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AngularJS Fundamentals

Learn everything about AngularJS from setting up the environment to testing and debugging apps.

GK# 7283

Course Overview

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AngularJS is a JavaScript framework designed to simplify the task of building single-page Model, View, and Controller apps. It can be added to an HTML page with a script tag. In this learning path, you will learn everything about AngularJS from setting up the environment to testing and debugging apps.

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What You'll Learn

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  • Beginning AngularJS
  • Introduction to Directives
  • Controllers and Directives
  • Services and Routing
  • Testing AngularJS
  • Animation and Internationalization

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Beginning AngularJS

  • Set up the AngularJS environment
  • Use scope functions
  • Execute scope methods in response to a user input or event
  • Use bracketed expressions to hold and evaluate expressions
  • Describe how dot notation affects scope hierarchies
  • Use controllers and variable scope
  • Share data between multiple controllers
  • Use the controller as syntax to create controllers
  • Use display filters to filter data
  • Create a custom display filter
  • Use the orderBy and limitTo filters
  • Use the number and json filters
  • Use the date filter
  • Work with user input
  • Perform basic client-side form validation
  • Use the CSS classes that are provided with AngularJS
  • Filter output based on content
  • Use the $interpolate service to change the default braces
  • Use the $scope.$watch functionality
  • Use the $q.all function to handle multiple promises
  • Use the angular.foreach function
  • Validate data types
  • Use different filters to control the display of the application

Introduction to Directives

  • Instantiate a template once per item from a collection
  • Use ng-include to include an external HTML fragment
  • Specify custom behavior when an element is clicked
  • Use ng-show and ng-hide to control the display of elements
  • Use nested variable scopes in AngularJS
  • Use the ngClick and ngDblClick directives in AngularJS
  • Specify custom behaviors based on mousedown and mouseup events
  • Specify custom behaviors based on mouseover and mousemove events
  • Specify custom behaviors based on mouseenter and mouseleave events
  • Compare the ngChange directive with the JavaScript onchange event
  • Replace elements using the ngBind and ngBindTemplate directives
  • Insert an HTML element using the ngBindHTML directive
  • Set CSS style on an HTML element conditionally using the ngStyle directive
  • Dynamically set CSS classes on an HTML element using the ngClass directive
  • Use the ngClassEven and ngClassOdd directives
  • Use the ngHref and ngSrc directives
  • Use the ngModel directive
  • Use the ngFocus and ngBlur directives
  • Use AngularJS directives in Internet Explorer
  • Use different bindings to create custom behaviors based on different mouse events

Controllers and Directives

  • Describe isolate scopes in directives
  • Use the equals sign to set up two-way binding
  • Use the ampersand sign to invoke outer scope functions
  • Use the at symbol to pass strings into the directives
  • Create a directive using shorthand notation
  • Replace directive elements in HTML markup
  • Add controllers to directives
  • Set up dynamic controllers for directives
  • Use the transclude property
  • Use the require property to set up communication between directives
  • Communicate between nested directives
  • Watch the attributes on a directive element for changes
  • Work with browser events in directives
  • Use the nglf directive
  • Use the ngList directive
  • Set up and communicate with both directives and nested directives

Services and Routing

  • Use the $anchorScroll service
  • Use the $locale service
  • Use the $timeout service
  • Use the $parse service
  • Use the $compile service
  • Use the $cacheFactory service
  • Use the $exceptionHandler service
  • Use the $cookieStore service
  • Create a simple custom service
  • Use the $http service to GET server data
  • Use the $http service to POST server data
  • Use the $resource service to request server data
  • Use the $http and $q services together
  • Set up routing
  • Use route parameters
  • Set up a default route
  • Use the $route service to read query strings
  • Use the $route service to reload pages
  • Set up a simple route using the templates property
  • Create custom properties on routes
  • Use the $location service to perform client site routing
  • Use the $location service to replace views without altering browser history
  • Use the $log service
  • Use the $filter function from markup and controller
  • Use the $rootScope service
  • Use the $window and $document services
  • Use the $q service
  • Use the $http service to GET and POST server data

Testing AngularJS

  • Set up a test environment
  • Install Node and Karma to test applications
  • Test a controller
  • Unit test a controller with dependencies
  • Test custom services
  • Test custom services with dependencies
  • Set up unit tests that involve AJAX calls
  • Test a custom filter
  • Test a custom filter with dependencies
  • Test simple directives
  • Test custom directives with external templates
  • Test directive bindings
  • Test events on directives
  • Set up unit tests that involve AJAX calls and controllers with dependencies

Animation and Internationalization

  • Add the ngAnimate module as a dependency in an AngularJS application
  • Create, enter, and leave transition animations for AngularJS directives such as, ngInclude, ngView, ngIf, ngSwitch
  • Ensure that transition animations for nested directives work as expected
  • Animate ngRepeat items entering and leaving the DOM
  • Create a move transition animation for the AngularJS directive ngRepeat
  • Create, add, and remove animations for AngularJS directive such as ng-show, ng-hide, and ng-class
  • Animate the ngHide and ngShow directives in AngularJS
  • Create animations that run when Angular performs form validation
  • Create animations for the AngularJS directive ngMessages
  • Use CSS keyframe animations in AngularJS
  • Use CSS animation libraries in AngularJS
  • Add support for AngularJS animation to a custom directive
  • Work with promises returned by the methods in the $animate service
  • Use JavaScript animations along with ngAnimate in AngularJS
  • Use JavaScript animation frameworks and libraries in AngularJS
  • Debug CSS and JavaScript animations
  • Define internationalization(i18n) and use the ngPluralize directive
  • Define localization(l1n) in the context of AngularJS and describe how to use prebundled rule sets or locale scripts with associated caveats to provide localization support for an AngularJS app
  • Use locale scripts to implement localization in AngularJS
  • Write localizable plural messages in AngularJS using messageFormat syntax extensions
  • Provide language translations based on locale keys in an AngularJS app
  • Use JavaScript animations, including JavaScript animations combined with CSS animations in AngularJS

Who Should Attend

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Web developers looking to expand their skills with AngularJS.

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