Learning Angular 2 Directives

  • This video will serve as a comprehensive introduction to Google’s new Angular 2 framework, and will help you get started with building sophisticated and successful Angular 2 components.
  • Angular version one has been around really since 2009, and turned out to be one of the most popular JavaScript front end frameworks.
  • Throughout this course we will demonstrate the various concepts behind creating Angular 2 directives and components, we do this in a full interactive way developing a dashboard application for a potential home automation system.
  • We will decompose a static UI design taken from the Google Material Design Lite website, into proper Angular 2 components, that build a foundation of our Angular application.
  • By the end of the course you should be confident at starting to build your own Angular 2 components, how to develop, test and deploy it into a production environment.

Learn how to build efficient Angular 2 components (component-based directives) with this fast quick-start guide.

@pankajdey: Learning Angular 2 Directives

(bright jingle) – [Narrator] Hi there, my name is Juri Strupflohner, and this is learning angular 2 directives, a video course by Packt Publishing. I’m currently working as a tech lead and architect, where I mostly concentrate on developing rich JavaScript single page applications. I have six plus years of experience in developing such apps with various front end frameworks. For two of those years I’ve been building a large production app with Angular 1.

Currently, I’m closely following the latest development on Angular 2, I publish Angular related articles on my blog and contribute to open source projects. I’m also working on an Angular 2 base application that is going to be released in production very soon. You can find me on Twitter or on my blog at juristr.com. This video will serve as a comprehensive introduction to Google’s new Angular 2 framework, and will help you get started with building sophisticated and successful Angular 2 components. Angular version one has been around really since 2009, and turned out to be one of the most popular JavaScript front end frameworks.

In October 2014, Google announced the development of Angular 2, a total rewrite of the popular framework, with the target of aligning it with the current web standards and to make it even more productive and modern. Throughout this course we will demonstrate the various concepts behind creating Angular 2 directives and components, we do this in a full interactive way developing a dashboard application for a potential home automation system. But before we get into the guts of the framework, we will learn how to set up our development environment. We will also take a look at Typescript and some of the ES2015 language features that might turn out to be quite useful throughout our course.

Finally we will be writing our first Angular 2 component and even learn how to upgrade your existing Angular 1.X application if you should have to do so. We will decompose a static UI design taken from the Google Material Design Lite website, into proper Angular 2 components, that build a foundation of our Angular application. We will also see how to have those components communicate with each other. In section four and five we will learn creating reusable components. We’re going to explore some of the new concepts of Angular 2 by creating a reusable model data component, where over, we will also see how to integrate an external library like D3, this library will be used for creating a nice chart.

Then, we will learn how create a proper setup for bungling mini-fying our Angular 2 code, so that it can be deployed to a production environment. Afterwards, we will explore how to keep our components clean and maintainable, by looking at uni-testing and interim testing strategies. We’ll also discover some good debugging tricks. Finally, in section seven, we are getting a glance about what is possible with Angular 2, we are going to explore Angular 2 on a mobile, with Ionic, by building a small Android and IOS app that renders one of our built Angular 2 components.

And then we will see how you can run Angular even on a server, using Angular 2 Universal. By the end of the course you should be confident at starting to build your own Angular 2 components, how to develop, test and deploy it into a production environment. You don’t have to have any experience at all with Angular 2 or Angular 1 to learn from this course. You should have some knowledge in building JavaScript based front end applications though, to be able to follow along easily. I think we have got a good overview, and are ready to build some cool stuff with the latest cutting edge technology from Google, so let’s get started.

Learning Angular 2 Directives

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