Angular Tutorials For Begineers and Professionals

Angular Tutorials For Beginners and Professionals

Angular Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals

In this Angular Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals article series, we are going to cover all the features of Angular 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. You will learn from very basic to the advanced level features of Angular as we progress in this course. So, please go through this Angular Tutorial course and I am sure at the end of this course, you will become a professional angular developer.

Why I Create this Angular Tutorials Course?

Nowadays many new developers and students are struggling to learn Angular in quick time as there are many versions (as of now Angular 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9) are coming into the market and moreover, lots of technologies are used like JavaScript, jQuery and much more. And because of this developers and students get confused about how to start learning. By considering the above problem and helping students as well as developers who want to learn Angular in a quick time, I have decided to start this Angular Tutorials article series.

Should I learn AngularJS before learning Angular?

NO, Angular 2 is completely rewritten from the ground and totally different from AngularJS. So there is no need to learn AngularJS before learning Angular 2 or any new higher versions.

What is Angular?

Angular is an open-source front-end development platform developed by Google that makes it easy to build Mobile and Desktop web applications. Angular now comes with the latest features such as templates, dependency injection, Forms, Pipes, HTTP Service, component, Directives, etc. which are basically needed to build a complex and sophisticated application that lives on the web, mobile, or the desktop.

Why do we need Angular?

“Angular is an open-source JavaScript framework that simplifies binding of code between JavaScript objects and HTML UI elements.”

Let us try to understand the above definition and also why we need angular with an example. In the following image, we have written a simple JavaScript function with the name “Customer” and as part of the function, we have initialized one property with the “EmployeeName”. Then we have also created an object called “Emp” which is of the “Employee” type.

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Now let us say in the above Employee object we want to bind an HTML text box called “TxtEmployeeName”. In other words, when we do any changes in the HTML TxtEmployeeName text box, then the changes should be get reflected into the EmployeeName property of the employee object. Similarly, when we do any changes in the EmployeeName property of the employee object, then that changes should also be reflected or updated into the TxtEmployeeName text box in the UI.

<input type=text id=”TxtEmployeeName” onchange=”UItoObject()”/>

In order to achieve the above requirement between the UI (TxtEmployeeName textbox) and the object (EmployeeName property), as a developer, we need to write two JavaScript functions as shown in the below image. The UItoObject function will take the data from UI i.e. from the TxtEmployeeName textbox and sets it to the EmployeeName property of the employee object. On the other hand, the ObjecttoUI function takes data from the employee object (EmployeeName property) and sets it to UI element i.e. TxtEmployeeName textbox.

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So, if you analyze the above code visually, then it looks like something as shown in the below image. Here, both the javascript functions (UItoObject and ObjecttoUI) are doing nothing but binding code logic between the UI to object.

Why do we need Angular?

Now the same code can be written in Angular as shown below. With the following piece of code, whatever you type in the textbox, it will automatically update the same in the EmployeeName property of the “Employee” object, and when the EmployeeName property of the “Employee” object gets updated, the same also updates the UI textbox.

<input type=text [(ngModel)]=” Employee. EmployeeName”/>

Now, if you analyze the above code visually, then you will end up with something as shown in the below image. You have the VIEW which is nothing but your HTML, your MODEL objects which is nothing but your JavaScript functions, and the binding code in Angular which will bind the value between the UI and Object.

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Now that binding code has different vocabularies in industry. They are as follows

  1. ViewModel: As it connects the “Model” and the “View”.
  2. Presenter: As it contains the presentation logic.
  3. Controller: As it controls how the view and model will communicate with each other.

To avoid this vocabulary confusion Angular team has termed this binding code as “Whatever”. It’s that “Whatever” code that actually binds the UI and the Model. So, concluding the whole goal of Angular is Binding, Binding, and Binding.

This Angular Tutorial Course is For Whom?

This Angular Tutorial Course is designed for beginners as well as professionals developers who want to learn Angular step by step with real-time examples. This Tutorial provides a hands-on approach to the subject with step-by-step program examples that will assist you to learn and put the acquired knowledge into practice.

Prerequisites to Learn Angular

Before proceeding with this Angular tutorial course, you should have a basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, basic oops concept but it is not mandatory. In this Angular Tutorials article series, we will discuss all the concepts of Angular starting from the basics to advance as we progress.

What you will learn in this course?
  • You will learn how to develop a modern, complex, scalable, and responsive web application using Angular Framework.
  • You will understand the architecture behind an Angular application.
  • You will create single-page applications (SPA) with one of the most modern JavaScript frameworks.

This Angular Tutorials Course will cover all, from angular development environment Setup to angular application Deployment. With Modules and Offline Compilation. You will learn What exactly Directives, Services, Components, Authentication, Forms as well as you will also learn how to optimize an Angular Application. This tutorial will also teach you how to use the Angular CLI.

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26 thoughts on “Angular Tutorials For Beginners and Professionals”

  1. This is probably the best sites for .net people. As we prepare for interviews or learn new concepts, each and every article of this web site, has a very simple yet beautiful language to explain with good examples. I would rate this the best learning tutorial site for .net.

    I request admin to keep adding new stuff like ReactJS, Angular 6,7,8 or any other frameworks within .NET.

  2. Ibad Ur Rehman

    Really thankful for your efforts. Kindly update more articles of Angular.

    I request admin to keep adding new stuff like React Native, NodeJs, MongoDB


  3. Ganesh kumar Natarajan

    Excellent explanation of “Why do we need Angular?” Till now I went through lot of web sites, books and video tutorials but none given this much clear explanation. Thanks sir.

  4. Hi Team,
    Good efforts!! Appreciate your works!!! all the tutorials are easy to understand.

    Kind request, if possible please upload tutorials on WCF and WPF as well.


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