Join Derek Peruo for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Angular 2 Testing and Debugging.
- [Derek] This course assumes you have a working knowledge of TypeScript because Angular Two code is written using TypeScript. It also assumes you have a working knowledge of how Angular Two applications are structured. You should have a working knowledge of npm and already have your development environment set up to work inside an Angular Two application. I recommend reviewing TypeScript Essential Training, Angular Two Essential Training, and learning Angular Two Directives here in our library for an in-depth look at TypeScript and Angular Two. In this course, we'll use Visual Studio Code as our code editor, a free and open source code editor available on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
We'll use Visual Studio Code to take advantage of its built in code completion for TypeScript, but any code editor will work, and I encourage you to use the editor you're most comfortable with. We'll also use Google Chrome as our browser. This is my personal preference, and you can use any browser you'd like. We'll be working on a Mac for this course. This is also my personal preference, and you can use any operating system you're comfortable with.
- Analyzing Angular 2 error messages
- Identifying the causes of common error messages
- Preventing common errors with custom error handling
- Analyzing testing reports
- Reviewing common testing report errors and their likely causes
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 10/30/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: common Angular 2 errors—including dependency injection errors—and testing Angular 2 apps.