Certified Angular 8 Developer

Certified Angular 8 Developer Tutorials

The Certified Angular 8 Developer course begins by guiding you from the scratch, from setup to deployment. There are various components taught in this certification, such as directive services, forms, HTTP access, authentication, optimizing and Angular app accompanied by modules and offline compilation. This certification will develop your knowledge in using the CLI and feature an entire project. Angular is a progressive and modern program you can learn today. It will skill you in making effective web apps as well.

Why become a Certified Angular 8 Developer?

Graduates and web developers who are willing to work in web development departments this course is suitable for such candidates. For those who are already working for firms and want to grow in their professional lives in terms of job opportunities and earning well, such employees can also apply for this certification.

Who will benefit from this certification?

Every organisation is filled with skilled applicants, it is necessary to look different and present the best, hence this course will work wonders for Job seekers, Graduates and individuals from the IT department. These people can gain benefit by getting this certification and making their CV’s look impressive and stronger.

Roles and Responsibilities of a Certified Angular 8 Developer

Start your preparation by knowing what are the tasks that a particular practitioner of a niche has to undertake after the certification. It is one of the most important things that any candidate should know. The list given below are the tasks of a Certified Angular 8 Developer.

  1. To deliver and undertake and function front end applications.
  2. To take care of the qualified performance of mentioned applications across all platforms, including desktops and mobile phones.
  3. To write tested idiomatic and documented characteristics of Javascript, HTML, and CSS
  4. Collaborating with developers and functioning between Angul developers and the HTML coder and Graphic designers.
  5. To ensure cooperation with back-end developers while building the Restful API
  6. To keep in touch with the external web services
  7. The tasks may vary from person to person based on their skills and experience

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  • The certifications will have a Government verification tag.
  • The Certification is valid for life.
  • Candidates will get lifelong e-learning access.
  • Access to free Practice Tests.
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Exam Process

Exam Details

  • Exam Duration: 60 minutes
  • Vskills Exam Code: VS-1591
  • Number  of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50
  • Passing marks: 25 (50%)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.

Course Details

Getting Started

  • Course Introduction
  • What is Angular?
  • Angular vs Angular 2 vs Angular 8
  • Project Setup and First App
  • Editing the First App
  • The Course Structure
  • How to get the Most out of the Course
  • What is TypeScript?
  • A Basic Project Setup using Bootstrap for Styling

The Basics

  • Module Introduction
  • How an Angular App gets Loaded and Started
  • Components are Important!
  • Creating a New Component
  • Understanding the Role of AppModule and Component Declaration
  • Using Custom Components
  • Creating Components with the CLI & Nesting Components
  • Working with Component Templates
  • Working with Component Styles
  • Fully Understanding the Component Selector
  • Assignment Solution
  • What is Databinding?
  • String Interpolation
  • Property Binding
  • Property Binding vs String Interpolation
  • Event Binding
  • Passing and Using Data with Event Binding
  • Two-Way-Databinding
  • Combining all Forms of Databinding
  • Assignment Solution
  • Understanding Directives
  • Using ngIf to Output Data Conditionally
  • Enhancing ngIf with an Else Condition
  • Styling Elements Dynamically with ngStyle
  • Applying CSS Classes Dynamically with ngClass
  • Outputting Lists with ngFor
  • Assignment Solution
  • Getting the Index when using ngFor

Course Project – The Basics

  • Project Introduction
  • Planning the App
  • Setting up the Application
  • Creating the Components
  • Using the Components
  • Adding a Navigation Bar
  • Creating a “Recipe” Model
  • Adding Content to the Recipes Components
  • Outputting a List of Recipes with ngFor
  • Displaying Recipe Details
  • Working on the ShoppingListComponent
  • Creating an “Ingredient” Model
  • Creating and Outputting the Shopping List
  • Adding a Shopping List Edit Section
  • Wrap Up & Next Steps

Debugging

  • Understanding Angular Error Messages
  • Debugging Code in the Browser Using Sourcemaps
  • Using Augury to Dive into Angular Apps

