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January 12, 2015

What Developers are Saying About: AngularJS Line of Business Applications

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Developers interested in building great business applications with AngularJS are finding the Pluralsight course: AngularJS Line of Business Applications to be just what they need.

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Here are some of the comments in the discussion section for the course:

You’ve built a complete application, which is awesome!

Excellent course. One of the best ones I have ever seen.

Deborah, this is by far the best Angular.js course I’ve seen in the last two years. And believe me, I watch them all. But somehow you’ve managed to explain it so well that I really feel like I can finally make my own applications!

Great course, wish I would of started with it 🙂

Deborah, you speak human language. I loved your style of teaching!

Thanks for the great course! I really appreciated the systematic reinforcement of software engineering best practices that never fell by the wayside, even while building a demo app.

One of the best course on AngularJS at intermediates level. What i liked the most is the pace & clarity on each of the topic covered. I would highly recommend this course.


This course covers the following topics:

  • Introduction
  • Building the First Page
  • Accessing Data
  • Routing to Multiple Views
  • Building Data Entry Forms
  • Validating Forms
  • Defining Business Logic in an Angular Service
  • Visualizing Data With Charts
  • Exception Handling
  • Final Words



  1.   John Kelleher — April 26, 2015 @ 1:39 pm    Reply

    Thanks Deborah for a great course. Great to hear a woman’s voice for a change! – though Julie Lerman does a great job with Entity Framework. Half way through your latest and yes OData is a revelation. Now my MEAN stack is extending to include OData. Just back from an Azure conf and itching to bring that into the mix too. Again, keep them coming!

    •   deborahk — June 25, 2015 @ 9:19 am    Reply

      Thank you John!

  2.   Corne — November 25, 2015 @ 2:48 am    Reply

    ar Debora,

    I love your course! great work.

    I have a little problem. I have followed with easily and effectively, but for some reason my routing does not work. It is the very first route we set up:

    I have been through my code many times, and simply cannot find the problem. May I ask that you through your eyes over my project? I am really looking forward to finishing the course.

    Thank you in advance!

    Link too my DropBox files:

    •   deborahk — January 21, 2016 @ 3:39 pm    Reply

      Sorry I missed your message! Were you able to resolve your issue?

    •   Mahesh — March 25, 2017 @ 6:04 pm    Reply

      Thank you, Corne
      Your dropbox code is really helpful to me and finally working fine after changing poductListView.html to productListView.html

  3.   Anthony Price — October 18, 2016 @ 8:01 am    Reply

    Hi. I am a big fan of your work. I made the updated change and I still keep getting this error.
    Cannot read property ‘toLocaleLowerCase’ of undefined
    Not sure why.

    •   deborahk — October 19, 2016 @ 9:17 am    Reply

      Could you provide more information? Are you referring to this course on “Angular Line of Business Applications”? or my newest course “Angular 2: Getting Started”?

  4.   Darryl Hahn — March 3, 2017 @ 8:13 am    Reply

    Could you please post the start and final source code to your excellent class:
    AngularJS Line of Business Applications
    to your page:


  5.   Mahesh — March 25, 2017 @ 5:36 pm    Reply

    Hi Deborah,
    I have recently started “AngularJS Line of Business Applications” in Pluralsight. I am facing a lot of issues related to versions and routing. I have been stuck in video-1 of Router Module Part-1 for almost a day. I am still trying with all my effort. I just don’t want to give up on the course. I would appreciate your help if you could upload files including libraries, to your GitHub. The course is most engaging but these bugs are frustrating. Please please please help me…….!

    Thank you.


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