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October 18, 2016

Angular 2: Getting Started Course Update

This post identifies the changes to the “Angular 2: Getting Started” Pluralsight course from its first release on April 1st, 2016 to its update October 18th, 2016. Angular 2 first appeared around June of 2015 as alpha.27. The first beta release of Angular 2 was December 12, 2015, a great time to start on an […]

October 17, 2016

“Angular Reactive Forms” Problem Solver

This blog post supports the sample code for the “Angular: Reactive Forms” course on Pluralsight, identifying common issues along with their solutions. [No common issues have been identified]

May 27, 2016

Angular 2: Filtering a List Using a Computed Property and ngModelChanged

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In my Pluralsight course: “Angular 2: Getting Started”, I demonstrate how to filter a list of products for display using a custom pipe. However, using a custom pipe does not provide easy access to the filtered result. For example, say you also want the count of the filtered list so you can display “5 of […]

Angular 2: Filtering a List Using a Computed Property and Events

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In my Pluralsight course: “Angular 2: Getting Started”, I demonstrate how to filter a list of products for display using a custom pipe. However, using a custom pipe does not provide easy access to the filtered result. For example, say you also want the count of the filtered list so you can display “5 of […]

May 11, 2016

Angular 2: Getting Started with Visual Studio 2015 using a Web Site

My “Angular 2: Getting Started” course on Pluralsight details how to get started with Angular 2. To provide guidance that works on any platform (Windows, OS X, and Linux), the course uses Visual Studio Code as the editor. However, there are many developers that prefer to use Angular 2 with Visual Studio 2015. The biggest […]

April 28, 2016

Angular 2: Getting Started With Visual Studio 2015

My “Angular 2: Getting Started” course on Pluralsight details how to get started with Angular 2. To provide guidance that works on any platform (Windows, OS X, and Linux), the course uses Visual Studio Code as the editor. However, there are many developers that prefer to use Angular 2 with Visual Studio 2015. The biggest […]

April 4, 2016

“Angular: Getting Started” Problem Solver

This blog post supports the sample code for the “Angular: Getting Started” course on Pluralsight, identifying common issues along with their solutions. Revision History August 14, 2019 – This course was updated for v8 as documented here. November 8, 2018 – This course was updated for v7 as documented here. July 11, 2018 – This […]

Why Angular? Why Angular 2?

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Why Angular and not some other JavaScript framework? (And there are lots of JavaScript frameworks out there!) · Angular makes our HTML more expressive. It powers up our HTML with features such as if conditions, for loops and local variables. · Angular has powerful data binding. We can easily display fields from our data model, […]

Angular 2: Getting Started

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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. The course covers the following topics: […]

September 4, 2015

Use TypeScript to Prepare for Angular 2

If you are developing now in Angular 1.x with an eye toward Angular 2, the best thing you can do is to write your Angular code with TypeScript. Angular 1.x code you write in TypeScript today will look very similar to code you will write in Angular 2 tomorrow (not literally tomorrow!). At a recent […]

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