Components & Databinding Deep Dive

  • Module Introduction
  • Splitting Apps into Components
  • Property & Event Binding Overview
  • Binding to Custom Properties
  • Assigning an Alias to Custom Properties
  • Binding to Custom Events
  • Assigning an Alias to Custom Events
  • Custom Property and Event Binding Summary
  • Understanding View Encapsulation
  • More on View Encapsulation
  • Using Local References in Templates
  • Getting Access to the Template & DOM with @ViewChild
  • Projecting Content into Components with ng-content
  • Understanding the Component Lifecycle
  • Seeing Lifecycle Hooks in Action
  • Lifecycle Hooks and Template Access
  • Getting Access to ng-content with @ContentChild
  • Wrap Up
  • Assignment Solution

Course Project – Components & Databinding

  • Introduction
  • Adding Navigation with Event Binding and ngIf
  • Passing Recipe Data with Property Binding
  • Passing Data with Event and Property Binding (Combined)
  • Allowing the User to Add Ingredients to the Shopping List

Directives Deep Dive

  • Module Introduction
  • ngFor and ngIf Recap
  • ngClass and ngStyle Recap
  • Creating a Basic Attribute Directive
  • Using the Renderer to build a Better Attribute Directive
  • Using HostListener to Listen to Host Events
  • Using HostBinding to Bind to Host Properties
  • Binding to Directive Properties
  • What Happens behind the Scenes on Structural Directives?
  • Building a Structural Directive
  • Understanding ngSwitch

Course Project – Directives

  • Building and Using a Dropdown Directive

Using Services & Dependency Injection

  • Module Introduction
  • Why would you Need Services?
  • Creating a Logging Service
  • Injecting the Logging Service into Components
  • Creating a Data Service
  • Understanding the Hierarchical Injector
  • How many Instances of Service Should It Be?
  • Injecting Services into Services
  • Using Services for Cross-Component Communication
  • Assignment Solution

Course Project – Services & Dependency Injection

  • Introduction
  • Setting up the Services
  • Managing Recipes in a Recipe Service
  • Using a Service for Cross-Component Communication
  • Adding the Shopping List Service
  • Using Services for Pushing Data from A to B
  • Adding Ingredients to Recipes
  • Passing Ingredients from Recipes to the Shopping List (via a Service)

Changing Pages with Routing

  • Module Introduction
  • Why do we need a Router?
  • Setting up and Loading Routes
  • Navigating with Router Links
  • Understanding Navigation Paths
  • Styling Active Router Links
  • Navigating Programmatically
  • Using Relative Paths in Programmatic Navigation
  • Passing Parameters to Routes
  • Fetching Route Parameters
  • Fetching Route Parameters Reactively
  • An Important Note about Route Observables
  • Passing Query Parameters and Fragments
  • Retrieving Query Parameters and Fragments
  • Practicing and some Common Gotchas
  • Setting up Child (Nested) Routes
  • Using Query Parameters – Practice
  • Configuring the Handling of Query Parameters
  • Redirecting and Wildcard Routes
  • Outsourcing the Route Configuration
  • An Introduction to Guards
  • Protecting Routes with canActivate
  • Protecting Child (Nested) Routes with canActivateChild
  • Using a Fake Auth Service
  • Controlling Navigation with canDeactivate
  • Passing Static Data to a Route
  • Resolving Dynamic Data with the resolve Guard
  • Understanding Location Strategies
  • Wrap Up

Course Project – Routing

  • Planning the General Structure
  • Setting up Routes
  • Adding Navigation to the App
  • Marking Active Routes
  • Fixing Page Reload Issues
  • Child Routes: Challenge
  • Adding Child Routing Together
  • Configuring Route Parameters
  • Passing Dynamic Parameters to Links
  • Styling Active Recipe Items
  • Adding Editing Routes
  • Retrieving Route Parameters
  • Programmatic Navigation to the Edit Page
  • One Note about Route Observables

