Angular 1 and NodeJS along with ExpressJS (NodeJS Framework) and MongoDB formed the MEAN stack. Now it is the time to get into MEAN 2.0 and exchange Angular 1 with Angular 4.
This course includes described explanation of the core ideas used as well as about Angular in general. But, keep in mind that, as this course is no Angular course, having other useful resources at hand is recommended.
In this course, Maximilian, a very experienced web developer as well as author of two 5-star rated Udemy courses and host of a YouTube Coding Channel, will help you on a hands-on journey to get you to build your own Angular + NodeJS Applications in no time.
This course follows a hands-on approach, which means that the whole course is formed around one big application and the different ideas will be described in details as they are introduced in this application. This concept allows you to not get stuck in the theory, but see real practical examples instantly.
Hands-on: Build a real application throughout this course
In this course you will make a real application and while building it, you will learn how to create an Angular front end step by step and hook it up to a secure and flexible NodeJS backend. To Start off with a basic application, the course project will quickly incorporate user management, authentication, authorization, error handling, frontend and backend routing and much more!
This course teaches you:
- How to set up a NodeJS + Express + MongoDB + Angular Application
- How to use NodeJS and Express efficiently
- How to make reusable components in Angular and build a reactive User Experience with the Tools provided by Angular
- How to connect your NodeJS (or any other language!) backend with your Angular App through Angular’s Http Service
- How to provide appropriate endpoints on your Backend, for your Frontend to consume
- How to build your Application more secure by implementing Users and Authentication as well as Authorization
- How to handle errors gracefully
If you need more details about this course, visit here-> The Practical MEAN Stack Guide