular 2 using Jasmine, Karma and the Angular Test Bed The first chapter in the course is a quickstart where you dive straight into writing your first Angular 2 application. We use the web editor plunker so you can get stuck in writing code ASAP. In this quickstart you'll get a 50,000 foot view of the major features of Angular 2. Then chapter by chapter we go much deeper into each of these features. I'll cover the theory for that feature, using plunker as much as possible so you can try out the code yourself in a browser. Then you'll practice what you've learnt with either an online quiz or a set of flash cards. You are going to learn all about:- - Typescript & ES6 Javascript. - Components & Binding - Directives - Dependancy Injection & Services - Angular Modules & Bootstrapping your Angular application. - SPAs & Routing - Angular CLI - Forms - Reactive Programming with RXJs - HTTP - Unit Testing The ideal student is an existing web developer, with some JavaScript knowledge that wants to add Angular 2 to their skill set. Or perhaps you are an existing Angular 1 developer who wants to level up to Angular 2. You do need to be comfortable with at least the ES5 version of JavaScript. We'll be using a UI framework called twitter bootstrap throughout the course but you still must know HTML and some CSS.


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*Updated to Angular v4 released on March 2017* After reading this book, you are going to be able to:- - Understand the latest features of ES6 JavaScript and TypeScript. - Build an Angular 2 application from scratch using TypeScript and the Angular command line interface. - Write code using the paradigm of reactive programming with RxJS and Observables. - Know how to Unit *Updated to Angular v4 released on March 2017* After reading this book, you are going to be able to:- - Understand the latest features of ES6 JavaScript and TypeScript. - Build an Angular 2 application from scratch using TypeScript and the Angular command line interface. - Write code using the paradigm of reactive programming with RxJS and Observables. - Know how to Unit Test Angular 2 using Jasmine, Karma and the Angular Test Bed The first chapter in the course is a quickstart where you dive straight into writing your first Angular 2 application. We use the web editor plunker so you can get stuck in writing code ASAP. In this quickstart you'll get a 50,000 foot view of the major features of Angular 2. Then chapter by chapter we go much deeper into each of these features. I'll cover the theory for that feature, using plunker as much as possible so you can try out the code yourself in a browser. Then you'll practice what you've learnt with either an online quiz or a set of flash cards. You are going to learn all about:- - Typescript & ES6 Javascript. - Components & Binding - Directives - Dependancy Injection & Services - Angular Modules & Bootstrapping your Angular application. - SPAs & Routing - Angular CLI - Forms - Reactive Programming with RXJs - HTTP - Unit Testing The ideal student is an existing web developer, with some JavaScript knowledge that wants to add Angular 2 to their skill set. Or perhaps you are an existing Angular 1 developer who wants to level up to Angular 2. You do need to be comfortable with at least the ES5 version of JavaScript. We'll be using a UI framework called twitter bootstrap throughout the course but you still must know HTML and some CSS.

30 review for Angular 4: From Theory To Practice: Build the web applications of tomorrow using the new Angular web framework from Google.

  1. 4 out of 5

    David Dikman

    Thourogh starter Beside capturing the essentials of angular a good basic guide to typescript is also provided. Very good beginners guide to developing front end with angular and typescript.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dumitru

    Very good book. It introduces you to the basic principles and a little beyond. Considering the fact that it is a free book, it is well written and explains things with ease so that it doesn't become tedious. Huge thanks to the author, Asim Hussain. Very good book. It introduces you to the basic principles and a little beyond. Considering the fact that it is a free book, it is well written and explains things with ease so that it doesn't become tedious. Huge thanks to the author, Asim Hussain.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jai Ganesh

    It took many months to complete this book as I was practicing the code along. It will be a great read for a beginner. Major day to day used concepts are covered end to end.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amit Tiwari

    Nice and easy book This is very good books in terms or understanding the basics of Angular. Language and example are the easy to understand.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey L. James

    Good examples Really gives you info in short form with great examples that allow you to hit the ground running. Great find.

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    Cal

    This gives an excellent high level overview of Angular. It's clear the author put a lot of work into this book. This gives an excellent high level overview of Angular. It's clear the author put a lot of work into this book.

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