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AngularJS Tutorials - For Beginners & Advanced Developers

Angular.js is a JavaScript framework that lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your application. It is fully extensible and works well with other libraries.

So far, we have published 30 AngularJS tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 1149012 (One Million One Hundred Forty Nine Thousand Twelve) developers and architects.

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Abstract: Using Angular Universal and Node.js to build an application using the Pokémon API to show a list of pokémons and their details. The application would be rendered from the server.
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Abstract: This article explains the high level architecture of an Angular application. Then it discusses the core concepts of the framework with some sample code snippets written in TypeScript.
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Abstract: This Angular cheat sheet is a quick reference to get you going with Angular development. It uses Angular v4 with TypeScript.
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Abstract: Using Angular ng-template to promote a HTML Table as a Data Grid with databinding for CRUD operations.
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Abstract: Comparing VueJS to Angular and React js based on account performance, functionality, design flexibility and the learning curve.
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Abstract: In this tutorial, we will explore how to develop an Angular 4 application using TypeScript. We will also explore Angular 4 New Features, Angular CLI, as well as differences between Angular v2 vs 4 application development.

Angular 2 with Webpack

Posted by: Mahesh Sabnis , on 3/2/2017
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Abstract: Setting up Angular 2 with Webpack. Webpack optimizes module loading in the browser by minimizing the number of requests, and reducing the overall size.
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Abstract: This Angular 2 DatePicker tutorial shows how to use the DatePicker UI element from the Angular 2 bootstrap project.
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Abstract: In an Angular 2 application, a parent component can pass data to a child component. This article will demonstrate how to do it using @input binding.
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Abstract: TypeScript simplifies development while creating angular modules and controllers. This article demonstrates the use of TypeScript in AngularJS applicatons
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Abstract: Using Angular.js $q.all to call multiple ASP.NET Web API services at a time

Biological Modeling with AngularJS

Posted by: Gil Fink , on 4/27/2016
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Abstract: A small use case of how to create a visualization of some biology data using AngularJS
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Abstract: Sharing data across Angularjs controllers using Angular Factory object
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Abstract: Using $httpBackEnd object in Angular.js for unit testing Angular services.

Angular.js Service and Factory

Posted by: Mahesh Sabnis , on 2/11/2016
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Abstract: Understanding Angular.js services and factories, its differences and which one should you use.
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Abstract: Unit testing Angular Controllers using Jasmine and Karma without requiring DOM.

Angular 2: Developer Preview

Posted by: Ravi Kiran , on 11/27/2015
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Abstract: Angular 2 is written from ground-up using latest features available in the web ecosystem. This article explains some core concepts and principles and also teaches you how to create an Angular 2 component using TypeScript.
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Abstract: Learn to create interesting biological models and graphics using SVG and AngularJS
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Abstract: Use Require.js and Angular.js in Visual Studio. We will use Bower to manage dependencies.
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Abstract: In this article, we will how to use Angular’s $http service in an ASP.NET MVC app to retrieve data from the server.
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Abstract: Use AngularJS to search a grid populated using ASP.NET WebAPI
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Abstract: In this last part of our AngularJS and Web API series, we will perform Insert/Update/Delete operations in our Project Tracking Website by using of AngularJS Services and Controllers
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Abstract: See how routing works in AngularJS and how it helps navigate different views as per the users requirements
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Abstract: This AngularJS cheat sheet aims at providing a quick reference to the most commonly used features in AngularJS. This cheat sheet is part 2 and aimed at Developers having Intermediate/Advanced skills.
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Abstract: This AngularJS cheat sheet aims at providing a quick reference to the most commonly used features in AngularJS. It will also make you quickly productive with Angular. The cheat sheet is divided into two parts: Beginners and Intermediate/Advanced Developers.
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Abstract: Explore how AngularJS Services plays an important role in our application development. We will separate the HTTP service call into AngularJS service and use it by injecting it into our Controllers.
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Abstract: Use some of the built-in AngularJS Directives and learn how to apply filters, to sort and filter a table.
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Abstract: Take a closer look at AngularJS Controllers. We will use AngularJS controllers to build the model for our Project Tracking website. Initially we will build the models for our project with some static data and later we will replace them with calls to HTTP Services.
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Abstract: This article shows how to build REST based services using ASP.NET Web API
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Abstract: A brief overview of why do we need AngularJS, what is AngularJS and an example of using AngularJS. This article is Part 1 of an interactive Project Tracking website using ASP.NET Web API and AngularJS.

  
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