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FrontEnd Web Development and Angular JS Session 1 of 7

9/14/2013 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Front End Development with AngularJS (7 x 3 hour sessions)

Session 1 : What is front end development? (09/28/13 11:30a - 2:30p)

Web Development Terminology and overview

Understanding the browser , html, and css

SPA (single page application) concepts

Hands On : Setting up your environment (editors, browsers, and local server)

Session 2 : Hacking Design (10/05/13 11:30a - 2:30p)

HTML fundamentals (structure, divs, tables, forms, lists, and html5 tags)

CSS fundamentals

Introduction to Bootstrap

Using Themes

Hands On : Creating a 'Clean Slate' app page

Session 3 : Introduction to Javascript and Frameworks (10/12/13 11:30a - 2:30p)

Javascript the language

What are MVC frameworks and why do we use them

Introduction to AngularJS

Introduction to AngularStrap

Hands On : AngularJS Todo App

Session 4 : Javascript deep div (10/19/13 11:30a - 2:30p)

Data types

Variables

Looping

Functions

Hands On : Learn Javascript in 60 Minutes

Session 5 : AngularJS deep dive (10/26/13 11:30a - 3:30p)

The angularjs model, view, and controller concepts

Scope and Rootscope

Loops, Filters, and Animation

Templates, Views, and Routes

Hands On : AngularJS Tutorial App

Session 6 : Connecting to external services and API's (10/19/13 11:30a - 2:30p)

.ajax, .get, and .post

AngularJS, futures, and promises

Google Maps API

Communicating with your server

Hands On : Local Points of Interest app

Session 7 (11/02/13 11:30a - 2:30p)

Hackathon final exam

Stonly Baptiste (@stonlybaptiste) :

Stonly is a full stack developer that enjoys working on backend (Python, Go, Erlang), frontend(jQuery, AngularJS), database admin(MognoDB, MySQL), and dev ops(AWS, Heroku, App Engine) just as equally. As EVP of Software at @independenceIT, he lead the redesign and architecture of the flagship software product into a Single Page Application masterpiece. During the process, Stonly fell in love with AngularJS. He loves to teach and share the instant gratification of front end development.

Matthew Housden (@qwaitx) :

Matthew is a web application developer with @independenceIT that spends a lot of time working with different frameworks, both for front-end and back-end web site development. While he works primarily with Bootstrap, he has a wide knowledge of many CSS Frameworks. JQuery, AngularJS and other javascript frameworks are also a part of his working knowledge. Combined with multiple backend frameworks in different languages such as Python, Go, and Ruby. As he is inquisitive, he likes testing and working with a lot of different open source libraries.

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