Using Spring and Angular for Web Application [Video]

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  • Build a high-quality message/notification component in Angular
  • Work with different Angular components like Subject and Observables
  • Integrate Angular Material Design
  • Test Angular Components using Jasmine
  • Build a message/notification service in Spring
  • Integrate Angular and Spring to build messaging application
  • Package and Distribute the App
  • Explore the new features of Angular 5

This course teaches you how to use Angular and Spring to create a fully working messaging web application. The first sections of this course are about frontend technologies; here, you will learn advanced concept of Angular such as routing, observables, material design, and how to use it to create a messaging/notification component.

In the second section, we focus on the backend part; after completing it, you will know how to use Spring 5 to develop a Web Socket notification service. In the third section, we bring together the concepts of the previous two sections to create a messaging/notification application. The last section covers tools that will help you to publish and maintain your application in production.

Finally, you will also learn the new features of Angular 5. By the end of the course, you’ll be ready to launch your own creations into the World.

Style and Approach

This exhaustive course—packed with step-by-step instructions, working examples, and helpful advice—is divided into clear chunks so you can learn at your own pace and focus on your own areas of interest.

  • Extensive and friendly guide to creating your own messaging application.
  • Covers the latest version of Web Application with fully up-to-date techniques and code examples.
  • Shows how to package and distribute your App
Course Length 1 hour 59 minutes
ISBN 9781788395205
Date Of Publication 14 Dec 2017


Mario Romano

Mario Romano is the Director of Engineering in Alfresco but he is still really much involved with the coding as open source contributor for various projects. Before Alfresco, Mario accumulated nearly 8 years of experience in developing software for large organisations, and in particular in developing microservices architectures and single page applications. He's been coding since he was 10 years old. Mario is currently based in London, but grew up in Naples (Italy). Mario likes to plays the piano when is not busy writing code, reading code or thinking about code.