In order to follow along, some assumptions will be made about the user's skill level and familiarity with Angular. Learn what you should know.
- [Instructor] I've already said that I assume you're a fan of Angular, and I mean it. This course assumes working knowledge of Angular, and I'm talking about version two or greater. If you've only worked with AngularJS, or are unfamiliar with Angular 2, this course is going to be quite difficult to follow, as the mechanism for creating components and modules has changed dramatically since AngularJS version one. You should also be familiar with working in Node.js, including using node package manager, or npm. And it'll help if you're proficient in CSS, specifically how to use selectors.
You should also know what it means to call a RESTful API, and when to use verbs like GET, POST, and PUT, and so on. Lastly, we'll create our project using Angular CLI, so familiarity with that would be helpful, although not required.
- What is Material Design?
- Adding the required modules to your project
- Installing Angular Material
- Adding app bars and menus
- Creating cards
- Separating content using tabs
- Adding data tables