Understanding Observables

  • Module Introduction
  • Analyzing Angular Observables
  • Getting Closer to the Core of Observables
  • Building a Custom Observable
  • Errors & Completion
  • Observables & You!
  • Understanding Operators
  • Subjects
  • Wrap Up

Course Project – Observables

  • Improving the Reactive Service with Observables (Subjects)

Handling Forms in Angular Apps

  • Module Introduction
  • Why do we Need Angular’s Help?
  • Template-Driven (TD) vs Reactive Approach
  • An Example Form
  • TD: Creating the Form and Registering the Controls
  • TD: Submitting and Using the Form
  • TD: Understanding Form State
  • TD: Accessing the Form with @ViewChild
  • TD: Adding Validation to check User Input
  • TD: Using the Form State
  • TD: Outputting Validation Error Messages
  • TD: Set Default Values with ngModel Property Binding
  • TD: Using ngModel with Two-Way-Binding
  • TD: Grouping Form Controls
  • TD: Handling Radio Buttons
  • TD: Setting and Patching Form Values
  • TD: Using Form Data
  • TD: Resetting Forms
  • Introduction to the Reactive Approach
  • Reactive: Setup
  • Reactive: Creating a Form in Code
  • Reactive: Syncing HTML and Form
  • Reactive: Submitting the Form
  • Reactive: Adding Validation
  • Reactive: Getting Access to Controls
  • Reactive: Grouping Controls
  • Reactive: Arrays of Form Controls (FormArray)
  • Reactive: Creating Custom Validators
  • Reactive: Using Error Codes
  • Reactive: Creating a Custom Async Validator
  • Reactive: Reacting to Status or Value Changes
  • Reactive: Setting and Patching Values
  • Assignment Solution

Course Project – Forms

  • Introduction
  • TD: Adding the Shopping List Form
  • Adding Validation to the Form
  • Allowing the Selection of Items in the List
  • Loading the Shopping List Items into the Form
  • Updating existing Items
  • Resetting the Form
  • Allowing the the User to Clear (Cancel) the Form
  • Allowing the Deletion of Shopping List Items
  • Creating the Template for the (Reactive) Recipe Edit Form
  • Creating the Form for Editing Recipes
  • Syncing HTML with the Form
  • Adding Ingredient Controls to a Form Array
  • Adding new Ingredient Controls
  • Validating User Input
  • Submitting the Recipe Edit Form
  • Adding a Delete and Clear (Cancel) Functionality
  • Redirecting the User (after Deleting a Recipe)
  • Adding an Image Preview
  • Providing the Recipe Service Correctly
  • Deleting Ingredients and Some Finishing Touches

Using Pipes to Transform Output

  • Introduction & Why Pipes are Useful
  • Using Pipes
  • Parametrizing Pipes
  • Where to learn more about Pipes
  • Chaining Multiple Pipes
  • Creating a Custom Pipe
  • Parametrizing a Custom Pipe
  • Example: Creating a Filter Pipe
  • Pure and Impure Pipes (or: How to “fix” the Filter Pipe)
  • Understanding the “async” Pipe

Making Http Requests

  • A New IDE
  • Module Introduction
  • How Does Angular Interact with Backends?
  • The Anatomy of a Http Request
  • Backend (Firebase) Setup
  • Sending a POST Request
  • Getting Data
  • Using RxJS Operators to Transform Response Data
  • Using Types with the HttpClient
  • Outputting Posts
  • Showing a Loading Indicator
  • Using a Service for Http Requests
  • Services & Components Working Together
  • Sending a DELETE Request
  • Handling Errors
  • Using Subjects for Error Handling
  • Using the catchError Operator
  • Error Handling & UX
  • Setting Headers
  • Adding Query Params
  • Observing Different Types of Responses
  • Changing the Response Body Type
  • Introducing Interceptors
  • Manipulating Request Objects
  • Response Interceptors
  • Multiple Interceptors
  • Wrap Up

