Angular for Material Design: Leverage Angular Material and TypeScript to Build a Rich User Interface for Web Apps

  • 3h 34m
  • Venkata Keerti Kotaru
  • Apress
  • 2020

Build Angular applications faster and better with TypeScript and Material Design. You will learn how to build a web interface and use Google's open source Angular Material library of ready-made and easy-to-use components.

This book uses Angular with TypeScript (a superset to JavaScript) to enable use of data types and take advantage of programming constructs such as classes, interfaces, generic templates, and more. You also will utilize various Angular features, including data binding, components, services, etc. You will build a single page application with the help of routing capabilities available out of the box (Angular CLI) and interface with remote services over HTTP.

What You Will Learn

  • Build an application using Angular, TypeScript, and Angular Material
  • Understand Angular concepts such as components, directives, services, and more
  • Use TypeScript features, including data types, classes, interfaces, generic templates, etc.
  • Build a single page application (SPA) with routing features and integrate it with server-side remote services

Who This Book Is For

Beginning to intermediate level professionals will learn about web development using Angular, TypeScript, and Angular Material. Patterns and practices are recommended to be a successful developer. Basic knowledge of JavaScript is helpful.

About the Author

Venkata Keerti Kotaru has been in software development for over 17 years. He is a three-time Microsoft MVP and the author of a book on AngularJS, and several technology articles from Dot Net Curry and DNC magazine. He holds a master's degree in software systems from the University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis and St. Paul, USA.

Keerti started the technology meetup group, AngularJS Hyderabad. He has been a regular speaker. He also has presented multiple sessions at Google Developer Groups (GDG) and Google’s Annual Event Dev Fest. And he presented technology sessions for TechGig (Times Now group), and the AngularJS Pune and AngularJS Chicago meetup groups.

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Getting Started
  • Modules
  • Angular: Components
  • Angular: Data Binding and Change Detection
  • Angular: Directives
  • Angular: Services and Dependency Injection
  • Material Design: User Input
  • Angular: Building Forms
  • Material Design: Additional Form Fields
  • Angular: Routing
  • Material Design: Navigation
  • Material Design: Layout
  • Material Design: Using Lists
  • Material Design: Alerts and Dialogs
  • Angular: HTTP Client


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