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Malyala replied | 28 Mar

Better go for UI Development (anagular, node).

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MyMirror replied | 02 Apr

Hi, We are industry expert team having around 7+ years experience of Angular JS training and other web modules too. It will be helpful for you to move to web development modules as there is lot of growth in the coming up years and lots of opportunities are provided. You can call us for further discussion of course contents, fee details and duration.

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Vetri replied | 17 Mar

It's based on what paper you are going to select it. Few papers are need to be need some physical device. I would say Rs. 7000 to 10,000 is average fee.

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Nagarajan replied | 19 Mar

It is around Rs. 5000 based on your project requirement.

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Srikanth 23 Jan in  Angular.JS Training

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Ajit replied | 01 Mar

Routing basically is fetching the data for the angular components. Generally router takes care of that but in some cases you might want to customize it.

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Yogesh replied | 13 Apr

Give direction to user request. On the basis of URL it will redirect or divert to pate. It's like as path arrow.

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S.V.R 23 Jan in  Angular.JS Training

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Nikunj replied | 12 Feb

DOM manipulation should be in a directive instead of the controller. I would define a focus input directive and use it on the button.

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Abbas replied | 20 Feb

DOM manipulation is not advisable in Angular JS.

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Gowravaram 23 Jan in  Angular.JS Training

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Azeem replied | 20 Feb

By using ion-slide-box and ion-slide directive.

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Unareshraju replied | 22 Feb

Use ionic slider directive.

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Hari 23 Jan in  Angular.JS Training

How would you make an Angular service return a promise please explain this one with a example?

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John replied | 13 Feb

Working With Promises in AngularJS Services.
Let's talk about working with promises in AngularJS. To start, $q is a great implementation of promises, allowing you work with deferred objects and be more efficient with Ajax calls.

$q api has few useful methods, first one is to create new deferred object using $q.defer(), so this object could be resolve in the future using...  more»
Working With Promises in AngularJS Services.
Let's talk about working with promises in AngularJS. To start, $q is a great implementation of promises, allowing you work with deferred objects and be more efficient with Ajax calls.

$q api has few useful methods, first one is to create new deferred object using $q.defer(), so this object could be resolve in the future using $.q.defer().resolve and also to be reject using $.defer().reject methods.

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When executing Ajax calls from AngularJS services, usually we use $http which return by default a promise object which we can attach â??thenâ?? method to for result notification.

But when the service should fetch data from the backend and allow more than one AngularJS controllers to use, it doesnâ??t make the make the most sense to fetch everything from the server every time. Then, we should save the data in local variable inside the service.

So when the AngularJS controller calls the service api to get the data, it could be a promise from the Ajax call or the data stored from previous call. The AngularJS controller should be able to differentiate between the cases, so thats not an ideal practice.

The way of doing it is to wrap the data stored in AngularJS service with another $q api called $q.when which can treated as a promise for both cases, so when the $q.when receive a promise it will be resolved when the promise will and if it receive a real data it will be resolved immediately.

That is transparent to the controller and this is a good practice.

Hereâ??s a full code snippet below based on the above overview.

(function() {
'use strict';

angular
.module('testApp')
.service('testService', testService)
.controller('testCtrl', testCtrl)
.controller('testCtrl2', testCtrl2);

function testService($http, $q) {

// will hold backend posts
var posts = undefined;

// fetch all posts in deferred technique
this.getPosts = function() {

// if posts object is not defined then start the new process for fetch it
if (!posts) {

// create deferred object using $q
var deferred = $q.defer();

// get posts form backend
$http.get('http://jsonplaceholder.typicode.com/posts')
.then(function(result) {
// save fetched posts to the local variable
posts = result.data;
// resolve the deferred
deferred.resolve(posts);
}, function(error) {
posts = error;
deferred.reject(error);
});

// set the posts object to be a promise until result comeback
posts = deferred.promise;
}

// in any way wrap the posts object with $q.when which means:
// local posts object could be:
// a promise
// a real posts data
// both cases will be handled as promise because $q.when on real data will resolve it immediately
return $q.when(posts);
};

}

function testCtrl($scope, testService) {
$scope.getPosts = function() {
testService.getPosts()
.then(function(posts) {

console.log(posts);

});
};

$scope.getPosts();
}

function testCtrl2($scope, testService) {
$scope.getPosts = function() {
testService.getPosts()
.then(function(posts) {

console.log(posts);

});
};

$scope.getPosts();
}

})();


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Paniraj N replied | 17 Feb

using$q you can return a promise. for ex. if you have a function called updateProduct in the ProductService you can do as below
var _updateProduct = function (product) {
var deferred = $q.defer();
$http.defaults.useXDomain = true;
$http({
url: baseUrl + 'api/product/',
method: "POST",
data: product//,
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using$q you can return a promise. for ex. if you have a function called updateProduct in the ProductService you can do as below
var _updateProduct = function (product) {
var deferred = $q.defer();
$http.defaults.useXDomain = true;
$http({
url: baseUrl + 'api/product/',
method: "POST",
data: product//,
headers: {
'Content-Type': 'application/json; charset=utf-8'
}
}).success(function (modifiedProduct) {
deferred.resolve(result.data);
}).error(function (error) {
deferred.reject();
});

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Subhash 20 Jan in  Angular.JS Training

If you are looking for angularjs trainer I can do so.

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ITensiaPRO replied | 06 Feb

Hi, Subhash we are looking out for a Angular Js Trainer.

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Abbas replied | 16 Feb

Hi, I am a Angular JS trainer conducting regular group sessions on weekends at Bandra (W).

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Bound Tech Solutions replied | 18/09/2016

Yes at present Angular.ja have good demand in market. but don't bound yourself with kilkata for taking training. we are the best Online training for Angular.ja with Case Studies which will provide you with hands on experience. contact us for further details

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Ajit replied | 01 Mar

Just move to angular 2. As support for angularjs will be removed by Google very soon.

