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Learn To Build An E Commerce App With Net Core And Angular

Course

LEARN TO BUILD AN E COMMERCE APP WITH NET CORE AND ANGULAR

Category

Angular JS Professional Training

Eligibility

Working Professionals and Freshers

Mode

Online and Classroom Sessions

Batches

Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

60 Days

Angular JS What will you learn?

•How to create a Angular JS Project.
•Master the most important aspects of Angular JS.
•Learn from simple and interactive sessions on Angular JS
•Learn End to End Angular JS complete ground up
•Learn Angular JS from Scratch with Demos and Practical examples.
•What is Angular JS and How to Build apps using Angular JS.
•Understand and make use the new Features and Concepts in Angular JS
•Understand Angular JS and how to use it in designing and building apps.
•Learn the fundamentals of the Angular JS using both a theoretical and practical approach

learn to build an e commerce app with net core and angular Training Highlights

•Career guidance providing by It Expert
•Course delivery through industry experts
•Accessibility of adequate training resources
•Trainer support after completion of the course
•Highly Experienced Trainer with 10+ Years in MNC Company
•Repeating of lectures allowed (based on seat availability)
•Make aware of code competence in building extensive range of applications using Python
•This Instructor-led classroom course is designed with an aim to build theoretical knowledge supplemented by ample hands-on lab exercises

Who are eligible for Angular JS

•Angularjs, Core Java, .Net, Ui Development, Ssis, Ssrs, Mobility Architect, Java Architect, Devops, Android Developer, Ios Developer
•Java Developer, Php Mysql, Zend 2.0, java j2ee struts hibernate spring, iOS, Android, html
•Java, Core Java, J2ee, Ui, Java Fullstack, Front End, Angularjs, Angular, React.js, Java Senior Developers, Java Developers, Java Lead, Ui Lead, Ui Developers
•QA and Testing, erp, IMS, Cloud Computing, asp.net vb.net c# c c++, core java j2ee, oracle plsql unix shell script, cobol jcl db2 vsam cics, Sharepoint C#

