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April 4, 2016

Angular 2: Getting Started

Filed under: Angular,JavaScript @ 10:43 am
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Whether you are new to Angular or new to Angular 2, you’re going to want to come up to speed quickly with Angular 2’s components, templates, and services. My latest Pluralsight course “Angular 2: Getting Started” provides the basics you need to get started building an Angular 2 application.

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The course covers the following topics:

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o We start with first things first. We’ll select a language and editor to use. Then walk through how to set up an Angular 2 application.

o Next we’ll dive into components. We’ll build the App component using a simple template and minimal component code and metadata. Here the focus is on the code including the what, why, and how.

o We’ll see how to build the user interface for our application using templates, interpolation, and directives.

o We’ll power up that user interface with data binding and nicely format our data with pipes.

o Next we’ll tackle some additional component techniques. We’ll define interfaces, encapsulate styles, and leverage lifecycle hooks to build better components.

o We’ll see how to build a component designed to be nested within other components. And how to communicate between the nested component and its container.

o We often have logic or data that is needed across components. We’ll learn how to build services specifically for this purpose and use dependency injection to inject those services into the components that need them.

o Most Web applications need to communicate with a back-end server to get or post data and to execute back-end business logic. In this module, we’ll leverage http and observables to retrieve the data for our application.

o Our sample application displays multiple views. We’ll see how to set up routing to navigate between those views.

We’re covering a lot of territory. And by the end of our journey, we’ll have a simple, but fully operational Angular 2 application that you can use as a reference for your own development.

Enjoy!

1 Comment

  1.   ahmed — October 10, 2016 @ 2:04 pm    Reply

    Very thank you…

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