In my recently published book, Angular for Enterprise-Ready Web Applications, Second Edition, there are fourteen chapters and four appendices to cover the gamut of web development from design and execution to full-stack implementation and cloud deployments using DevOps techniques. At the end of each chapter there are a set of questions to reinforce the information covered in the book. In total there are seventy-six questions.
Below is quick overview of each chapter, the appendices, and a download link for Appendix D, Self-Assessment Answers. If you'd like me to develop more interactive content fill out the surver at the bottom.
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Chapter 1, Introduction to Angular and Its Concepts, introduces the reader to the world of Angular and web development.
Chapter 2, Setting Up Your Development Environment, goes over a scriptable way to set up your environment.
Chapter 3, Creating a Basic Angular App, introduces the Kanban method of software development with easy-to-use design tools used to communicate ideas, going over Angular fundamentals, and leveraging CLI tools to maximize your impact.
Chapter 4, Automated Testing, CI, and Release to Production, covers unit testing,
continuous integration, and rapid cloud deployments.
Chapter 5, Delivering High-Quality UX with Material, introduces you to Angular
Material and explains how to use it to build great-looking apps.
Chapter 6, Forms, Observables, and Subjects, teaches you to become comfortable using Angular forms and reactive programming with RxJS.
Chapter 7, Creating a Router-First Line-of-Business App, focuses on the Router-first architecture, a seven-step approach to the design and development of mid-to-large line-of-business applications.
Chapter 8, Designing Authentication and Authorization, dives into authentication and authorization related patterns in Angular and RESTful applications.
Chapter 9, DevOps Using Docker, dives deep into containerization with Docker
to enable repeatable development and operational workflows across diverse
Chapter 10, RESTful APIs and Full-Stack Implementation, walks you through the
implementation of a real-world MEAN stack application to support line-of-business applications.
Chapter 11, Recipes – Reusability, Routing, and Caching, contains recipes around
capturing and manipulating user data commonly needed for line-of-business
Chapter 12, Recipes – Master/Detail, Data Tables, and NgRx, contains recipes around presenting user data commonly needed for line-of-business applications and an introduction to implementing the Flux pattern in Angular using NgRx.
Chapter 13, Highly Available Cloud Infrastructure on AWS, moves beyond application features to go over provisioning a highly-available cloud infrastructure on AWS.
Chapter 14, Google Analytics and Advanced Cloud Ops, goes over the nuances of
owning, operating, and optimizing your cloud infrastructure, and using Google
Analytics to capture user behavior.
Appendix A, Debugging Angular, covers how to deal with common Angular errors and breakpoint debugging using Chrome DevTools.
Appendix B, Angular Cheat Sheet, is a quick reference for Angular CLI commands,
major Angular components, and common RxJS operators.
Appendix C, Keeping Angular and Tools Evergreen, includes detailed information about how to keep your development environment, Angular, and its dependencies
up to date. You can read this appendix online at https://expertlysimple.io/stay-evergreen.
(Online) Appendix D, Self-Assessment Answers, has the answers to the test questions at the end of each chapter. You can read this appendix online right below.
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There simply wasn't enough room left in the print copy version of the book to include this appendix.
Download Appendix D, Self-Assessment Answers here.
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