Typescript, ES2015, and AngularJS knowledge is not required
All GitHub repositories and StackBlitz sample apps used in this course have been updated to use Angular v6.
This course focuses on the core concepts of Angular. Particular attention is given to the following areas:
RxJS Observables - learn about Reactive Programming in general, and then the specifics about the RxJS library that Angular uses with HTTP, forms, and routing. Observables, operator, and Subjects are all covered. These lectures are brand new: they were added in May 2018.
Change Detection - although this is at the heart of Angular, it is not yet widely understood. I'll explain all aspects of change detection. (Many of the questions I've answered on StackOverflow for Angular are due to a lack of understanding of how change detection works.)
Dependency Injection - see how this feature is much improved in Angular over AngularJS's version.
Inter-Component Communication and Data Flow - learn how to manage data flow through your Angular application, and how to insert logic hooks that trigger when data becomes available or when data changes.
Consider taking this course if you are a developer who wants to quickly learn Angular concepts without having to read the online docs, blog posts, GitHub issues, and StackOverflow posts. I've attempted to digest much of that information for you, and I've attempted to streamline this course as much as possible -- no fluff! (Honestly, you don't need a 28 hour course to learn Angular.)
I'll teach you how to architect an app and how to "think in Angular." I'll discuss the real and conceptual trees that Angular builds and uses to achieve very fast change detection and multi-level dependency injection.
While exploring the concepts I'll iteratively develop an Angular app that utilizes all of the core concepts. I'll also show you a number of separate, small Angular apps (using StackBlitz) that demonstrate specific framework functionality. I'll spend time discussing some of the recurring issues that I've seen come up on StackOverflow with the angular tag, and I'll discuss some StackOverflow posts that reveal new techniques that you can't find in the Angular documentation.
Who is the target audience?
This course is for developers who want to thoroughly learn some of the core Angular concepts
Udemy Link - https://www.udemy.com/angular-2-concepts-code-and-collective-wisdom/