Mastering Angular 6

Live Classroom
Duration: 5 days
Live Virtual Classroom
Duration: 5 days
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The Angular platform has revolutionized web application development by incorporating tools, technologies, and best practices to solve most of the intricate web application development challenges. Angular 6 is used extensively by web development companies, ranging from start-ups to big enterprises.

This course is about 50% hands-on lab and 50% lecture, designed to train attendees in core Angular development skills, coupling the most modern, effective web development techniques with the soundest industry practices. During the course, participants will be led through a series of increasingly advanced topics, where each topic consists of lecture, group discussion, comprehensive hands-on lab exercises, and lab review. The course includes a wide range of supporting materials and labs to ensure all students are appropriately challenged or assisted at all times.

What You'll Learn

  • Introduction to Angular and why it should be used
  • Using Angular to add rich functionality to both existing and new web pages
  • What is TypeScript is? Why it is useful? How to use it with Angular?
  • Development and deployment using Angular CLI
  • Working with Angular architecture to implement clean, responsive web interfaces
  • Supporting navigation with Routers in a Single Page Application
  • Best practices for using Angular
  • Ahead of Time compiler
  • Testing and running Angular applications
  • Using Angular with HTTP to support JSON, REST, and other services
  • Building data models on RxJS
  • Simplifying server-side rendering
  • Unit testing
  • Components of the MEAN Stack
  • Using MEAN stack to deploy, support, and run Angular applications


  • Introduction to Angular
  • Evolution of HTML and CSS
  • Responsive Web Design
  • jQuery Under the Covers
  • Bootstrapping to Browsers

  • Frameworks vs. Libraries
  • AngularJS to Angular2
  • Angular Release Schedules
  • Angular 4/5

  • Architectural Elements and Concepts
  • TypeScript
  • Model-View-*
  • Data Binding
  • Components and Services
  • Factories and Events
  • Exercise: Hello Angular

  • Why use Typescript
  • Typescript Module System
  • Types/Keywords/Concepts
  • Transpilers
  • Angular and TypeScript
  • Exercise: Hello TypeScript

  • Challenges in Setting up Projects
  • Angular CLI Overview
  • New Projects with CLI
  • Testing and Generating with CLI
  • Ahead of Time (AOT) Compilation
  • Implications of using AOT

  • Top-Level Files and Directories
  • Folders” src and src/app
  • Exercise: Creating Projects with Angular CLI

  • Usable Classes in Angular
  • HTML, CSS, and TypeScript in Components
  • Data Binding and Events
  • Exercise: Building Components

  • Angular and the Need for Libraries
  • Options for adding Libraries
  • Working with npm install
  • Working with angular-cli.json
  • ng2 Wrappers
  • Exercise: Using Libraries

  • Overview of Directives
  • Built-in Directives
  • ngIf and else
  • ngFor and ngSwitch
  • Conditional Styling
  • Exercise: Working with Directives

  • Overview of Pipes
  • Built-in Pipes
  • Formatting and Conversions
  • Parameterizing Pipes
  • Exercise: Working with Pipes

  • Forms and NgModel
  • NG Form Groups
  • NG Form Validation
  • Built-in Validators
  • Exercise: Basic Forms with Angular
  • Exercise: Powerful Forms with Angular

  • Overview of SPA Concept
  • Routing in SPAs
  • Creating Routes
  • Routing Options
  • Exercise: Routing in a Single Page Application

  • Components and Injectables
  • Services
  • Service Interfaces
  • Local Storage
  • Exercise: Local Storage

  • Test-Driven Development
  • Testing Types
  • Behavior-Driven Development
  • Acceptance-Driven Development

  • Testing dependencies
  • Options for Testing in Angular
  • Components and Injectables
  • Services
  • LocalStorage
  • Exercise: Unit Tests with Angular, Karma, and Jasmine
  • Exercise: Local Storage Service

  • Upgrading from Angular 1.x
  • Angular Style Guide
  • Single Responsibility Principle
  • Naming Conventions
  • Coding Conventions
  • Application Structure
  • Components, Directives, Services
  • Lifecycle Hooks
  • Routing

  • REpresentational State Transfer
  • REST and HTTP
  • REST/HTTP: Representation-Oriented
  • REST Design Principles

  • REST in Angular
  • Promises
  • Observables
  • Http Module
  • Putting it all Together
  • Exercise: Using RESTful Services in Angular

  • MEAN Components and Overview
  • Working with MongoDB
  • Working with Node.js
  • Working with Express
  • Creating a Node.js Web Server
  • Exercise: Implementing a MEAN Application
  • Exercise: Working with the Database

  • js Projects and Modules
  • Making a Module Executable
  • Core Modules
  • Dependency Management Using NPM
  • Setting Up Dependencies
  • Installing, Updating, and Uninstalling Packages
  • Exercise: NPM Cache Clean
  • Exercise: NPM Init
  • Exercise: Package.json
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Who should attend

This is highly recommended for current and aspiring –
  • Web developers
  • Software engineers
  • UI/US developers
  • Front end developers
  • net developers
  • Full stack developers
  • Mean stack developers


Participants are required to have hands-on experience in developing basic web applications, and be proficient in HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.

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