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Styling Angular Applications

Styling Angular Applications: Angular revolutionizes the way that you architect CSS for modern web applications. But before you can become Angular styling ninjas, you need to take a step back and consider the many different ways that things can be done. In this course, Styling Angular Applications, you'll explore how the framework aligns with web components and what that means for adding styles to components and apps in general. Throughout this course you'll develop systems geared towards organization, scale, and…

Angular 2: Reactive Forms

Angular Reactive Forms: You can build forms in Angular with a template-driven approach using HTML and data binding, or a Reactive approach by defining the form model and validation in our component code. In this course, Angular Reactive Forms, you'll first learn how build Reactive forms. Next you'll learn how to validate user-entered data Finally, you'll wrap up learning how to save that data using HTTP. By the end of this course, you will have a simple, but fully operational Angular application that includes a Reactive form…

Working with Angular 2 Animations

Working with Angular Animations: Animation makes a user interface fun and exciting to use. In this course, Working with Angular Animations, you will to get to explore all that Angular 2 has to offer through animation. You'll begin with understanding some of the basics of animation, before moving into some more in-depth topics including multi-step animations, animation callbacks, calling multiple animations, and animation timing. Next, you'll get to use the Angular-cli to create a new Angular 2 project as a way to gain…

Angular 2 Forms

Angular Forms: Forms are a vital part of web applications, since they're the primary way you collect data from your users. You want your forms to look good and offer a simple, smooth experience. In this course, Angular Forms, you'll learn how to create forms using the Angular 2 framework. First, you'll learn how to style them, use data binding and then validate your forms. Next, you'll learn about observable's and posting your forms to a server. Finally, you'll also explore third-party form controls which offer much more…

Getting Started with Node.js Security with Express and Angular

Getting Started with Node.js Security with Express and Angular: Node.js is a server-side JavaScript platform that's rapidly being adopted by many individuals and large companies. This course, Getting Started with Node.js Security with Express and Angular, shows you how to apply secure application development practices to Node.js with Express and Angular by learning some of the security risks that are of concern in this area. You'll see the execution of exploits associated with these risks and follow through with the…

The Journey from MVC to Angular

The Journey from MVC to Angular: Speeding up your MVC or web form applications is always worthwhile, but seldom easy. However, you can use Angular to make this process easier. In this course, The Journey from MVC to Angular, you're going to learn to slowly convert an MVC webpage to use Angular for all your searching, listing, adding, editing, deleting, and validation of data. First, you'll learn why you need more client side code and how it can benefit you. Then, you'll learn how to add, edit, and delete without postbacks.…

Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC 6, EF Core, and Angular

Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC 6, EF Core, and Angular: ASP.NET Core is a whole new way of developing web-applications with .NET and C#. In this course, Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC 6, EF Core, and Angular, you'll learn how this new change can speed up development of web apps. Next, you'll learn how to create web pages using ASP.NET MVC and also how to build API's with ASP.NET MVC. Finally, you'll learn how to secure your pages and API's with ASP.NET identity and also learn how to use AngularJS for…

Preparing for and Migrating Applications to Angular 2

Preparing for and Migrating Applications to Angular 2: Angular 2 is here, and it's amazing. You'd like to get your Angular 1 applications moved over to Angular 2, but for many of those applications, a full rewrite isn't a possibility. So migrating slowly, piece by piece, is the right answer. This course will walk you through that process, showing you how to migrate in a way that minimizes risk, and lets you migrate while continuing to maintain your applications. First, you'll learn how to prepare your code and follow the…