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Advanced Angular 4 Programming

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At Bright Solutions we take a different approach to your training experience. Classes are run in small groups (never more than 8), we have a strong focus and real world scenario based training, that go way beyond most standard courses. We provide exceptional lunches using a mixture of our partners including one of our favorites “Comptoir Libanais”. You also receive detailed study guide and a host of post course material to reinforce the topics you have covered on the course”.

Course Outline

Advanced Angular 4 training covers advanced topics of this next generation of the Angular framework. This course is intended for those that already have a basic understanding of the Angular 4 fundamentals and now want to cover more advanced features the Angular 4 framework offers.

Why Attend this Course?

Our courses are authored by content-area experts with a great deal of training experience. Topics are broken down into small chunks, which are explained, demonstrated with sample files or applications, and then practiced with hands-on exercises.

What Makes this Course Stand Apart?

This course includes advanced topics not covered in our 3 day Introduction to Angular 4 Programming class. This includes specifics about how to consume REST web services and WebSocket data from Angular 4 applications. Advanced use of the Angular Routing module and Angular Animations are covered. You will learn how to develop Angular 4 applications using Angular CLI. Details of how to test and debug Angular 4 applications are covered in addition to best practices for the style and organization of Angular 4 projects.

Lab exercises provide essential and practical hands-on experience for each topic.

What you will Learn?

• Consume data from REST web services
• Consume WebSocket data
• Advanced Router Usage
• Angular Animations
• Testing and debugging Angular applications
• AngularCLI
• Best practices for Angular application style and organization

Course Outline

CHAPTER 1. CONSUMING REST WEB SERVICES IN ANGULAR

  • REST Web Services and Angular
  • Understanding REST
  • REST Example – Create
  • REST Example – Retrieve
  • REST Example – Update
  • REST Example – Delete
  • REST Example – Client Generated ID
  • REST Example – JSON
  • Knowledge of the REST API
  • Common Angular Tasks for REST Communication
  • Angular Service Class Using HTTP Client
  • RequestOptions
  • URL Path Parameters
  • Query Parameters
  • Common HTTP Request Headers
  • Override Default Request Options
  • Returning Response Data
  • DELETE
  • GET
  • PUT
  • POST
  • Security of REST APIs
  • Summary

CHAPTER 2. CONSUMING WEBSOCKETS DATA IN ANGULAR

  • Web Sockets Overview
  • Web Sockets Use Cases
  • Web Socket URLs
  • Web Sockets Servers
  • Web Socket Client
  • The socket.io-client library
  • Using socket.io-client in JavaScript
  • Setting up socket.io-client in Angular Projects
  • Using socket.io-client in an Angular service
  • Angular websocket.service Notes:
  • The Angular Web Socket Client Sample App
  • Angular websocket.component.ts
  • The Full websocket.component.ts code
  • Implementation Modifications
  • Summary

CHAPTER 3. ADVANCED ROUTING

  • Routing Overview
  • External Route Configuration File
  • Dedicated Router Module
  • routerLinkActive binding
  • Wildcard Route Path
  • redirectTo
  • Default Route
  • Child Routes
  • Defining Child Routes
  • for Child Routes
  • routerLink Prefixes
  • Invoking Child Routes
  • Lazy Loading Modules via Child Routes
  • Lazy Loading: The child routing module
  • Lazy Loading: Add routing to the module
  • Lazy Loading: Update the main routing file
  • Navigation Guards
  • Creating Guard Implementations
  • Using Guards in a Route
  • Route Animations
  • Summary

CHAPTER 4. ANGULAR ANIMATIONS

  • What is Animation?
  • Animation Configuration
  • Animation Techniques
  • Animation Concepts
  • CSS Property Animation
  • Animation Property Settings
  • CSS Transforms
  • Starting and Stopping Animation
  • Animation Events
  • Browser Support
  • Angular Animations
  • Animation Imports
  • Named Animation States
  • Transitions
  • Special States: void, *
  • The animate() function
  • Triggers
  • Assigning Animations to Elements using Trigger
  • Invoking Transitions
  • Assigning Animation to Routes
  • External Animation Definitions
  • Summary

CHAPTER 5. TESTING ANGULAR COMPONENTS AND SERVICES

  • Testing Angular Components
  • Testing Tools
  • Testing Setup
  • Important Test Configuration Settings
  • Typical Testing Process
  • Jasmine Test Suites
  • Jasmine Specs (Unit Tests)
  • Expectations (Assertions)
  • Matchers
  • Examples of Using Matchers
  • Using the not Property
  • Setup and Teardown in Unit Test Suites
  • Example of beforeEach and afterEach Functions
  • Angular TestBed
  • Typical Test Structure
  • Example of Basic Angular Test
  • Basic beforeEach Configuration
  • Automatically Detecting Component Changes
  • Testing External Templates
  • Testing Components With Dependencies
  • Getting Injected Services
  • Testing With Dependencies – Test Double
  • Testing With Dependencies – Spy
  • Testing With Asynchronous Dependencies
  • Testing Components With @Input and @Output
  • Testing Routed Components
  • Summary

CHAPTER 6. DEVELOPING USING ANGULARCLI

  • What is AngularCLI?
  • AngularCLI Prerequisites
  • Installing AngularCLI
  • Command Help
  • Creating an App
  • Running Angular CLI Apps with ng serve
  • ng serve options
  • AngularCLI Blueprints
  • Generating Components
  • The .angular-cli.json Settings File
  • Generated Modules
  • Generated Services
  • Generated Specs for Unit Testing
  • An Example Unit Test Spec
  • Running Unit Tests
  • End to End Testing
  • Example End to End Test:
  • Summary

CHAPTER 7. DEBUGGING

  • Debugging Overview
  • Basic Debugging Practices
  • Development (Debug) Mode
  • Selecting Elements to Inspect
  • Inspecting Angular Components with ng.probe
  • Saving ng.probe Component References
  • Modifying Values using Component References
  • Using Breakpoints in Angular Code
  • Breakpoint in TypeScript Code
  • What is Augury?
  • Installing Augury
  • Opening Augury
  • Augury – Component Tree
  • Augury – Router Tree.
  • Augury – NgModules Tab
  • Common Exceptions
  • Common Exceptions: ‘No such file: package.json’
  • Common Exceptions: ‘Cant bind to ngModel’
  • Common Exceptions: ‘router-outlet not a known element’
  • Common Exceptions: ‘No provider for Router!’
  • Summary

CHAPTER 8. ANGULAR STYLE GUIDE

  • What is the Angular Style Guide?
  • Style Categories
  • Single Responsibility
  • Naming
  • Coding Conventions
  • App Structure and Angular Modules
  • Components
  • Directives and Services
  • Summary

CHAPTER 9. OVERVIEW OF JSON WEB TOKENS (JWT)

  • RESTful Web Service API Refresher
  • JSON Web Tokens
  • JSON Web Token Architecture
  • JWT Header
  • JWT Payload
  • JWT Example Payload
  • JWT Example Signature
  • How JWT Tokens are Used
  • Adding JWT to HTTP Header
  • How The Server Makes Use of JWT Tokens
  • What are “Scopes”?
  • What About OAuth?
  • Summary

LAB EXERCISES

Lab 1. Angular Communication with REST Services
Lab 2. Consuming Data from Web Sockets
Lab 3. Advanced Routing
Lab 4. Angular Animations
Lab 5. Testing Angular Components
Lab 6. Debugging Angular Applications








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