Workshop Detail

2 Full Days of AngularJS End-to-End Application Development Workshop

2 Full Days 3/25-26 9to5

Interested in diving into AngularJS and learning how it can be used to build robust Single Page Applications (SPAs)? The AngularJS End-to-End Application Development workshop provides a hands-on look at working with the AngularJS framework.


The course starts with an introduction to building Single Page Applications (SPA) and talks about the features AngularJS provides. From there you’ll learn about different aspects of the framework such as views and directives, controllers and routes, as well as factories and services.

Along the way, different debugging techniques and tools are discussed, how different AngularJS components can be customized and shared with other components, and different JavaScript patterns that can be applied to applications to make them more maintainable. By the end of the workshop you’ll have walked through the process of building a Single Page Application (SPA) from end-to-end using AngularJS and be ready to apply that knowledge to applications you need to build.

Although the focus is on AngularJS, the application discussed also provides two alternative back ends including Node.js, Express and MongoDB or ASP.NET Web API with Entity Framework and SQL Server.

This is a BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop) workshop To run the labs in the course and get the most out of it you’ll need the following software installed before the workshop begins.

  • Node.js, MongoDB, and your favorite code editor if you want to run the Node backend RESTful service
  • Visual Studio 2013 (the free Express for Web version is fine) installed with LocalDb (installed by default) if you want to run the Web API backend RESTful service
  • We won’t have time to fix installation issues during the workshop so please come prepared with all of the necessary software installed and working properly.


Dan Wahlin

Dan Wahlin founded The Wahlin Group ( which provides consulting and training services on Web technologies such as JavaScript, AngularJS and other SPA frameworks, jQuery, HTML5, Node.js, C#, ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and SharePoint. He’s also one of the top video course authors at and has published several courses covering a range of technologies. Dan speaks at conferences and user groups around the world and has written several books on Web technologies. Dan blogs at, runs the Web Weekly newsletter, and writes columns for various technical magazines. Follow Dan on Twitter @DanWahlin.


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