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Build Real World Development Projects Using Angular

Build Real World Development Projects Using Angular

Create your first angular project with this step-by-step guide, including examples and an in-depth explanation. Learn how to create

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What you'll learn

  • Master the essential Angular concepts, Troubleshoot common runtime errors
  • Use the deep understanding of the Angular fundamentals to quickly establish yourself as a frontend developer
  • Understand how Angular works and how it interacts with Backends
  • Develop modern, complex, responsive and scalable web applications with Angular
  • Fully understand the architecture behind an Angular application and how to use it
  • Build real-time apps that not only work great but also look awesome!

Angular puts the developer experience at the forefront.

JavaScript is known to introduce some of the most bizarre behavior known to developers. To alleviate headaches Angular provides full support for TypeScript, which offers type safety in our programs.

TypeScript existed for 4 years before even Angular became a framework, and the creators of Angular recognized the necessity for type safety in large enterprise apps to boost productivity and diminish bugs in production code.

So they opted to be one of the earliest adopters in the JavaScript ecosystem.

In my view this was the right move. TypeScript has seen widespread adoption and is a favorite among the community. In the most recent State of JavaScript Survey, 93% of responders were satisfied with TypeScript, so it appears Angular made the right call.

Maintaining a large enterprise application can be a nightmare without a proper setup. Before writing application logic, a strong foundation must be available to allow code reuse and scalability.

This is why we use frameworks like Angular.

Angular introduces a set of features that encourage developers to adopt the best design pattern practices in your app. Some examples are singletons, dependency injection, and factory functions. These are design patterns that we can take advantage of right out of the box.

Angular is a framework developed by Google. The words "complacent" or "stagnant" are not the type of words that are associated with a company like Google.

You can expect Google to properly maintain its framework with the latest and best practices in mind. In fact, the lead developers have pledged to release major versions every 6 months. It's like having Christmas twice a year!
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