Learning Web Development with Bootstrap and AngularJS

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Learn
  • Explore Angular's built-in filters and create your own
  • Create a multi-view web app using AngularJS's router and templating system
  • Integrate AngularStrap to utilize the many plugins originally created by the Bootstrap team
  • Customize Bootstrap using Less to create a unique theme
  • Maintain the codebase of your app using the gulp and Grunt.js task-runner tools
  • Discover the meaning of CRUD and how to implement it
  • Troubleshoot any issues you may encounter while developing
About

If you're ready to progress your web development skills past HTML and CSS, this book will give you everything you need to build your own web app. You'll be taught the basics of Bootstrap and AngularJS, taking an in-depth look at what makes up each framework. After you've mastered the ideology, you'll put it into action as you build a contact manager throughout the course of the book.

We'll look at filters, routing, and views for your app and will teach you to utilize CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) to develop further. You'll learn how to connect your app to the server, customize Bootstrap, and build a directive. Along the way we'll touch on additional technologies such as Less, gulp, Grunt, and AngularStrap. Finally, we'll take a look at potential stumbling blocks and will give you tips to avoid them.

With this step-by-step guide packed with plenty of screenshots, you'll be building web apps in no time.

Features
  • Build, develop, and customize your application using Angular.js and Bootstrap
  • Utilize AngularStrap to pull in Bootstrap’s jQuery plugins through Angular directives
  • Packed with tips to help you avoid potential stumbling blocks while developing
Page Count 224
Course Length 6 hours 43 minutes
ISBN 9781783287550
Date Of Publication 29 May 2015

Authors

Stephen Radford

Stephen Radford is a full-stack web and app developer based in the heart of England--Leicester. Originally from Bristol, Stephen moved to Leicester after studying Graphic Design at college to accept a job at one of the UK’s largest online marketing companies.

Whilst working at a number of agencies, Stephen developed several side projects, including FTPloy, a SaaS designed to make continuous deployment available to everyone. The project was subsequently a finalist in the .NET Awards Side Project of the Year category.

He and his business partner now run Cocoon, a web development company that builds and maintains web and mobile apps. Cocoon also works closely with a handful of startups and businesses to develop ideas into websites and apps.