Angular for Front End Engineers


Explore HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Angular without installing anything! This course is designed for intermediate learners who already have a solid foundation of basic skills in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. However, a broad overview of these topics will also be provided for beginning learners. The modules in this course cover web development basics, introduction to Angular, and developing an Angular application. At the end of the course, learners will fully develop a todo application using HTML, CSS, and Angular. To allow for a truly hands-on, self-paced learning experience, this course is video-free. Assignments contain short explanations with images and suggested exploration examples, building a deeper understanding by doing. You'll benefit from instant feedback from a variety of assessment items along the way, gently progressing from quick understanding checks (multiple choice, fill in the blank, and un-scrambling answer blocks) to small, approachable exercises that take minutes instead of hours.

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