Learn Angular 2 Development By Building 12 Apps
Angular JS 24-Oct-2016

Learn Angular 2 Development By Building 12 Apps

Course has now been upgraded to the final Angular version with two new projects. We have added complete set of new lectures and have modified lot of code and files to bring you the most relevant and real world learning experience. We will continue to work on new projects and new updates as they come and add them for free for all our subscribers.

Angular 2 was made public in May 2016 and Angular lovers were in for a complete shock. Not only did Angular 2 drastically differ from Angular in terms of speed and performance, but it was a complete rewrite of Angular.

The change in Angular 2 has been lauded by the coding community, with a lot of people approving the changes that was brought by the new and improved Angular 2. The latest version came with some fantastic upgrades, including within the coding language.

Angular was widely accepted for its speed, cross-platform capability, flexible nature, expressive language, etc. Angular 2 includes all of these features and adds so many more. Not only in terms of features, but Angular 2 has also been simplified and made easier to use.

Angular 2 comes with major changes in certain areas including programming language. While, Angular 1 used JavaScript, Angular 2 has shifted to TypeScript making it easier to be backward compatible with older versions of JavaScript.

Additionally, the focus of the framework has also shifted from web development to mobile development, reflecting the current growth of the mobile market.

With this much potential and support from the Angular community, Angular 2 is all set to take the development world by storm. How can you get on this bandwagon? With this course!

In this course, you will learn how to start using the many different features of Angular 2 to create some epic applications using this framework. In addition to Angular 2, you will also touch base on other relevant technologies such as Node.JS, Angular CLI, Firebase, Bootstrap, MongoDB, FeatherJS and the Ionic Framework.

Forego the old methods of text-book learning. No more long and boring lectures to teach you just the theoretic. Learn by actually putting your skills to use and having fun at the same time. You will build 12 different projects by the end of this course that will not only test your skills but also will teach you the complete ins and outs of Angular 2.

With the help of these 12 projects, you will learn Angular 2 features such as components, directives, services, and even dependency injections. From the basic fundamentals to complex features, this course everything you need to know for getting started with developing applications using Angular 2.

12 projects covered in this course include:

Project 1 – Simple Angular Website – The basic website will help you get a feel for the framework and understand the fundamentals.

Project 2 – Github Profile Search – Search Github profiles using the Github API.

Project 3 – ngSpotify – Create an album/artist application using the Spotify API.

Project 4 – MEAN Todos – Create a Todos App using the MongoDB, Express, Angular and NodeJS.

Project 5 – Firebase Business Listing – Learn how to build a business listing or a business contacts app using Firebase, a remote NoSQL database.

Project 6 – MyWorkouts – Build an Ionic 2 mobile app that allows you to track your workouts.

Project 7 – MyWeather – Another Ionic 2 mobile app that allows you to track worldwide weather using the Wunderground API.

Project 8 – AuthApp Auth0 Application – Create an authentication app for building a complete login/register/access control system using Auth0 and Angular 2

Project 9 – MapIt – An Angular 2 app that integrates Google Maps and allows you to mark points on the map and manage them.

Project 10 – Movie Finder – A movie directory application that uses the moviedb.org API.

Project 11 – DevLogger – A simple logging application that uses FeatherJS and REST API.

Project 12 – SocketChat – A real-time chat application using socket.io.

With these 12 projects under your belt, you will be well on your way to start building your own apps in Angular 2. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started.