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Blogular

During the last past year, I trained a lot of people on AngularJS in my company. Lately, I was thinking that our repository was old and not really good looking.

Then, I had an idea, what if I wanted to train people outside of my company, like in university for example. So with this idea I decided to create a new set of exercises to learn how to develop a web application using AngularJS. That is exactly what Blogular is.

This repository comes with a lot of branches, each exercise has a step-x branch and a step-x-solution branch which is a solution.

You can get this training set here : github.com/AshDevFr/blogular

These are the already created steps:

  • Step 1 - Databinding
  • Step 2 - Create a controller
  • Step 3 - Scope inheritance
  • Step 4 - Load data from the controller
  • Step 5 - Form usage
  • Step 6 - Article creation
  • Step 7 - ControllerAs
  • Step 8 - Event
  • Step 9 - $http
  • Step 10 - Router with ngRoute
  • Step 11 - Delete an article
  • Step 12 - Edit an article
  • Step 13 - Form validation
  • Step 14 - Create a service
  • Step 15 - Use $resource instead of $http
  • Step 16 - Filters
  • Step 17 - Search (with filters)
  • Step 18 - Sort
  • Step 19 - Create a filter
  • Step 20 - ngSwitch
  • Step 21 - Create a directive

Some steps are in progress and will be released soon :

  • Step 22 - Create your own Provider
  • Step 23 - UI-Router as an alternative to ngRoute
  • Step 24 - Optimization (through bindonce, debounce, etc...)
  • Step 25 - Filters (use them on JS side)
  • Step 26 - Promises ($q)
  • Step 27 - Create a directive with transclude
  • Step 28 - Form element (Create a custom form element)
  • Step 29 - Translation
  • Step 30 - REST (transformRequest/Response)
  • Step 31 - Interceptors / Decorators
  • Step 32 - CSRF (Header manipulation)
  • Step 33 - Unit test: Controller
  • Step 34 - Unit test: Directive
  • Step 35 - Unit test: Filter
  • Step 36 - Unit test: Service
  • Step 37 - E2E test

This is how it looks like (step 21) :

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Sylvain

I'm a 33 yo french guy, living in the Bay area. I work as a software engineer.

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