Angular 2 By Example by Chandermani Arora [Ebook]

Angular 2 By ExampleAuthor: Chandermani Arora
Title: Angular 2 By Example
Print Length: 518
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch
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Key FeaturesMaster the Angular way to structure, build, deploy, and test your codeUnderstand Angular 2’s new component-based architectureBuild a game and workout runner apps on the Angular platformBook DescriptionAngular 2 will help you build faster, more efficient, and more flexible cross-platform applications. It has everything from a powerful view engine to an exceptional data binding framework and a design that embraces the future web. Angular 2 is known for taking the pain out of JavaScript development, enabling more organized, readable, and testable code.This book builds three sample apps with varied degrees of complexity. It starts with a simple ‘Guess the Number’ game, which serves as a platform to launch you into the world of Angular. Next you will learn to construct a popular ‘7 Minute Workout’ app, covering the building blocks of Angular, including components, services, directives, pipes, and a whole lot more. The final app ‘Personal Trainer’ morphs the existing ‘7 Minute Workout’ into a full-fledged personal workout builder and runner, covering advanced directive building, which is the fundamental and most powerful feature of the Angular.In addition to this, you will learn about testability and the framework constructs Angular provides to effectively test your app. You will also find out how to build a number of test suites for the ‘Personal Trainer’ and ‘Workout Runner’ apps. The book concludes by providing you with practical advice and useful tips that will come in handy as you build more and more apps with Angular.What you will learnDesign, develop, deploy and test the apps you buildWork your way through every aspect of app development using Angular2Understand the inner workings of the Angular view templating and data-binding capabilitiesWork on HTML forms and learn the Angular way to bind, validate, and form dataCreate component, structural, and attribute directives to extend the standard HTML behaviorIntegrate with the server back end and find out about data retrieval and persistence using AngularGain some practical insight into the challenges of building apps using Angular and their solutionsAbout the AuthorChandermani Arora is a software craftsman with a passion for technology and expertise on web stack. An ex-MSFT, over the years he has architected, designed, and developed web apps of all shapes and sizes on the Microsoft platform.Being an early adopter of the Angular framework, he tries to support the platform in every possible way, be it writing blog posts on various Angular topics or helping his fellow devs on StackOverflow, where he is often seen answering questions on the Angular channel.He works for Technovert where he leads a bunch of awesome developers who build cloud scale web applications using Angular and other new age frameworks.His personal blog is https://chandermani.blogspot.com and his corporate blog is http://blog.technovert.com/author/chander/.Kevin Hennessy is a Senior Software Engineer with Applied Information Sciences. He has over 17 years of experience as a developer, team lead, and solutions architect working on web-based projects, primarily using the Microsoft technology stack. Over the last several years, he has presented and written about single page applications and JavaScript frameworks, including Knockout, Meteor, and Angular 2. Most recently, he spoke about Angular 2 at the All Things Open Conference. His corporate blog is http://blog.appliedis.com/?s=Kevin+Hennessy.

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