Join Aviv Ben-Yosef for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Upgrading to Angular 1.6.
- [Instructor] And there you have it. Thank you for joining me in this course. Now you know the exact steps you need to take in order to bring your existing project up to speed and make it modern using Angular's components. I recommend taking the time to do the migration of your project gradually and in baby steps as we've done through this course. You can get more information about modern Angular 1.x and Angular 2 by subscribing to my newsletter. If you'd like to learn more about Angular 2, check out the course Angular 2 Essential Training and of course, our library is constantly updated with more courses so make sure to check in.
Aviv Ben-Yosef kicks off the course by explaining what's different in Angular 1.6, as well the different motives for upgrading. Next, he walks through how to safely upgrade an existing app. He covers going from controllers to directives, as well as component lifecycle hooks. He also goes into the architectural changes in Angular, such as one-way data flow and immutability. To wrap up, he discusses how to properly test components.
- Deciding to upgrade an existing app
- Upgrading to Angular 1.6
- Removing standalone controllers
- Using directives as route targets
- Converting a controller's code
- Converting a controller's template
- Comparing directives and components
- Converting a directive
- Reviewing the concept of one-way binding
Skill Level Intermediate
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3. Directives to Components
4. Component Lifecycle Hooks
5. One-Way Data Binding
6. Testing Components
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