Angular 9 Masterclass with TypeScript, Firebase, & Material
Master and build reactive Single Page Applications(SPA) from scratch using Angular (formerly “Angular 2” or “AngularJS”)
What you’ll learn
Angular 9 Masterclass with TypeScript, Firebase, & Material
- Built a Single Page Application using Angular
- Using TypeScript
- Implementing various building blocks in Angular
- Using Third-Party Modules like Angular Material and AngularFire 2
- NodeJS Installed
- Basic knowledge of NodeJS, NPM, node_modules
- We’ll use Visual Studio Code as our IDE
- Experience with Object-Oriented Programming is a plus
Angular is one of the most popular front-end frameworks for building single-page applications or web apps with HTML, CSS, and TypeScript.
Learning Angular 2 or Angular 4/5/6/7/8 or Angular 9 or simply Angular(as the Angular team likes to call it) on your own can be confusing or frustrating at times. It might require you to browse through several tutorials, articles, YouTube videos, etc and get a grip on it.
If you want to get rid of going through all that trouble and just focus on learning Angular, this is THE course for you. In this course, I’ll take you through an exciting journey of learning Angular concepts through fun and easy to understand coding examples.
As the course progresses, you’ll get familiar with:
- Single Page Applications and why should we use Angular to build them
- TypeScript and ESNext( ECMAScript 2015 or ES6 and later versions of it)
- Angular Modules, the @NgModule Decorator and Angular Application Bootstrap Mechanism
- Angular Components, the @Component Decorator, component communication and LifeCycle Hooks
- Directives, the @Directive Decorator, and creating custom structural and attribute directives.
- Dependency Injection In Angular, the @Injectable Decorator, Services, RxJS Observables and making AJAX Calls to REST APIs
- Routing, Child Routing, and Route Guards
- Pipes the @Pipe Decorator, and creating custom pure pipes and impure pipes.
- Template Driven Forms and Reactive Forms in Angular
- Custom Decorators
- Using third-party libraries like Angular Material, Firebase, etc.
Section 1 – Single Page Applications, Why Angular and Project Setup:
- Course Overview
- Introduction to SPA
- What do we need Angular for?
- Setting up the Development Environment.
- Angular Application Architecture
- Angular CLI
- Project Structure
Section 2 – TypeScript and ESNext:
- What is TypeScript
- Basic Types in TypeScript
- Variable Declarations using Let and Const
- Spread and Destructure.
- Arrow Functions
- fetch API
- async / await
Angular Modules and Angular Components
- Angular Application Bootstrap Mechanism
- Data/Property Binding
- View Encapsulation
- Inter-component Communication (@Input/@Output, Event Emitter)
- Template variables (ViewChild/ContentChild)
- Content Projection(ng-content)
- Metadata – basic overview
- Lifecycle hooks
- Order and triggering of each hook
- Hooks specific to Components and Decorators
- Dependency Injection – Why?
- The Dependency Injection – As a design pattern
- Dependency Injection – As a framework
- Dependency Injection – What?
- Injectors and Providers
- Hierarchical Dependency Injection
Angular 9 Masterclass with TypeScript, Firebase, & Material Course Site
- Child routes
- Route params
- Route Guards – CanActivate, CanActivateChild, CanDeactivate, Resolve, CanLoad
- Service as a singleton, data sharing.
- HttpClient, HttpHeaders, HttpParams
- Observables with Operators like the map, subscribe, catch, retry, etc
- Sharing data across Components using Service
- Built-In Structural Directives – NgFor, NgIf, NgSwitch
- Built-In Attribute Directives – NgClass, NgStyle, NgNonBindable
- Building a Custom Structural Directive
- Building a Custom Attribute Directive
- Build-in Pipes
- Building Custom Pipes
- Pure and Impure Pipe
- Template Driven Forms
- Reactive forms
- Form Validations
- Custom Synchronous form validations
- The Custom Asynchronous form validations
- Metadata – deep dive
- Building Custom Class Decorator
- Building Custom Property Decorator
Integrating with Third-Party Libraries
- Material Design Bootstrap
- Angular Material
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Build end-to-end Single Page Apps in Angular on your own
- Understand and fix common compile-time and run-time errors in minutes
- Understand and implement clean and maintainable code like a professional
- Apply best practices when building Angular apps
We’ll always start with the basics and go from there. Right from the beginning of the second module, you’ll jump in and build your first Angular app within minutes.
Over the next 15 hours, you’ll learn the essentials of building Single Page Applications(SPAs) with Angular:
- Displaying data and handling DOM events
- Building reusable components
- Manipulating the DOM using directives(both Structural and Attribute)
- Transforming data using pipes
- Building template-driven and reactive forms
- Consuming REST APIs using HTTP services
- Handling HTTP errors properly
- Using Reactive Extensions and Observables
- Adding routing and navigation to adhere to the basics of a Single Page Application
- Building real-time, server-less apps with Firebase
- Building beautiful UIs using Angular Material, and Material Design Bootstrap
So, if you’re a busy developer with limited time and want to quickly learn how to build SPAs with Angular, you’re at the right place.
You’ll also get to know ways to build a real-time SPA with Angular, Firebase, and Bootstrap. This application exhibits patterns that you see in a lot of real-world applications:
- CRUD operations
- Interaction with a data store
- Forms with custom validation
- And a lot more…!
You don’t need familiarity with TypeScript or any previous versions of Angular. You’re going to learn both TypeScript and Angular from scratch in this course.
What are the requirements?
What am I going to get from this course?
- Establish yourself as a skilled professional developer
- Build real-world Angular applications on your own
- Troubleshoot common Angular errors
- Master the best practices
- Write clean and elegant code like a professional developer
What is the target audience?
- Developers who want to upgrade their skills and get better job opportunities
- Front-end developers who want to stay up-to-date with the latest technology
- Back-end developers who want to learn front-end development and become full-stack developers
- Hobbyist developers who are passionate about working with new frameworks
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn Angular
- Anyone interested in building Single Page Applications
- Anybody who wants to know Angular in depth
- Anyone who wants to learn TypeScript, Firebase and Angular Material
- Last updated 2/2020
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