Angular, Ionic & Node: Build A Real Web & Mobile Chat App
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Have you tried to build your own web and mobile application with real time functionalities using NodeJS backend? Perhaps, you have tried to build an application either for web or mobile with chat functionalities and you need to do more with it, then this course is for you.
Angular is one of the most popular frameworks for building client apps with HTML, CSS and TypeScript. If you want to establish yourself as a front–end or full–stack developer, you need to learn Angular.
Ionic is an open source framework used for developing mobile applications. It provides tools and services for building Mobile UI with native look and feel.
This course follows a hands–on approach, which means that the whole course is structured around one big application and the different concepts will be explained detailedly as they are introduced in this application. The backend built using NodeJS will be used for both the Angular web app and Ionic mobile app.
So two apps with one backend
During this course, you will learn to:
Set up a NodeJS + Express + MongoDB + Angular + Ionic Application with the help of the Angular CLI, Ionic CLI and Node Command Line Tool
Use NodeJS and Express framework
Courses : 11
Specification: Angular, Ionic & Node: Build A Real Web & Mobile Chat App
8 reviews for Angular, Ionic & Node: Build A Real Web & Mobile Chat App
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Nicola Buso –
First of all I did not finish the course (93% done). The course is great in terms of spreading the knowledge about the technologies involved but it’s too long. I greatly appreciate the effort of the instructor to develop an application both in web and mobile flavor; but be aware in doing it he’s repeating himself too much doing lots of cut & paste of code that a common developer would try to reuse instead. I felt during the course a bit bored in copy and repeating the same concepts everywhere, while there was the opportunity to explore other aspects of the technologies like pipes NG or creating and emitting events. Similarly for the Ionic part he’s trying to customize some components layout but from the Ionic documentation you can do it with component properties. The last thing that can be in any case questionable is the naming convention he’s using, they are a bit confusing; userId that are User objects instances and so on, while there is documentation around on styles like for NG https://angular.io/guide/styleguide (created by John Papa). Overall I learned the technologies, but could be better organized and concise.
bueno, que quieres que te diga… Esta bien… Estaria mejor si te entrase todo en la mente como algo emocionante pero supongo que es el echo de tener que aprender algo… esta bien.
Sorin Vestemean –
Nosa Osahon –
What I can say? It’s a great tutorial. I think is the best that I found until now. Thanks, a lot!
Jakaria Hossain –
Each and every part of this course is very clear. I appreciate his teaching style.
Hagai Tal –
A lot of the course lessons are not updated, the instructor doesn’t know to answer questions and can’t help with errors. Very poor course.