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Tuesday, June 19 • 9:00am - 11:50am
CANCELLED:PRO TALK: Introduction to Angular 6

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Alain Chautard will go through an introduction to the Angular framework. If you don't know anything about Angular, that's a perfect opportunity to learn all of the basics and get you started with the framework! Alain will talk about TypeScript, components, services, pipes, and how to work with Angular CLI through live coding. More specifically, we are going to understand how Angular works and how it runs in a browser. We're also going to talk about Angular CLI, a tool to help scaffold an Angular application. This presentation will be packed with examples to help understand how easy it is to write Angular web applications.

Introduction to Angular 6

  • Typical architecture of an Angular application

  • Using Angular CLI to scaffold our app

  • Building Blocks – Components, Services, Pipes, Directives

Lab 1: Creating components with Angular CLI

Creation of two different components with Angular CLI to build the user interface for a store

Lab 2: Bindings

  • Use @Input to pass data to a component

  • Make changes to a component template

Services and dependency injection
  • Introduction to Angular services

  • Introduction to RxJS observables

  • Using the HttpClient to retrieve server data

Lab 3: Connecting our Angular front-end with a back-end server

  • We finalize our application by connecting the front-end and the back-end, effectively rendering server data on the client side in the browser.

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Alain Chautard

Angular Expert, Trainer & Mentor, AngularTraining.com
Alain is a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies / Angular. He started working with Angular JS in 2011. Since then he has worked with all Angular versions on a daily basis, both as a developer and as a technical trainer. He is the organizer of the Sacramento Angular Meetup group... Read More →

Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:00am - 11:50am
Workshop Stage 1