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  • Web Design Training

    InterSource offers live instructor-led courses on all important web design technologies, including Ajax, CSS, Dreamweaver, Expression, Google, HTML, JavaScript, and Web Accessibility.

    These live classes are offered both on client sites, at our Geneva training center, and via a Web interface.

  • About Web Design

    Web design is the skill of creating presentations of content (usually hypertext or hypermedia) that is delivered to an end-user through the World Wide Web, by way of a Web browser or other Web-enabled software like Internet television clients, microblogging clients and RSS readers.

    The intent of web design is to create a web site-a collection of electronic files that reside on a web server/servers and present content and interactive features/interfaces to the end user in form of Web pages once requested. Such elements as text, bit-mapped images (GIFs, JPEGs) and forms can be placed on the page using HTML/XHTML/XML tags. Displaying more complex media (vector graphics, animations, videos, sounds) requires plug-ins such as Adobe Flash, QuickTime, Java run-time environment, etc. Plug-ins are also embedded into web page by using HTML/XHTML tags.

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  • Course Details Web Design

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AngularJS Training

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Course duration

  • 3 Days

Course Outline

The AngularJS framework has become a popular JavaScript framework for the development of "single page" Rich Internet Applications. The AngularJS framework augments applications with the "model-view-controller" pattern which makes applications easier to develop and test because there is a separation of responsibilities within the code. Although there are many benefits to using the AngularJS framework it is fairly different than the way "typical" web applications involving JavaScript have been designed. This AngularJS training class will provide an introduction to the benefits of AngularJS, so participants can start to develop responsive applications quickly using the framework.