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Deepesh 25/07/2016 in  Angular.JS Training

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Sunil Kumar replied | 26/08/2016

Hello - Deepesh, Could not get your question? But still if you say angular js. This is introduce by google. This the client side scripting framework it support to develop the client centric application. Just remember it's a framework not the library like jquery. So the question is what the different in this framework. It support MV.* (MVC, MVP, MVVM). If you think your project...  more»
Hello - Deepesh, Could not get your question? But still if you say angular js. This is introduce by google. This the client side scripting framework it support to develop the client centric application. Just remember it's a framework not the library like jquery. So the question is what the different in this framework. It support MV.* (MVC, MVP, MVVM). If you think your project content model and view part you can use angular JS. «less

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Rishabh 21/06/2016 in  Angular.JS Training

Which is the best institute for angular js in bangalore?

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Narhari replied | 15/07/2016

Hi,

It will much better that find any professional angular.js developer and learn with him. He will teach you real practical course which is required in companies.

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Narhari replied | 18/07/2016

Hi Rishabh,

Find a professional Angular Developer instead of any institute. Professional developer will teach you, which is really required in IT companies.

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Rishabh 21/06/2016 in  Angular.JS Training

Which is the best institute for angular js in bangalore?

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Azeem replied | 24/06/2016

Can take Class with Online Medium ...

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Narhari replied | 19/07/2016

Hi Rishabh,

Find any professional angular.js developer...
and learn with them instead of any institution.

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Anindya 24/05/2016 in  Angular.JS Training

Is angular js easy to learn? Can anyone suggest me some website to learn from basic to pro or suggest me an angular js professional for training.

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Varma replied | 31/05/2016

Hi Anindya, Before learning AngularJS, You need good knowledge in JavaScript Functional Programming, then you can learn Angular/ReactJS + HTML & CSS to become a Frontend Web Developer. It is long learning curve to learn on your own. Better join or find professional has good ratings to quick start your learning.

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John replied | 07/06/2016

It is easy to learn. The pace of learning is based on your interest and discipline. I have a set of resources that you can easily self learn from. Let me know if you are interested.

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Rahul 02/05/2016 in  Angular.JS Training

How do I start for angular.JS and what are it's initial requirements ?

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Irshad replied | 14/09/2016

You should start with HTML, CSS and JavaScript, then start exploring AngularJS. I would suggest to go for Angular2 directly with basic understanding of Node.js, ECMA6 and TypeScript. Later on you can learn about Testing tool like- Karma/Jasmine, analysis and optimization tools- JSLint, gulp and grunt. Go step by step.

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CREATOR replied | 20 Mar

Yes, with the basic knowledge of HTML, CSS you can go for Angular JS.

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Akshay 15/04/2016 in  ASP.NET Training, Angular.JS Training, Cloud Computing Classes, Career Counselling

I am fresher joined as Jr Associate Microsoft Technology in a IT company. I really do not have that much knowledge of coding. Shall I go with Cloud computing or Should I continue with Asp.Net MVC or just AngularJs (or both mvc and AngularJs)

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Manoj Arockiaraj replied | 27/05/2016

It depends on your current project. Learn MVC it has very good future. Angular js also similar to MVC like modal controller etc. it is easy to learn one other

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Rajesh 12/03/2016 in  Web Development Classes, Angular.JS Training

Why Angular 2 uses type script?

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Bhushan replied | 07/04/2016

Typescript provides many benefits as advanced autocompletion, navigation, and refactoring. It also makes code easier to read and understand and also the migration to typescript is very easy.
Even though angular 2 is written in type script but you can still develop your angular 2 apps using ES5, ES6, Dart or typescript. I also think it involves more of a strategic decision as...  more»
Typescript provides many benefits as advanced autocompletion, navigation, and refactoring. It also makes code easier to read and understand and also the migration to typescript is very easy.
Even though angular 2 is written in type script but you can still develop your angular 2 apps using ES5, ES6, Dart or typescript. I also think it involves more of a strategic decision as well to switch from AtScript to Typescript since the initial development of angular 2 was started using AtScript. «less

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Sreekanth replied | 15/05/2016

typescript is strongly typed which helps when developing larger applications. Microsoft is also supporting typescript.

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Quickitdotnet IT Training And Development Centre replied | 06/06/2016

We are providing high scale Angularjs training, with this we will help you in your project.

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John replied | 07/06/2016

Advanced Development and Support on AngularJS projects. In case of urgent requirement, a phone call as well as a text message to my number would help in faster response time.

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Don 27/02/2016 in  Angular.JS Training

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Satya replied | 26/03/2016

Yes, You can integrate AngularJs with Spring and JSP. It is good solution for now days web application Archistructure.

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Quickitdotnet IT Training And Development Centre replied | 06/06/2016

Learn Angularjs with quickitdotnet

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Pankaj replied | 01/08/2016

Don't be disheartened... Think what is your interest. There are a lot of options. You have just started the life..Take any course on IT or Digital Marketing

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Sunil Kumar replied | 02/11/2016

Many companies doesn't look the same score you have achieved in your academic. Most important interviewer focus on technical and communication. If you think you are good on these two section definitely you can work in IT industry. about your technical path which technical subject you like do some advance course that will help you to get job soon instead of focus on non interested subject

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John replied | 07/06/2016

Congrats on choosing AngularJS. I am working on AngularJS and can give you a practical course from a simple to-do /grocery app to a large MVC pattern app. It's quite amazing when you discover the possibilities this technology can enable us from the other old ones.

If you are interested, you know where to contact me. My profile is right here!

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Shatrudra replied | 12/06/2016

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