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Frontend Web Development Training Certification Course

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Gain expertise in the latest and most popular JavaScript framework of Angular 2, and learn to develop and deploy spectacular, new-age web applications. Join this comprehensive course and be among the first to leverage the power of Angular 2 to build complex, interactive, responsive, user-friendly, and scalable front-end web or mobile applications.

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Course Overview
Front-End and Angular 2 Introduction
Our front-end development training will introduce you to Angular 2. Learn how to successfully install, the hackable text and source code editor, and also learn how to use Git commands through command prompt.
Set Up a Development Environment with Node.js and NPM
Set up a working environment geared toward web development using Node.js and NPM.
Angular 2 SPA Frameworks and Its Supporting Technologies
Learn how to create single-page applications along with learning different types of technologies that support Angular 2. These include ES6 and TypeScript.
Angular 2 Core Basics and Its Components
Master bootstrapping Angular 2 applications, creating components, new routers, events, decorators, directives, injectable, pipes, and other constructs.
Stateless Protocols and Data Binding Using JSON
Get hands-on knowledge of writing HTTP clients, and get a brief on request methods (GET and POST). Also, learn how to bind data with JSON along with data transformation.
Progressive Web Apps
Learn how to use modern browser features that allow websites to behave like native apps on mobile devices.
Testing, Change detection, and Data/State Management
Learn unit testing, change detection, and data or state management.
Highly Experienced
Develop 2 Production-Quality Angular2 Projects
Lifetime Access to Dashboard
Free Job Preparation Week
Course Syllabus
  • Evolution of the web
  • Introduction to front end frameworks
  • What is Single Page Application
  • How SPA works
  • Traditional website
  • Misconception about SPA
  • What's new in SPA
  • Benefits of SPA
  • History of Angular
  • Problems with angular 1.x
  • Introduction to Angular 2
  • Transpilers
  • Tech Supporting ng2
  • Dev Environment Setup
  • Hello World Example - ng2
  • What is ES6?
  • Does All browser supports ES6?
  • Some basic features of ES6
  • Scoping
  • Destructuring
  • Promises
  • Arrow functions
  • Drawback of Arrow Function
  • Generators
  • Classes
  • Inheritance
  • Get & Set
  • Module
  • Sets and Maps
  • WeakMap
  • Rest parameters
  • Spread
  • Iterators
  • Typescript features
  • Typescript: Data types
  • Functions
  • Function: Inferring the types
  • Typescript: Classes
  • Typescript: Inheritance
  • Typescript: Interface
  • Public ; private; and protected modifiers
  • Generics
  • Generic Types
  • Generic Classes
  • Generic Constraints
  • Typescript: Decorators
  • Enable Experimental Support for Decorators
  • Class Decorator
  • Property Decorator
  • Method Decorator
  • Parameter Decorator
  • TypeScript Modules
  • Implicit Internal Modules
  • Named Internal Modules
  • Exports
  • External Modules
  • Namespace
  • Mixins
  • Angular 2 Project
  • Angular 2 Architecture
  • Angular 2 beta
  • Gulp
  • Webpack
  • webpack dev server
  • Sass
  • Jasmine
  • Karma
  • Angular 2 beta
  • Running Angular 2 beta application
  • Understanding Tsconfig.json
  • Typings
  • Bootstrapping Angular App
  • Project Structure
  • Angular Module
  • Angular Library Module
  • Basics of component
  • Component Decorator
  • Component Decorator details
  • Advantage and limitations of component
  • Interpolation
  • Template Expressions
  • Template Statements
  • Binding Syntax
  • Property Binding
  • Property binding or interpolation?
  • Attribute Bindings
  • Class binding
  • Style binding
  • Event Binding
  • Local Template Variables
  • Built-in Directives - NgClass ; NgStyle;NgIf;NgFor;ngNonBindable;NgSwitch
  • * and
  • Difference in Event & Property Binding
  • Two way data binding with ngModel
  • User Input
  • Form Controls in Angular 2
  • Controls and Control Groups
  • Form & NgForm
  • input & NgControl
  • Error & Validation Handling
  • CSS for Forms
  • Custom validation
  • Dependency Injection
  • Why dependency injection?Dependency Injection: Usage
  • Configuring the injector
  • Injectable Decorators
  • Dependency Injection Tokens
  • Component in Angular 2
  • Metadata for Classes
  • Styles
  • Encapsulation
  • Templates
  • Component Availability
  • Annotations
  • Event Delegation
  • Delegation: EventEmitter
  • ViewChildren & Content Children
  • Directives
  • Difference between Directives and Component
  • Directive Metadata
  • Types of directive
  • Point to remember
  • Host
  • HostBinding
  • HostListener
  • Web Component
  • ExportAs
  • LifeCycle
  • ngOnInit
  • ngOnChanges
  • ngDoCheck
  • ngOnDestroy
  • Input
  • Output.