Course Project – Http

  • Module Introduction
  • Backend (Firebase) Setup
  • Setting Up the DataStorage Service
  • Storing Recipes
  • Fetching Recipes
  • Transforming Response Data
  • Resolving Data Before Loading
  • Fixing a Bug with the Resolver

Authentication & Route Protection in Angular Apps

  • Module Introduction
  • How Authentication Works
  • Adding the Auth Page
  • Switching Between Auth Modes
  • Handling Form Input
  • Preparing the Backend
  • Preparing the Signup Request
  • Sending the Signup Request
  • Adding a Loading Spinner & Error Handling Logic
  • Improving Error Handling
  • Sending Login Requests
  • Login Error Handling
  • Creating & Storing the User Data
  • Reflecting the Auth State in the UI
  • Adding the Token to Outgoing Requests
  • Attaching the Token with an Interceptor
  • Adding Logout
  • Adding Auto-Login
  • Adding Auto-Logout
  • Adding an Auth Guard
  • Wrap Up

Dynamic Components

  • Module Introduction
  • Adding an Alert Modal Component
  • Understanding the Different Approaches
  • Using ngIf
  • Preparing Programmatic Creation
  • Creating a Component Programmatically
  • Understanding entryComponents
  • Data Binding & Event Binding
  • Wrap Up

Angular Modules & Optimizing Angular Apps

  • Module Introduction
  • What are Modules?
  • Analyzing the AppModule
  • Getting Started with Feature Modules
  • Splitting Modules Correctly
  • Adding Routes to Feature Modules
  • Component Declarations
  • The ShoppingList Feature Module
  • Understanding Shared Modules
  • Understanding the Core Module
  • Adding an Auth Feature Module
  • Understanding Lazy Loading
  • Implementing Lazy Loading
  • More Lazy Loading
  • Preloading Lazy-Loaded Code
  • Modules & Services
  • Loading Services Differently
  • Ahead-of-Time Compilation
  • Wrap Up

Deploying an Angular App

  • Module Introduction
  • Deployment Preparations and Important Steps
  • Using Environment Variables
  • Deployment Example: Firebase Hosting

Bonus: Working with NgRx in our Project

  • Module Introduction
  • What is Application State?
  • What is NgRx?
  • Getting Started with Reducers
  • Adding Logic to the Reducer
  • Understanding & Adding Actions
  • Setting Up the NgRx Store
  • Selecting State
  • Dispatching Actions
  • Multiple Actions
  • Preparing Update & Delete Actions
  • Updating & Deleting Ingredients
  • Expanding the State
  • Managing More State via NgRx
  • Removing Redundant Component State Management
  • First Summary & Clean Up
  • One Root State
  • Setting Up Auth Reducer & Actions
  • Dispatching Auth Actions
  • Auth Finished (For Now…)
  • And Important Note on Actions
  • Exploring NgRx Effects
  • Defining the First Effect
  • Effects & Error Handling
  • Login via NgRx Effects
  • Managing UI State in NgRx
  • Finishing the Login Effect
  • Preparing Other Auth Actions
  • Adding Signup
  • Further Auth Effects
  • Adding Auto-Login with NgRx
  • Adding Auto-Logout
  • Finishing the Auth Effects
  • Using the Store Devtools
  • The Router Store
  • Getting Started with NgRx for Recipes
  • Fetching Recipe Detail Data
  • Fetching Recipes & Using the Resolver
  • Fixing the Auth Redirect
  • Update, Delete and Add Recipes
  • Storing Recipes via Effects
  • Cleanup Work
  • Wrap Up

Bonus: Angular Universal

  • Module Introduction
  • Getting Started with Angular Universal
  • Working on the App Module
  • Adding a Server-Side Build Workflow
  • Adding a NodeJS Server
  • Pre-Rendering the App on the Server
  • Next Steps

Angular Animations

  • Introduction
  • Setting up the Starting Project
  • Animations Triggers and State
  • Switching between States
  • Transitions
  • Advanced Transitions
  • Transition Phases
  • The “void” State
  • Using Keyframes for Animations
  • Grouping Transitions
  • Using Animation Callbacks

