Around 20 recipes to help you become pro in building powerful web apps with Angular 2.
Angular 2 introduces an entirely new paradigm for applications, wholly embracing all the newest concepts that are built into the next generation of browsers and cutting away all the fat and bloat from Angular 1. This course plunges directly into the heart of all the most important Angular 2 concepts. Alongside the Angular 2 content, the course covers the new ES6 syntax, TypeScript conventions, Web Components, and RxJS observables, among many other brand-new concepts. The second volume of this course covers the ES6 implementation of Promises and shows you how to integrate them with Angular 2 applications. Once you’ve built a good foundation for the new concepts of Angular 2 from the previous volume, you’ll work with implementing RxJS observables and understand how to use them effectively. Finally, you’ll learn how to inject dependencies and wrap HTTP APIs with a service.The third volume comprises of HTML, CSS, and JS for a web browser and make it easy to develop the source components of the static file. It will take you through the available testing utilities that are used by the Angular 2 framework. You will explore some of the new features that it builds upon.
- Understand how to best move an Angular 1 application to Angular 2
- Build a solid foundational understanding of the core elements of Angular 2 such as components, forms, and services
- Properly implement applications utilizing advanced topics such as dependency injection
- Find outhow to maximize the performance of Angular 2 applications
- Understand the best ways to take an Angular 2 application from TypeScript in a code editor to a fully-functional application served on your site
- Get to know the best practices when organizing and testing a large Angular 2 application
Prior knowledge of Angular 1 is required.
Who is this course intended for?
|Application Organization and Management|
|The Course Overview||00:00:00|
|Composing package.json for a Minimum Viable Angular 2 Application||00:00:00|
|Configuring TypeScript for a Minimum Viable Angular 2 Application||00:00:00|
|Performing In-Browser Transpilation with SystemJS||00:00:00|
|Composing Application Files for a Minimum Viable Angular 2 Application||00:00:00|
|Migrating the Minimum Viable Angular 2 Application to Webpack Bundling||00:00:00|
|Incorporating shims and polyfills into Webpack||00:00:00|
|HTML Generation with the html-webpack Plugin||00:00:00|
|Setting Up an Application with Angular’s CLI||00:00:00|
|Angular 2 Testing|
|Creating a Minimum Viable Unit Test Suite with Karma, Jasmine, and TypeScript||00:00:00|
|Writing a Minimum Viable Unit Test Suite for a Simple Component||00:00:00|
|Writing a Minimum Viable End-to-End Test Suite for a Simple Application||00:00:00|
|Unit Testing a Synchronous Service||00:00:00|
|Unit Testing a Component with a Service Dependency Using stubs||00:00:00|
|Unit Testing a Component with a Service Dependency Using spies||00:00:00|
|Performance and Advanced Concepts|
|Understanding and Properly Utilizing Enable Prod Mode with Pure and Impure Pipes||00:00:00|
|Working with Zones Outside Angular||00:00:00|
|Listening for ng Zone Events||00:00:00|
|Execution Outside the Angular Zone||00:00:00|
|Configuring Components to Use Explicit Change Detection with OnPush||00:00:00|
|Configuring View Encapsulation for Maximum Efficiency||00:00:00|
|Configuring the Angular 2 Renderer Service to Use Web Workers||00:00:00|
|Configuring Applications to Use Ahead-of-Time Compilation||00:00:00|
|Configuring an Application to Use Lazy Loading||00:00:00|
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