AngularJS JumpStart Video Course Coming Soon!


UPDATE: This course has now been released!


I’m excited to announce that the AngularJS JumpStart video training course is about to be released under a new Code with Dan brand I’m creating! If you enjoyed the AngularJS in 60ish Minutes video on YouTube but wanted more details, sample code, and step-by-step guidance then you'll love this new course which provides over 4 hours of AngularJS goodness.

Stay tuned as I'll be posting video clips from the course on my YouTube channel, giving a few lucky people free access to the course (it’ll be available on initially), and handing out discount codes galore. Here’s a quick look at the topics covered in the course and the course introduction video.

  1. AngularJS - The Big Picture
  2. View, Directives and Filters
  3. Controllers, Scope and Modules
  4. Routing
  5. Factories and Services
  6. Animation


AngularJS JumpStart Course

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  • I really liked your 60ish min angular video and really looking forward for upstart.

  • Thanks Pinal! Glad to hear you enjoyed the 60ish minutes video. The new course will have a lot of great content and be available on soon.

  • Hello Dan,
    I am really looking forward to this course. All the help I have been able to find on the web so far, is either aimed ridiculously high like John Papa's Pluralsight courses, or merely cover the simple basics. I have been unable to find anything of quality in between.
    I am pretty sure you have already decided which backend stuff you will use and I fear it will be Nodejs/Mongodb instead of ASP.NET Web API/SQL. If, sadly, it is the former, I don't suppose it would be possible to cover the far more useful (to me anyway) Microsoft stack at a later date?

  • Hello Dan,
    I purchased the course, and as I feared, it does use Nodejs/Mongodb. However, that is not the end of the world. I think you mentioned somewhere that the course included source code. If I am not wrong, could you please tell me where it is as I am having difficulty finding it. Many thanks.

  • Pete,

    First off....thanks! :-)

    Node.js is used but only a little bit - just enough to serve up a basic JSON file and demonstrate making Ajax calls with AngularJS. No MongoDB is used at all though. The focus of the course is 100% on AngularJS and I decided to go with something to server up JSON that everyone can use (since not everyone runs Windows/Visual Studio).

    As far as the source code, you can find it in the "Module Materials" at the end of each module. There's a little download icon.


  • Hello Dan,
    I still cannot find the the little button to which you refer.
    Perhaps you mean the button that merely downloads a pdf file containing diagrams and code snippets.
    Can you confirm that example code files are not available.
    I really like the course so far by the way.

  • Hi Pete,

    I had a hard time finding it the first time too. :-) It's easy once you know the icon to click though. Here's a screenshot that shows what to click on when you're in the "Module Materials" section:

    Glad to hear you're enjoying the course!


  • "AngularJS in 60ish Minutes" was a great video. The routing was goofy ... I guess because of some updates after the video was posted, but it got me on the band wagon.

    Is the "Code with Dan" brand going to be a separate site, or hosted somewhere else? Hopefully not to expensive. :-)

  • Hi Greg,

    Glad you enjoyed the video. The routing took a bit for me to get used to at first as well but it's not too bad once you get the hang of it.

    I have a new website I'm hoping to release in the near future ( where I'll put new courses, training material, tips, etc. Planning to have a mix of free material plus paid options for the full-length courses.


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