Udacity: Front End Frameworks

Learn how to build Single Page Applications in various Front End Frameworks! In this course, you'll learn how to create both an Angular application and an Ember app from scratch.

As you work through the course, you'll learn key architectural design techniques that make frameworks incredibly powerful.

Why Take This Course?
In this course, you’ll explore popular JavaScript frameworks that make building complex web applications a lot easier! Follow along as you build interactive, single-page applications that work seamlessly in the browser without ever reloading the page.

Filled with deep dives, code examples, and practical advice, you’ll uncover the magic behind JavaScript frameworks and what makes each of them unique.


### Lesson 1 - Building a Single Page Application
* How did we get here?
* What makes a Single Page App
* Core Framework Components

### Lesson 2 - Examine A Framework's Source
* Constructor Functions
* Underscore's Template Function
* Events and Routing in Backbone

### Lesson 3 - Angular
* Build a food reservation app in Angular
* Learn Angular's Views, Controllers, Directives, and more!
* Use the community-built UI-Router routing module

### Lesson 4 - Ember
* Build a food reservation app in Ember
* App generation and scaffolding with Ember-CLI
* Learn Ember's Templates, Services, Components, and more!
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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Self Paced
Subject Web Development
Institution Google
Provider Udacity
Language English
Hours 6 hours a week
Calendar 8 weeks long

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