Building Business Components Using Angular

In this course you will learn how to convert two MVC pages to Angular step-by-step.
Course info
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(15)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
January 25, 2017
Duration
3h 22m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(15)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
January 25, 2017
Duration
3h 22m
Description

Learn how to convert some of your MVC pages to Angular. Doing so can help you speed up your web pages and provide a better user experience. In this course, Building Business Components Using Angular, you're going to learn to convert two MVC web pages to Angular, a credit card page, and an address page. First, you'll learn how to create HTML pages using Angular and how to build and call web API's from Angular. Next, you'll discover how to save and validate data and also will learn about exception handling in Angular. Then, you'll explore how to build custom Angular directives for validation. Finally, you'll learn how to handle server-side validation. By the end of this course, you'll have the tools you need to convert your MVC pages to Angular.

About the author
About the author

Paul loves teaching and technology, and has been teaching tech and business topics for over 30 years. Paul helps clients develop applications, and instructs them on the best use of technology.

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Transcript
Transcript

Hi everyone, my name is Paul Sheriff and welcome to my course Building Business Components using Angular.

I am the President of PDSA, Inc. a custom development shop specializing in Web applications.

Are you a business application programmer using MVC? Would you like to convert some of your MVC pages to Angular? Doing so can help you speed up your web pages and provide a better user experience.

In this course, you are going to learn to convert two MVC web pages to Angular; a credit card page and an address page.

Some of the major topics you will learn include:

  • Create HTML pages using Angular
  • Building and Calling Web API’s from Angular
  • Saving and validating data
  • Exception handling in Angular
  • Building custom Angular directives for validation
  • Handling server-side validation
By the end of this course, you will have the tools you need to convert your MVC pages to Angular.

I would suggest that before beginning the course you are familiar with MVC, Angular, the Web API, JavaScript, and HTML.

I hope you’ll join me on your mission to learn Angular with my course entitled Building Business Components using Angular at Pluralsight.com