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Learning Path : Production Angular

Learning Path : Production Angular

This Learning Path takes you an accelerated journey through Angular 1 so that you can tackle whatever application you might need to maintain or improve without having to dive into a complete refactor.


Build and ship with the first version of AngularJS

Not everybody has the luxury of upgrading to Angular 2 right off the bat. This Learning Path takes you an accelerated journey through Angular 1 so that you can tackle whatever application you might need to maintain or improve without having to dive into a complete refactor.

About the Authors

Mathieu Chauvinc

Mathieu Chauvinc is a Managing Director at Red Ape Solutions, where he aspires to keep the company at the bleeding edge of web technologies. On a daily basis, he leads the tech team of 15 and collaborates with them in building complex single page applications and neat hybrid mobile apps. He has been involved in web technologies for over a decade, from Django to Node.js and Go, SQL to NoSQL, Mootools to Angular 2, continuously trying to keep the right balance between the excitement of new frameworks and the stability of proven ones. He always has a special place in his heart for Python and Django.
He holds a Master’s in Engineering from the German University Karlsruhe and a Master’s in Engineering from the French ENSAM (Paris). Despite an engineering background, he has always had a passion for knowledge sharing, which has followed him until today, and he regularly conducts corporate or free training sessions on various IT topics in his country of residence, Malaysia.
He is also the author of several video courses, published by Packt, such as Learning JavaScript Promises and Introducing Ionic 2. He has recently enjoyed the chance of reviewing courses for Packt.
Simeon Cheeseman

Simeon Cheeseman is a JavaScript developer primarily focussed on AngularJS and NodeJS. He started off his career coding Coldfusion HTML pages before teaching himself AngularJS and later NodeJS as they started getting traction. He has been employed building a variety of web-based applications from content management systems, phone bill re-rating programs, customer resource management, and billings systems. He is currently heavily involved in several open source AngularJS projects and when he has the time, he helps out on StackOverflow and Wizperts.
Leon Revill

Leon Revill has over three years of commercial AngularJS development experience and is currently working as a Mobile Architect building complex mobile platform applications using AngularJS and other modern web technologies. As an AngularJS mentor at Thinkful, he tutors students all around the world, taking them from AngularJS novices to ninjas in just a few months.
Leon is also interested in writing free articles and tutorials covering a wide range of web development topics via his blog
John Munsch

John Munsch is a professional software developer with over 29 years of experience. For the last three years, he's been leading a team building modern web app front ends with AngularJS after a couple of years spent doing the same kind of work with Backbone.js, Underscore.js, and Handlebars.js. He's definitely enjoying a life filled with JavaScript, AngularJS, and Node.js after more than 20 years spent in the Java, C++, and C world.
Prior to this course, he developed a video course called Learning AngularJS Directives, also for Packt Publishing.
Thomas Tuts

Thomas Tuts is a web developer who is completely in love with JavaScript, HTML, build systems, and AngularJS. He gets a great sense of joy when he’s helping people out with their code or mentoring them. He is an active AngularJS community member on the #angularjs IRC channel, usually hanging out to help people when he can. He is currently working as a Software Engineer, developing an application for content marketers to increase their performance.
Basic knowledge
Requires a working knowledge of JavaScript

Course Information

Requires a working knowledge of JavaScript

Kick-start your application in minutes by scaffolding it entirely with Yeoman
Build a dynamic page and render lists of items in one line of code
Program Reactions on user-interactions such as clicks, selection change, blur, and more
Easily validate data present in forms, from simple required fields to complex custom form validation
Efficiently handle routing between different pages of an application
Load data from external sources in the background by using AJAX calls with Angular
Master the use of performing actions asynchronously by creating worker threads
Explore the documentation for AngularJS and Bootstrap
Navigate through the basic steps to get going with AngularJS and Bootstrap
Use AngularJS and Bootstrap to validate and display feedback on forms
Display multiple views without needing to refresh the page
Implement AngularJS’ AJAX POST and GET functions to send and receive data
Excel at one way and two way bindings to display and store data from the user
Display repeating data dynamically
Create filters to format data according to your expectations
Utilize third-party modules to improve the look and feel of your application
Build a richly-featured application with dynamic functionalities and a stunning UI
Employ project scaffolding and use naming conventions in an optimal way
Gain best practices to perform various tasks such as creating controllers to work with scopes and implement services
Configure and implement routing to create content-specific URLs for your application
Persist user data with local storage
Understand how to write components using directives to build reusable features for your application
Make use of various AngularUI Bootstrap features such as pagination, ratings, and auto-suggest to enhance the application
Implement attractive web forms with validation to secure your AngularJS projects
Solve common AngularJS issues such as two-way binding issues and slow-loading images
Create a directive to replace ng-include and make code more efficient
Implement isolate scope in the coding to build reusable directives
Understand the difference between various scope bindings to make flexible directives
Establish the communication between directives and the app by binding them with functions
Discover and apply the concept of transclusion to make better directives
Learn how to specifically use a directive as an element or attribute
Explore and use the different functions available for directives
Connect directives to create powerful sets which work together
Test your code with Karma to automate the testing process
Use JSHint to lint your code and adhere to best practices
Explore Gulp to serve a BrowserSync server and compile your SASS files
Leverage localStorage to add a basic form of persistence to your application
Prepare the AngularJS code for minification
Optimize CSS and JS assets for production
Add monitoring tools to your application to track possible application errors
Deploy the application to Heroku

If you've built an application with Angular 1.x and need direction on how to efficiently migrate that application across to Angular 2, then this Learning Path is for you. If you've spent time with TypeScript and know how things work on a basic level, this Learning Path will allow you to graduate to a level of mastery. Anyone looking to get started with app development can also use the introduction to Ionic 2 section to get their feet wet with hybrid app development.

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