Starting with Angular 5

Category
Web Development
Level
Beginner
Lessons
56
Duration
3h 31m 56s
Last Updated: 2018-12-13
We will begin this with a brief overview of Angular and its functions, architecture, and application. We will then go into angular components, including how to create a components project and how to work with them. We will also go over routing, where will will show you how to create a routing project and do some routing.

Next, we will discuss angular services, with topics such as how to create a services project, how to build services, ways to wire services up, accessing services, service-enabled components, and how to finalize our services implementation. We will then dive into Angular modules by first defining them and then outlining how to refactor modules.

We will then dive into styling Angular, which will show you how to integrate the module and style components. We will define directives and pipes before moving into Angular forms. Here, we will discuss types of forms, the Angular Forms Module, implementing reactive forms, and styling reactive forms.

We will conclude the course by outlining what you have learned and provide suggestions on what to do with your newly acquired knowledge.
Category
Web Development
Level
Beginner
Lessons
56
Duration
3h 31m 56s
Starting with Angular 5 - Module 01 - Angular 5 Update
Starting with Angular 5 - Module 02 - Let's Get Started
Starting with Angular 5 - Module 03 - Angular Components
Starting with Angular 5 - Module 04 - Angular Routing
Starting with Angular 5 - Module 06 - Angular Modules
Starting with Angular 5 - Module 07 - Styling Angular
Starting with Angular 5 - Module 08 - Directives and Pipes
Starting with Angular 5 - Module 10 - Course Conclusion
Brett Hooper
I'm a software engineer and entrepreneur who has started several businesses, with Bitesize Business School being the latest. There, I write about applying business principles to the real world and solving technology issues that every online business faces. The first business I created, Cygen, was a web design consulting business. While there, I also created my first product which was a chatroom web application that was Javascript based.

I've written desktop applications in many languages, including Delphi, C#, and winforms/WPF. I've also built ASP.NET web forms and MVC-based applications. When the iOS SDK was first introduced, I bought a Macbook and began building apps for the iPhone. I currently have seven apps in the iTunes App Store.
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