Angular 1.0 was released by Google in 2012, and quickly became the standard framework for writing a modern, UI front-end. Angular 2.0 was released in 2016, and represents a complete rewrite of the Angular framework. React, a competing library developed by Facebook, was introduced a year after Angular 1.0, and has recently become a viable competitor to Angular. The second part of this course demonstrates the techniques for developing a Single Page Application using the latest client-side UI technologies. The course can be customized to cover either Angular 2.0 or ReactJS, depending on the skill set and interests of the audience.
Key Learning Areas
- The TypeScript Programming language
- Client-side, Single Page Application UI development, choice of either:
- Angular 2.0
- Server-side development, choice of either
- .NET Core
- Programming Languages
- Client-Side Development
- Server-Side Development
- Optional: Desktop Development
Developers who are new to web programming and would like an introduction to the latest client and server side technologies, as well as experienced developers who are looking to update their applications to use the most modern web development methodologies.
The expected audience for this course is developers who have little or no experience writing browser-based apps or experienced developers who want to modernize their skills by learning the latest web development techniques.