Learn AngularJS at an IT Pro Level – Interface’s End-to-End course with Dan Wahlin

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Learn AngularJS at an IT Pro Level – Interface’s End-to-End course with Dan Wahlin

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AngularJS student Greg S. shares his experience with the ANGJS300 course:

AngularJS makes your Web development projects faster, stronger and more flexible


As you can see from the video above, our end-to-end course is a great way to develop a foundational understanding of AngularJS, one of the hottest JavaScript Frameworks available today.

But is it worth adding AngularJS to your development stack?

To me, the power of AngularJS is that you can create “snappy”, single-page applications (SPAs) very quickly – and they perform like they were built for the desktop. The code is easy to read, deploy, update and re-use. And your app can be used on multiple devices.

AngularJS is a client-side JavaScript framework with one core script, so you won’t have integrate a bunch of 3rd party scripts into your applications and then worry about whether they’ll be compatible in the future. Plus, they’re supported by a full-time team at Google as well as over 800 individual open-source contributors.

Plus, you can:

• Send and retrieve data from RESTful services
• Minimize code by using data binding
• Provide a way to organize code & allow teams to work together more efficiently
• Switch between application screens quickly without reloading the entire page
• Write tests to ensure your code is working properly
• Validate data submitted by users

And….well, I could go on and on.

In the AngularJS End-to-End Course at Interface Technical Training, you’ll be building fully functional app. You’ll actually put all the pieces together yourself. You’ll incorporate RESTful services and database interactions, Ajax calls from AngularJS to those services, and learn about all of the great functionality provided by AngularJS on the client-side such as data binding, validation, factories and services, custom directives, controllers and scope.

This course will provide you with all of the skills needed to build SPAs, enhance productivity and code re-use, and provide that desktop-like feel with a Web deployment model. Plus you’ll be able to ask all the questions you want, to ensure you take away best practices used by some of the biggest companies in the world.

This course can be attended in Phoenix or online using our amazing RemoteLive technology. Check out the outline for more details and I hope to see you in class soon!

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Dan Wahlin is the founder of Wahlin Consulting which specializes in Web technologies such as JavaScript, AngularJS, HTML5, Node.js, C#, ASP.NET MVC, Web API and SharePoint. He speaks at conferences and user groups around the world and has written several books on Web technologies. He has also published several courses covering a range of technologies including the new AngularJS JumpStart course.  Dan blogs at http://weblogs.asp.net/dwahlin, runs the Web Weekly newsletter (a great way to stay up on the latest technologies), and writes columns for various technical magazines.

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