Angular Training and Courseware

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Web Age Solutions Angular training introduces the Angular framework, which has become a popular JavaScript framework for the development of “single page” Rich Internet Applications. The Angular framework augments applications with the “model-view-controller” pattern.

Here are a few of the clients we have delivered Angular training to:

  • Amdocs
  • Travelers Insurance Co
  • UPS
  • FedEx Ground
  • Visa
  • Anthem Health Plans
  • CIBC
  • Wells Fargo
  • Liberty Mutual
  • NASA Jet Proplusion Laboratory
  • Nielson Media Research
  • TD Bank

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ANGULAR CLASSES

Angular 6 – We cover introductory and advanced courses in this topic. Please click here for the complete list of Angular 6 courses.

Angular 5 – We cover introductory and advanced courses in this topic. Please click here for the complete list of Angular 5 courses.

Angular 4 – We cover introductory and advanced courses in this topic. Please click here for the complete list of Angular 4 courses.

Angular 2 – This is the version that preceded Angular 4. Please click here for the complete list of Angular 2 courses.

AngularJS – This covers the Angular 1.x classes. Please click here for the complete list of AngularJS courses.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Angular?

AngularJS is a framework to build the browser side front end portion of a web application. AngularJS excels at many things. But, these three stand out the most

  1. By employing two-way data binding, it lets us manipulate DOM with much less code than jQuery.
  2. Through the use of HTML templates, it lets us dynamically add complex DOM element structure, which will be very difficult to do using plain DOM API or jQuery.
  3. It lets us write Single Page Applications (SPA).

In summary, if you are writing an SPA style application or need to do many complex DOM manipulations, AngularJS will be a framework of choice.

Why Angular is better?

Angular was developed to solve some basic problems in existing web development. The HTML markup language was originally designed to display static web pages and to move from one page to another using simple links. As individual pages grew larger and more complex they took longer to load into the browser. Simple web sites evolved into web applications displaying richly designed pages with dynamic content. Forms enabled data capture but often involved multi-page work flows and complex validation code. Although various JavaScript libraries emerged to assist web developers the amount of code and complexity of applications continued to increase. Angular was created to simplify and reduce the coding required to support data management, forms validation and handling, network requests, navigation and other web development tasks. In addition, the way it’s structured encourages modularity, code reuse, and testing.

What happened to Angular 3?

There is no Angular 3 release!

The reason was due to a “misalignment” of the names of certain parts of the Angular core packages (the Router package, to be precise, which was already on version 3, ahead of all the others). With the new version they wanted all the packages to have the same version number, so they bumped everything up to 4 to keep things straight.

Who created Angular?

Miško Hevery is the inventor of Angular and Senior Computer Scientist at Google.

Who should use Angular?

If you are writing an SPA style application or need to do many complex DOM manipulations, AngularJS will be a framework of choice. Angular is a good choice when you want:

A single page app

A RESTFUL app

Flexibility of the front end and Ultimate separation of both front and back end.

Which Angular is best?

When first released, the next generation of the ‘AngularJS’ framework was called ‘Angular 2’. Since new releases will make this term outdated, the current terminology for the framework is simply ‘Angular’

If you need to maintain projects, then you might need to learn AngularJS.

Every six months, Angular will be bumped another version number. This Angular — the only package properly called just Angular — is the only package you should be learning now.

How to get an Angular certification?

There are some companies that offer a certification course, but there is really no value in it.

How often should I update my Angular certification?

See answer to question above.

Top Facts on Angular

Angular is consistently one of the two top frameworks for web app development. React is the other framework.
Statistic from indeed.com in 2017 suggests that Angular has approximately 6 times more job postings than React.

ANGULAR WEBINARS

Angular 5 essentials and unique features

What’s new in Angular 5

Angular 4

Unit Testing AngularJS Code

Angular Applications and Inter-Component Communication

Introduction To Angular CLI Webinar

Angular 2 Services And HTTP

CSS3 Box Model – A Good Reason To Compile Your Stylesheets

Get Ready For Angular 2.0

Introduction To AngularUI And UI Bootstrap

Building AngularJS Apps With grunt.js

AngularJS Routing And Single Page Application

The Clash Of The Javascript Titans: backbone.js and Angular.js

AngularJS Webinar

ANGULAR RESOURCES

Why Angular is Better!

Angular is an open source web development framework for creating apps that run in the browser. This article discusses just a few of the key benefits of using Angular! Read More

Why Do Businesses Use Angular?

This article discusses why Angular is a good choice for many enterprise businesses! Read More

Building AngularJS Apps with Grunt.js (Part 1)
This AngularJS tutorial uses the Grunt app to build an Angularjs app. We’re not going to cover a lot of Angularjs territory – for that we’d recommend an AngularJS tutorial from our series.   Read More

Core AngularJS Concepts
In this article, we’re going to introduce a few of the core concepts of AngularJS. These concepts are critical to using AngularJS effectively and learning them will give you a good start to using AngularJS in your own development.   Read More

Angular 2 Property and Event Bindings
Have you noticed that many of the directives built-in to AngularJS are missing in Angular 2.0? Well there two reasons for that; “property bindings” and “event bindings”. The various binding types in Angular 2 remove the need for many of the directives built into the prior version of the framework.   Read More

Angular 2 Programming Languages
Angular 2 differs from Angular JS in regards to programming language support. With Angular JS you generally program in JavaScript. With Angular 2 the official site provides example code in several languages; JavaScript, TypeScript and Dart.   Read More

Top 5 IT Skills Needed for Digital Transformation
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New Support for ECMAScript 2015
Although it is a huge part of the modern web, the syntax of JavaScript hasn’t really changed significantly in quite a long time. That all changed though last June, when ‘ECMAScript 2015’ was released. This major update contained some significant changes and new features.   Read More

Object Oriented Programming: JavaScript vs TypeScript in Visual Studio 2015
JavaScript has been the defacto web language for a very long time. It’s used for implementing client-side validation, animation, DOM manipulation, AJAX and for several other reasons. Developers have been using JavaScript in one form or other: e.g. plain vanilla JavaScript, jQuery, AngularJS etc.   Read More

TDD / Unit Testing JavaScript in Visual Studio using Jasmine and Chutzpah
In this post we will see how to unit test JavaScript in Visual Studio using Jasmine and Chutzpah. We will use Visual Studio’s built-in Test Explorer window for displaying the results. Jasmine is a an open source unit testing / behavior-driven framework.   Read More