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Up and Running with AngularJS (2013)

Up and Running with AngularJS (2013)

with Joseph LeBlanc

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(MUSIC). Hello. I'm Joe LeBlanc. Welcome to Up and Running with AngularJS. Angular is a powerful, flexible JavaScript framework tied directly to HTML. We'll be exploring techniques, like editing data in real time using models, using filters to change output at display time, routing requests to separate views, and communicating with server side resources. Angular has the tools you need to build browser-based applications quickly, so let's get up and running with AngularJS.

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Up and Running with AngularJS (2013)
1h 9m Intermediate Jul 23, 2013

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Extend HTML through the rich JavaScript framework AngularJS. Learn how to use scoped controllers to bind data to markup, while keeping your JavaScript decoupled and reusable. Use filters to handle the final visual output of your data, without cluttering the rest of your codebase. Route requests through AngularJS rather than making a round trip to the server. Load and modify server data using custom services. Plus, find tools designed to work with AngularJS and learn about ways you can extend it to suit your needs.

Topics include:
  • Why AngularJS?
  • Downloading AngularJS and dependencies
  • Developing an application boilerplate
  • Supplying scope data
  • Controlling scopes
  • Routing views
  • Supplying navigation
  • Linking individual records
  • Defining services
  • Retrieving records
  • Saving form data
Subjects:
Developer Web Web Design Web Development
Software:
AngularJS
Author:
Joseph LeBlanc

Welcome

(MUSIC). Hello. I'm Joe LeBlanc. Welcome to Up and Running with AngularJS. Angular is a powerful, flexible JavaScript framework tied directly to HTML. We'll be exploring techniques, like editing data in real time using models, using filters to change output at display time, routing requests to separate views, and communicating with server side resources. Angular has the tools you need to build browser-based applications quickly, so let's get up and running with AngularJS.

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