Adding Offline Capabilities with Service Workers

  • Module Introduction
  • Adding Service Workers
  • Caching Assets for Offline Use
  • Caching Dynamic Assets & URLs

A Basic Introduction to Unit Testing in Angular Apps

  • Introduction
  • Why Unit Tests?
  • Analysing the Testing Setup (as created by the CLI)
  • Running Tests (with the CLI)
  • Adding a Component and some fitting Tests
  • Testing Dependencies: Components and Services
  • Simulating Async Tasks
  • Using “fakeAsync” and “tick”
  • Isolated vs Non-Isolated Tests

Angular Changes & New Features

  • What’s New with Angular 8?
  • A First Look At Angular Elements

Course Roundup

Preparation Guide for Certified Angular 8 Developer Exam

Success demands hard work and proper preparation with determination, only then an individual will be able to reach their goal. And therefore a preparation guide is necessary to take this leap. This guide consists of all the necessary resources with updated information, with its support you can make your preparation easy and strong. Below mentioned are all the necessary steps one must follow for this certification exam preparation

Certified Angular 8 Developer Preparation Guide
Step 1 – Review Exam Objectives

To devote enough time to the topics in which you lack the knowledge you must go through all the topics before beginning preparation. Every expert will recommend you to go through the exam objectives before beginning the preparation for the exam as it sets an advantage for the candidate.

  • Debugging
  • Components & Databinding
  • Directives
  • Using Services & Dependency Injection
  • Services & Dependency Injection
  • Changing Pages with Routing
  • Understanding Observables
  • Handling Forms in Angular Apps
  • Using Pipes to Transform Output
  • Making HTTP Requests
  • Authentication & Route Protection in Angular Apps
  • Dynamic Components
  • Angular Modules & Optimizing Angular Apps
  • Deploying an Angular App
  • Working with NgRx
  • Angular Animations
  • Adding Offline Capabilities with Service Workers
  • Angular Changes & New Features

Refer: Certified Angular 8 Developer Brochure

Step 2 – Learning with Books

Our very quintessential method of gaining knowledge has always been books. Books are meant to be our partners during any examination. And while we are preparing for such a huge certification examination, it is important to prepare from the right books which have appropriate knowledge regarding the topics and have useful content as well. The top 3 books for the Certified Angular 8 Developer are mentioned below.

  1. Angular Up and Running. If you want to know more about the programming in Angular 8, this book is the one you should refer to. It has all the knowledge about typescript and Javascript, and it will clear all the queries that you may carry on that domain.
  1. Angular In action. This book has all the required knowledge on the basics of HTML, CSS, JavaScript. This book will cover every topic which is necessary for you to know before the examination. It has proven to be a void filler for all the beginners in the Angular department.
  1. The Ng-book- A complete book on Angular (2020 Edition). This book is a detailed guide about topics in Angular 8. This book has comprehensible language and all the contents present for a candidate to go through.
Step 3 – E-learning and Study material

We are quite used to the technology, we keep using the technology for every purpose, including education as well. As we are now in a growing world we need to keep up with the updated information, hence to know the updated content one must always go through online content. It has all the content which is necessary and useful for the preparation, adding extra knowledge to prepare you better. We have now a new source of notes, which are available easily online on various websites and that is called study material. Study materials are developed in different domains with the necessary content that you must go through. Vskills offers you its E-Learning Study Material and its hard copy as well, to supplement your learning experience and exam preparation. Moreover, this online learning material is available for a lifetime and is updated regularly. 

Refer: Certified Angular 8 Developer Sample Chapter

Step 4 – Check your Progress with Practice Tests

Know your progress before examination through evaluating yourself with practice tests. Practice tests make you identify the loopholes and motivate you to work on it. Attempting practice tests can lead you to achieve the desired results in the examination. As this certification exam is not any normal exam, hence we need to be very careful and take proper steps to prepare better.

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