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Beginning Server-Side Application Development with Angular
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OverviewEquip yourself with the skills required to create modern, progressive web applications that load quickly and efficiently. This fast-paced course to server-side Angular leads you through an example application that uses Angular Universal to render application pages on the server, rather than the client. You will learn how to serve your users views that load instantly, whilst reaping all the SEO benefits of improved page indexing. With differences of just 200 milliseconds in performance having a measurable impact on your users, it’s more important than ever to get server-side right.
Once our starter application is created and working as expected, you will learn all about server-side rendering. In order to do this, you will learn how to configure the application to use a Node.js server that pre-renders the application. You will also discover ways to enhance your application to work progressively, with service workers that you can configure with Angular CLI. By the end of this course, you will be able to confidently create server-side applications that display a significant improvement in performance.
This course perfectly balances theory and practical demonstrations. Each module is designed to build on the coverage of the previous lesson and contains multiple examples based on real-life business scenarios for you to practice and apply your new skills in a highly relevant context. This is a self-paced video course. Any files needed for exercises or activities will be available for download from the course page.
- Use the official tools of Angular to build an SEO-friendly application
- Create web applications that map to current Angular best practices
- Manage your Angular applications with Angular CLI
- Implement server-side rendering for future web application projects
- Configure service workers to automatically update applications in the background
- Installing Angular CLI
- Generating a New Application
- Setting Defaults for Angular CLI
- Configuring Global Styles
- Creating UI Modules and Components
- Creating the Application Module and Components
- Generating the Server App
- Adding Dependencies for the Server App
- Adding Run Scripts to package.json
- Implementing a Web Server
- Adding Dynamic Metadata
- Installing Dependencies
- Enabling the Service Worker
- Configuring the Service Worker
- Testing the Service Worker
- Debugging the Service Worke
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