  • Pipes
  • Chaining pipes
  • Parameters in Pipe
  • Custom Pipe
  • Async Pipes
  • Built In Pipes -date
  • Slice
  • Decimal
  • Percent
  • Currency
  • J-son
  • Lowercase
  • Uppercase
  • About Pipe in detail
  • Router
  • Behavior of Browser
  • Introduction to Router
  • The Basics
  • Configuration
  • RouteConfig
  • RouterOutlet
  • RouterLink
  • Navigation
  • Life Cycle
  • Two critical points
  • Child Routers
  • Query Parameters
  • URL Style/HTML5 Mode
  • Linker Route Parameters
  • Http Client
  • HTTP Get
  • Post Methods
  • Promises
  • Observables vs Promises
  • Transforming Data
  • Custom Headers
  • Query String Parameters
  • Intro to RxJS
  • Intro to Services in Angular 2
  • Service
  • Inject the HeroService
  • Providers Overview
  • Simple Service Example
  • Lifecycle Hooks Component Lifecycle
  • Methods - OnInit
  • OnDestroy
  • DoCheck
  • OnChanges
  • AfterContentInit
  • AfterContentChecked
  • AfterViewInit.
  • Events in Angular Event Emitter Class
  • Emit Method
  • Next Method
  • Subscribe Method
  • Migrating Angular 1 to 2 Code Changes
  • Upgrade Adapter
  • Hybrid App Angular 1 & 2
  • Upgrade
  • Controllers
  • Testing Angular 2 Apps Unit Testing
  • Technologies - Jasmine
  • Mock Dependencies
  • Testing
  • Components
  • End to End Tests
  • Performance Tests Deployment
  • Introduction To Progressive Web App
  • What Is Progressive Web App
  • Why Progressive Web App
  • Characteristics Of Progressive Web App
  • Core Tenets Of Progressive Web App- Service Workers
  • App Shell
  • App Manifest
  • First Progressive Web App Intro
  • Install And Verify Web Server
  • Architect The App Shell
  • Implement Your App Shell
  • Java Script App Code
  • Start App With Fast First Load
  • Differntaiting The First Run
  • Inject Data
  • Test App
  • Use Service Workers
  • Register The Service Worker
  • Cache The Site Assets
  • Test Out In Offline Mode
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
Projects Which Students Will Develop
Own Web Site
This project aims at creating your own website with all the images, description and proper working links. The web site shouldn't have any JavaScript errors.
Own Web Site
Restaurant Finder Website
This project aims at creating a website where in the users can search for restaurants present in a particular area. Mapping for the restaurant should also be available in the website.
Restaurant Finder Website
Simple Form Creation
This project aims at creating a simple form with all the basic functionalities.
Simple Form Creation
Front End for a Social Networking website
This project aims at creating a website which has simple and good graphics and colours. Create a good, shared environment where the content can be easily produced.
Front End for a Social Networking website
Event App
This project aims at creating a simple application to create and view HTML5, CSS3, JS and jQuery events.
Event App
Ride Sharing website
This project aims at creating a website where the users can share a cab among themselves easily and conveniently. Easing payment options should also b incorporated in the website.
Ride Sharing website
Job Preparation Week
After you complete your course, our unique job preperation solution makes sure you can check out all the essentials of your job preperation checklist, right from your resume to your interview skills.
In-depth Mock Interviews
With 2 In depth mock interviews, you are at complete edge over the others.
Resume Building And Interview Questions
Resume builds the first impression and we help you build a resume that stands out.
Online Reputation Building
Helps build a strong online presence in LinkedIn, Git, Stack Overflow and many more.
Resume Sharing With Top Employers
Your resume is shared with top employers, so that you find your dream job.
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This course is an advanced course over the basic Front-End Web Development course. Here you will learn TypeScript, ES6, and AngularJS which is a client-side JavaScript framework that allows you to extend HTML vocabulary for your application.
Angular 2 is a complete rewrite of Angular JS and will provide you with performance gains that you desperately need to make your applications click across different platforms. Angular 2 offers modularity in development that will help you write a cleaner and a testable code. It will also help you reduce browser compatibility issues.
Though, the official Angular 2 team recommends using Microsoft’s TypeScript language, however, knowing it beforehand is not necessary. It is enough to know basic JavaScript. Knowing basic HTML and CSS will also help.
This course is for professionals who want to gain expertise in web development. Web developers, software engineers, mobile app developers, and candidates with technical background will benefit from this course. Newcomers are also welcome.
All our mentors are professionals with at least 5+ years of experience in front-end development. Love for coding and passion for teaching are two essential pre-requisites for all our mentors.
The training is conducted through live, online-mentoring, where you can take the lessons from any place of your convenience from our expert mentor.
Absolutely! We strongly encourage students coming up with their own ideas.
Besides the time you spend for attending the classes, dedicating around 7 to 8 hours per week will be sufficient.
All you need is a
Windows or Mac machine and
An internet connection of at least 500 KBPS
You will be guided by our team for installation and configuration. The detailed installation guide will be provided to help you install softwares you need to install for the course.
You will always find the recorded videos of the lectures you have missed in your dashboard. This way you will never miss a lecture.
Of course, you can do that. In fact, we suggest you communicate with your mentor whenever you come across any trouble while taking the course.
We have partnered with Fortune 500 companies for providing placement assistance. Besides, we provide a free 'Placement Assistance Week' to help you prepare yourself for the interviews.
You have lifetime access to recorded sessions. So you can go through them anytime you want.
Mail us at with your mobile number and we will reach out to you.