  • Create single page web applications using the MVC pattern of AngularJS.
  • Understand the programming model provided by the AngularJS framework.
  • Define Angular controllers and directives.
  • Control Angular data bindings.
  • Implement Responsive Web Applications with AngularJS.
  • Some prior understanding of web development, HTML, Ajax, and JavaScript.
  1. Advanced Objects and Functionality in JavaScript
    1. Basic Objects
    2. Constructor Function
    3. More on the Constructor Function
    4. Object Properties
    5. Deleting a Property
    6. The instanceof Operator
    7. Object Properties
    8. Constructor and Instance Objects
    9. Constructor Level Properties
    10. Namespace
    11. Functions Are First-Class Objects
    12. Closures
    13. Closure Examples
    14. Private Variables with Closures
    15. Immediately Invoked Function Expression (IIFE)
    16. Prototype
    17. Inheritance in JavaScript
    18. The Prototype Chain
    19. Traversing Prototype Property Hierarchy
    20. Prototype Chain
    21. Inheritance Using Prototype
    22. Extending Inherited Behavior
    23. Enhancing Constructors
    24. Improving Constructor Performance
    25. Inheritance with Object.create
    26. The hasOwnProperty Method
  2. Introduction to AngularJS
    1. What Is AngularJS?
    2. Why AngularJS?
    3. Scope and Goal of AngularJS
    4. Using AngularJS
    5. A Very Simple AngularJS Application
    6. Building Blocks of an AngularJS Application
    7. Use of Model View Controller (MVC) Pattern
    8. A Simple MVC Application
    9. The View
    10. The Controller
    11. Data Binding
    12. Basics of Dependency Injection (DI)
    13. Other Client Side MVC Frameworks
  3. AngularJS Module
    1. What Is a Module?
    2. Benefits of Having Modules
    3. Life Cycle of a Module
    4. The Configuration Phase
    5. The Run Phase
    6. Module Wide Data Using Value
    7. Module Wide Data Using Constant
    8. Module Dependency
    9. Using Multiple Modules in a Page
  4. AngularJS Controllers
    1. Controller Main Responsibilities
    2. About Constructor and Factory Functions
    3. Defining a Controller
    4. Using the Controller
    5. Controller Constructor Function
    6. More About Scope
    7. Example Scope Hierarchy
    8. Using Scope Hierarchy
    9. Modifying Objects in Parent Scope
    10. Modified Parent Scope in DOM
    11. Handling Events
    12. Another Example for Event Handling
    13. Storing Model in Instance Property
  5. AngularJS Expressions
    1. Expressions
    2. Operations Supported in Expressions
    3. AngularJS Expressions vs JavaScript Expressions
    4. AngularJS Expressions Are Safe to Use!
    5. What Is Missing in Expressions
    6. Considerations for Using src and href Attributes in Angular
    7. Examples of ng-src and ng-href Directives
  6. Basic View Directives
    1. Introduction to AngularJS Directives
    2. Controlling Element Visibility
    3. Adding and Removing an Element
    4. Dynamically Changing Style Class
    5. The ng-class Directive
    6. Example Use of ng-class
    7. Setting Image Source
    8. Setting Hyperlink Dynamically
    9. Preventing Initial Flash
  7. Advanced View Directives
    1. The ng-repeat Directive
    2. Example Use of ng-repeat
    3. Dynamically Adding Items
    4. Special Properties
    5. Example: Using the $index Property
    6. Scope and Iteration
    7. Event Handling in Iterated Elements
    8. The ng-switch Directive
    9. Example Use of ng-switch
    10. Inserting External Template using ng-include
  8. Working with Forms
    1. Forms and AngularJS
    2. Scope and Data Binding
    3. Role of a Form
    4. Using Input Text Box
    5. Using Radio Buttons
    6. Using Checkbox
    7. Using Checkbox - Advanced
    8. Using Select
    9. Using Select – Advanced
    10. Disabling an Input
    11. Reacting to Model Changes in a Declarative Way
    12. Example of Using the ng-change Directive
  9. Formatting Data with Filters in AngularJS
    1. What Are AngularJS Filters?
    2. The Filter Syntax
    3. Angular Filters
    4. More Angular Filters
    5. Using Filters in JavaScript
    6. Using Filters
    7. A More Complex Example
    8. The date Filter
    9. The date's format Parameter
    10. Examples of Using the date Filter
    11. The limitTo Filter
    12. Using limitTo Filter
    13. Filter Performance Considerations
  10. AngularJS $watch Scope Function
    1. The $watch Function
    2. The $watch Function Signature
    3. The $watch Function Details
    4. Canceling the Watch Action
    5. Example of Using $watch
    6. Things to be Aware Of
    7. More Things to Be Aware Of
    8. Performance Considerations
    9. Speeding Things Up
  11. Communicating with Web Servers
    1. The $http AngularJS Service
    2. The Promise Interface
    3. The $http Service
    4. $http Function Invocation
    5. Callback Parameters
    6. Request Configuration Properties
    7. Shortcut Methods
    8. Complete List of Shortcut Methods
    9. Using $http.get()
    10. Working with JSON Response
    11. Using $http.post()
    12. Combining $http Post Request Data with Url Parameters
    13. The then() Method of the Promise Object
    14. The Response Object
    15. Making Parallel Web Service Calls
    16. Combining Multiple Promises into One
    17. Wait for the Combined Promise
    18. Setting Up HTTP Request Headers
    19. Caching Responses
    20. Disabling Caching in IE9
    21. Setting the Request Timeout
    22. Unit Testing with ngMock
    23. Writing Unit Tests
  12. Custom Directives
    1. What Are Directives?
    2. Directive Usage Types
    3. Directive Naming Convention
    4. Defining a Custom Directive
    5. Using the Directive
    6. Scope of a Directive
    7. Isolating Scope
    8. Example Scope Isolation
    9. Using External Template File
    10. Manipulating a DOM Element
    11. The Link Function
    12. Event Handling from a Link Function
    13. Wrapping Other Elements
    14. Accepting a Callback Function
    15. Supplying Callback Function
  13. AngularJS Services
    1. Introduction to Services
    2. Defining a Service
    3. The factory() Method Approach
    4. The service() Method Approach
    5. The provider() Method Approach
    6. Using a Service
    7. Configuring a Service using its Provider
  14. Introduction to Single Page Applications (spa)
    1. What Is a Single Page Application (SPA)?
    2. Why Create SPA?
    3. Challenges to SPA
    4. Implementing SPA Using AngularJS
    5. Simple SPA Using Visibility Control
    6. Dynamic Templates Using ng-include
    7. SPA Using the $route service
  15. The Routing Service
    1. What does the $route Service Do?
    2. When to use $route Service?
    3. Understanding the $location Service
    4. Setting up a Route Table
    5. Navigation Control
    6. Getting Route Parameters
    7. Bookmarking and history
    8. Adding Dependency to Routes
  16. Advanced Forms
    1. Basic form validation
    2. Validation based on input types
    3. Advanced form validation
    4. Monitoring validation status
    5. Styling elements based on validation status
    6. Showing specific error messages
    7. Deferring validation error messages
  17. Advanced Promise Api
    1. Basics of the promise API
    2. $http and Promise
    3. Waiting for multiple $http Calls
    4. Caching a $http Call in memory
    5. Caching a $http Call in localStorage
  18. Unit Test Using Jasmine
    1. Introduction to Node.js
    2. What Is Jasmine?
    3. Running Jasmine
    4. Jasmine Folder Structure
    5. Running Tests
    6. Example Explained
    7. End-to-End Testing with Protractor
    8. Writing E2E Test with Protractor

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