Building a Site with Angular and PHP

Building a Site with Angular and PHP
Building a Site with Angular and PHP

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 3h 51m | 584 MB
eLearning | Skill level: Intermediate


PHP is the most widely-used web programming language in the world, and Angular is one of best-known JavaScript frameworks today. This course will teach you to create a Single-Page Application (SPA) with Angular and connect it to a PHP backend.

Angular is probably the most widely used JavaScript framework today, and PHP is the most-used web programming language by a wide margin. In this course, Building a Site with Angular and PHP, you’ll learn to combine the powers of both technologies. You start with an introduction to Angular, and then set up a PHP backend with a JSON interface and database storage. Next, you’ll explore TypeScript, a prerequisite for Angular, and finally dive right into the JavaScript framework and its concepts. When you have finished this course, you’ll not only have a good understanding of Angular, but you’ll also have learned how to connect your app to a PHP backend.

+ Table of Contents

01 – Course Overview
02 – Introduction
03 – Atwood’s Law
04 – Prerequisites
05 – System Requirements
06 – About Angular
07 – The Angular Timeline
08 – (Some) Angular Features
09 – Installing Node.js
10 – Installing the Angular CLI
11 – Starting the Application
12 – About Visual Studio Code
13 – Configuring Visual Studio Code
14 – Summary
15 – Introduction
16 – Agenda
17 – Installing TypeScript
18 – Using TypeScript in Visual Studio Code
19 – Types in TypeScript
20 – Type Annotations in Functions
21 – Interfaces
22 – Classes
23 – Modules
24 – Summary
25 – Introduction
26 – Angular Terminology
27 – Angular Modules
28 – Angular Components
29 – Data Binding with Expressions
30 – Demo – Fun with Countries
31 – Template Directives
32 – Event Handling
33 – Multiple Components
34 – Input Properties
35 – Summary
36 – Introduction
37 – Protocol_format Choices
38 – Using JSON in PHP
39 – Creating Model Classes
40 – Creating a PHP Service
41 – Creating an Angular Service
42 – Consuming an Angular Service
43 – Security Concerns
44 – Summary
45 – Introduction
46 – Updating the Service
47 – Refactoring the Components
48 – Routing in Angular
49 – Configuring the Router
50 – Working with Routes
51 – Lifecycle Hooks
52 – Two-way Data Binding
53 – Publishing the App
54 – Summary


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