Course Description

Angular is a popular framework from Google, for creating dynamic and contemporary Web applications that require a large amount of well-structured JavaScript code. This course is based on Angular 1. We also have a separate course that covers Angular 2.

AngularJS uses the well-proven Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern for creating rich and complex web pages that are quicker to develop and easier to maintain. AngularJS makes JavaScript programming fun and feasible!

What you’ll learn

  • JavaScript language features and best practice
  • Structure of AngularJS single page applications
  • Creating models, views, and controllers
  • Using data binding and templates
  • Using modules
  • Using services
  • Working with Ajax and REST
  • Testing techniques



3 Days


Course Prerequisites

Familiarity with HTML and JavaScript programming


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Course Content

  • Recap Essential JavaScript Language Features: JavaScript language gotchas; Object orientation in JavaScript; Namespace management
  • Creating Angular Applications: Creating a project; Creating a data model; Creating a controller; Creating a view
  • Going Further with Angular: Two-way model binding; Controller behaviours; Behaviour dependencies; Handling user interactions
  • Application Structure: Filtering and ordering model data; Generating links; URL navigation; Dependency injection
  • Modules: Overview of modules; Using modules to define controllers, directives, filters, and services
  • Binding and Template Directives: Overview of directives; Using data binding directives; Using template directives; Partial views
  • Elements and Event Directives: Using element directives; Handling events; Working with various types of attributes
  • Forms: Using form elements with two-way bindings; Validating forms; Displaying validation error messages; Using form directive attributes
  • Services: Overview of services; Services for expressions and errors; Services for Ajax and promises; Services for REST; Services for injection
  • Ajax and REST: Round-trip vs. single page applications (SPA); Ajax; RESTful services; Promises; JSON
  • Testing Angular Code: Overview; Testing with Jasmine and Chutzpah; Writing test specs in Jasmine; Setting expectations; Testing JavaScript objects; Testing Angular controllers
  • Angular BDD Workshop: Requirements for the application; Defining test specs; Implementing controllers to pass the test specs; Implementing the UI views


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