LEARN TO BUILD AN E COMMERCE APP WITH NET CORE AND ANGULAR Topics

Introduction
•Setting up the developer environment
•Setting up VS Code for C# development
•Where to get the source code and course assets
•API Basics
•Creating the Web API project
•Running the API using the DotNet CLI
•Reviewing the Web API startup files
•Adding our first API Controller
•Adding a C# Entity class
•Setting up Entity Framework
•Adding a connection string
•Adding an Entity Framework migration
•Updating the database
•Reading the data from the Database in the API
•Postman Collections
•Creating the additional projects
•Saving our project into source control using Git and GitHub
•Summary of section 2
•API Architecture
•The Repository Pattern
•Adding a Repository and Interface
•Adding the repository methods
•Extending the products entity and creating related entities
•Creating a new migration for the entities
•Configuring the migrations
•Applying the migrations and creating the Database at app startup
•Adding Seed data
•Adding the code to get the product brands and types
•Eager loading of navigation properties
•Summary of section 3
•API Generic Repository
•Creating a Generic repository and interface
•Implementing the methods in the Generic repository
•Introduction to the specification pattern
•Creating a specification class
•Creating a specification evaluator
•Implementing the repository with specification methods
•Using the specification methods in the controller
•Using the Debugger to view the spec pattern in action
•Shaping the data to return with DTOs
•Adding AutoMapper to the API project
•Configuring AutoMapper profiles
•Adding a Custom Value Resolver for AutoMapper
•Serving static content from the API
•Summary of section 4
•API Error Handling
•Creating a test controller for errors
•Creating a consistent error response from the API
•Adding a not found endpoint error handler
•Creating Exception handler middleware
•Improving the validation error responses
•Adding Swagger for documenting our API
•Improving the swagger documentation
•Cleaning up the Startup class
•Summary of section 5
•API Paging, Filtering, Sorting & Searching
•Adding a sorting specification class
•Adding a sorting specification part 2
•Working around the decimal problem in Sqlite
•Adding filtering functionality
•Adding Pagination Part 1
•Adding Pagination Part 2
•Adding Pagination Part 3
•Adding the search functionality
•Adding CORS Support to the API
•Summary of section 6
•Client – Angular setup
•Setting up the developer environment for Angular
•Creating the Angular project
•Reviewing the Angular project files in the template
•Setting up Angular to use HTTPS
•Adding bootstrap and font-awesome
•Adding VS Code extensions for Angular
•Client – Angular Basics
•Adding a Nav Bar component
•Adding the NavBar HTML code
•Styling the nav bar
•Intro to the Http Client Module
•Observables
•Intro to Typescript
•Typescript Demo
•Creating a products interface
•Summary of section 8
•Client – Building the UI for our shop
•Organising our files and folders
•Intro to Angular services
•Consuming services in the component
•Designing the shop page
•Adding a child component for the product items
•Passing down data to child components
•Adding the product filters
•Adding the filter functionality
•Hooking up the filter to the HTML
•Adding the sort functionality
•Adding the pagination functionality
•Adding the pagination functionality part 2
•Adding the pagination functionality part 3
•Adding a pagination header
•Making the pagination component a shared component
•Pagination and Output properties
•Resolving the Bug!
•Summary of section 9
•Client – Routing
•Creating additional components to route to
•Creating the routes
•Setting up the nav links
•Making the links active
•Getting an individual product
•Adding the product detail page
•Lazy loading angular modules
•Summary of section 10
•Client – Error handling
•Creating an error component for testing the error responses
•Creating additional error components
•Using the Http Interceptor to catch errors
•Adding toast notifications
•Handling validation errrors
•Improving the internal server error component
•Summary of section 11
•Client – Pazzazz
•Adding a section header
•Adding breadcrumbs
•Using the breadcrumb service
•Setting the section header title from the breadcrumb service
•Styling the product items
•Changing the bootstrap theme
•Adding loading indicators
•Cleaning up loading issues
•Adding the home page content
•Summary of section 12
•API – Basket
•Setting up Redis
•Setting up the basket class
•Creating a basket repository interface
•Implementing the basket repository
•Adding the basket controller
•Installing Redis on a Mac
•Installing Redis on Windows
•Testing the basket functionality
•Summary of section 13
•Client – Basket
•Creating the basket module
•Creating the basket types
•Basket service methods
•Adding an item to the basket service method
•Adding the add item to basket in the component method
•Persisting the basket on startup
•Displaying the basket item count in the nav bar
•Styling the basket page
•Adding the basket totals to the service
•Creating the order summary component
•Adding the increment and decrement functionality
•Adding the basket component functions
•Hooking up the product detail component to the basket
•Adding the checkout module
•Summary of section 14
•API – Identity
•Setting up the identity packages
•Setting up the identity classes
•Adding the IdentityDbContext
•Adding a new migration
•Seeding identity data
•Adding the Startup services for identity
•Adding identity to program class
•Adding an Account controller
•Registering a user
•Adding a token generation service
•Setting up identity to use the token
•Testing the token
•Troubleshooting auth issues
•Adding additional account methods
•Adding user manager extension methods
•Adding another Dto for the user
•Summary of section 15
•API – Validation
•.Net core error responses
•Model validation
•Checking for duplicate email addresses
•Validating the basket
•Updating swagger config for identity
•Summary of section 16
•Client – Identity
•Creating the account module
•Creating the account service methods
•Creating the login form
•Angular forms introduction
•Using reactive forms in Angular
•Submitting data to the server
•Updating the nav bar for the logged in user
•Persisting the login
•Adding a dropdown to the navbar
•Form Validation in Angular
•Displaying validation errors
•Creating a reusable text input
•Reusable text input template
•Creating a register form
•Dealing with modelstate errors
•Async validation
•Improving the async validator
•Creating an auth guard
•Using the replay subject
•Summary of section 17
•API – Orders
•Creating the order aggregate part 1
•Creating the order aggregate part 2
•Configuring the order entities
•Store context update and seeding delivery methods
•Creating the order migration
•Creating an order service
•Implementing the create order method
•Creating the order controller
•Debugging the order method
•Introducing the Unit of work
•Implementing the Unit of work
•Updating the generic repository
•Refactoring the Order service to use the Unit of work
•Using the debugger to view the order creation
•Implementing the Order get methods
•Order controller get methods
•Testing the order controller get methods
•Shaping the order data
•AutoMapper config for orders
•Another AutoMapper value resolver
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