AngularJS Training

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

UPDATE: My next workshop will be a 2 day pre-conference Angular workshop at the NDC conference in Oslo (June 2nd and 3rd, 2014).  

At the end of last year I put together and taught a 2 day workshop on AngularJS fundamentals at NDC London, which due to popular demand I’m offering as part of a larger class for ProgramUtvikling.  Feel free to contact me if you would like an on-site workshop, although my bandwidth for custom training is scarce.

AngularJS Fundamentals

From animations to testing and everything in between, this course covers the features of AngularJS with a focus on practical scenarios and real applications. We will see how to build custom services, directives, filters, and controllers while maintaining a separation of concerns with clean JavaScript code. Hands on labs will reinforce concepts.

The outline of topics:

  1. Introduction
  2. Modules and Controllers
  3. Views and Templates
  4. Services
  5. Directives
  6. Testing
  7. Routing
  8. UI and Animation

Some  of the material is based on blog posts I’ve written in the past.


Comments
gravatar Ale Miralles Tuesday, January 21, 2014
So, no Pluralsight course ;)
gravatar khuzema Tuesday, January 21, 2014
There was a course we were waiting which you and Dan Wahlin were supposed to do for pluralsight, what happens to that? We were expecting it as enterprise level course. Hope its still in progress.
gravatar Ken Thursday, January 23, 2014
@Khuzema that course has already been released on Pluralsight called Play by Play with Dan Wahlin and Scott Allen, I hope/wish Scott would put or make an AngularJS fundamental course from this workshop. I know there is already one by Joe Eames and James Cooper but I like Scott's style and his clear voice.
gravatar Vincent Sunday, February 9, 2014
Just watched your PluralSight Play by Play video with Dan Wahlin. It was very good, but I second Ken's call for a new PluralSight course by yourself (and for the same reasons) on AngularJS fundamentals. Preferably one using Entity Framework as the ORM and going on at length about data validation.
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