Level-Up Your Angular 2 Skills From Todd Motto

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Level up development skills by learning Angular 2 from Todd Motto and get into the world of front-end development. Master Angular 2 in 306 minutes covering 59
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Ultimate Angular: Angular 2+ Fundamentals

  • All Angular code in the course is written in TypeScript , so if you’re new to TypeScript – this course will ease you in very gently.
  • Hit the ground running with Angular 2 fundamentals and pro training.
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Component versus Directive in AngularJS · GitHub

  • You already know ng-click , it’s a Directive it decorates and adds existing behaviour to an existing element, it is not as an Element
  • .directive() should decorate should be an attribute only, meaning restrict: ‘A’ always
  • Should be used to create Components as part of a Component architecture
  • Rebind
  • Component Controllers are entirely optional, you can create Stateless (Dumb) Components

Directives and templates/controllers are not necessary anymore, however the API remains consistent for backwards compatibility. Use a Directive for binding custom behaviour to existing DOM.
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JavaScript Weekly Issue 309: November 10, 2016

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Modern Angular 1.x essential interview questions

  • At many previous jobs I’ve interviewed many developers on Angular, JavaScript in general and combining the two.
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  • Master the latest Angular 1.5 components, or dive straight into mastering Angular 2
  • This is my list of what I’d consider “modern Angular 1.x” interview questions, with a focus on component architecture and modern “best practices”.
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Angular 1.x has changed a lot with 1.5 introducing .component(), and with this it brings a whole new light to interviewing. At many previous jobs I’ve interv…
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Upgrading from Angular 1 to Angular 2 • /r/angularjs

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  • You can upgrade your codebase to Angular 1.5 components initially to get a sense and feel of how component architecture and one-way dataflow works (and potentially do some code cleanup/refactoring), and then move to Angular 2 should you see fit.
  • Rewriting something that is working from scratch rarely makes business sense.
  • It would be easier to understand the application for new people, development will be faster and the performance of the application could benefit from it.
  • From a development perspective, moving to components (regardless of 1.5 or 2.0) is an essential next step.

Hi everyone. My company has a rather complex application build with Angular 1 and Typescript. Now I informed myself about Angular 2. Everything…
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Comprehensive dive into Angular 1.5 lifecycle hooks @toddmotto

  • The tabs component will transclude our elements into its template , and we’ll manage the tabs through the controller .
  • We’re using the user property that gets passed down to us, and then referencing the currentValue property to get the… current value of the change hash, obviously.
  • For tab , we’ll only show that specific tab if $ctrl.tab.selected property is true , so we’ll need some controller logic to handle this.
  • Now we’ve got data into the component using one-way bindings, we can be a little smarter.
  • Parent changes results in child components getting told about it.

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@richardbrammer: “Great resource for #angularjs 1.5 developers by @toddmotto: Comprehensive dive into #Angular 1.5 lifecycle hooks”

Lifecycle hooks are simply functions that get called at specific points of a component’s life in our Angular apps. They landed in Angular 1.5 and are to be u…

Comprehensive dive into Angular 1.5 lifecycle hooks @toddmotto