This framework consists of several libraries, some core and others optional.
To write Angular applications, you compose HTML templates with Angular markup, write component classes to manage those templates, add application logic in services, and perform boxing of components and services in modules. Then launch the app by bootstrapping the root module.
Angular presents your application content in a browser and responds to user interactions according to the instructions you've provided.
By the end of this course you should able to:
- Understand importance of Angular and its key features.
- Learn about the Angular Library and MVC framework
- Create Controllers and share data between Controllers
- Dependency Injection Concepts
- Learn Custom Directives, Filters and overview of Creating Routes
- Description of Angular Modules
- Deploy Validations and Business Logic in Controllers
- Integrating Angular with MVC Web API
- Work on real-time AngularJS 4 applications