If you want to learn fast, easy, and rewarding ways to create web applications that are easy to refactor and maintain in the future with no decline in performance, then this is the right course for you.
Using the latest Angular 9 release, you will learn how to organize your application using core feature and shared modules. You’ll structure container components in Angular 9 to help your application supply a presentation data flow and translate component-specific events into application state commands. You will understand state management and see how it can be implemented in Angular using NgRx, a Redux implementation for Angular 9. We’ll cover how we can use Input and Output decorators in Angular 9, an easy way to exchange data between components. You’ll find out how to use functions and pipes in your application, a new way to write display-value transformations that you can declare in your HTML. Finally, you will learn how to test and secure your application to make it more robust.
The code bundle for this course is available at: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Hands-on-Designing-Angular-Web-Application-Architecture
About the Author
Baljeet Singh is a full-stack web/mobile developer. He learned to code by building websites in PHP but has since worked with many other technologies (such as Laravel, Angular, Ionic, Vue.js, Express, and more) on both the frontend and backend. He has 5 years’ experience with Angular and has been working with it since its early days. He has created multiple apps using Angular for various clients. He has been an autodidact as long as he can remember and really loves sharing what he’s learned with the world through blogs, websites, and in person. He loves the following quote: Teaching someone else is the best way to learn.
Basic knowledge of Angular is assumed. Design architects who have a basic knowledge of Angular and are keen to use the intricacies of its framework to build robust applications will also benefit from this course