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Impelits provide quality training and corporate training courses by the real-time facility and well-trained web developers. Our AngularJS tutorial will help you to get knowledge in latest angular versions


AngularJS is a JavaScript open-source web application framework which can be added to an HTML page along with a tag. It is a library written in JavaScript which extends HTML attributes with directives & binds data to HTML with expressions.
It simplifies development and testing of applications by providing a framework for client-side model–view–controller (MVC) architecture, commonly used in rich internet applications.
Introduction to AngularJS
What does AngularJS do for me?
Who controls AngularJS?
How can I get AngularJS?
Our first AngularJS application
A basic application
Using angular-seed
The pieces of the puzzle
Two-way data binding
How it fits together
How much of the page is an Angular application?
Model, View, Controller from the AngularJS Perspective
Where Controllers fit in, and what they do, from Angular’s perspective
Managing Scope
Setting up Behavior
Building a basic controller
A more advanced controller
How to create a model
Explicit models
Implicit models
Angular’s take on the View: a little bit different
Tying a View to a Controller
Tying a View to a model
Expressions are lightweight code snippets
Expression capabilities
The border between expressions and $eval
Standard filters
Writing your own filter
Tying filters together
What are scopes?
What do scopes provide?
Scope lifecycle
Scopes as glue between controller and view
Scope hierarchies
Scope and events
Angular Forms
Angular forms vs HTML forms
Angular form controls
Form events
The form controller
Form validation
CSS classes for form data
Ajax, Data, and Angular
High level interactions with servers
Low-level server interactions with $http
The deferred/promises API
Teaching HTML new tricks
Binding text and attributes
Directive processing lifecycle
DOM Processing
A basic directive
Directives and scopes
Creating reusable directives
Turning directives into components
Testing in Angular
Unit testing
Working with Dependency Injection
Other unit testing issues
End-to-end testing
Angular’s E2E testing framework
Commands and expectations
Controlling what happens before and after the test
Running a scenario

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