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React is a JavaScript library for UI development. Managed by Facebook and an open-source community of developers. Introduced in May 2013 and latest updates were released in 2019.


Angular is an open-sourced JavaScript framework for web and mobile development. It is TypeScript-based and managed by Google’s Angular Team and the Angular developer community. Launched in September 2016, Angular (also known as Angular 2.0) is a complete rewrite of AngularJS (Angular 1.0), which was introduced in 2010.

There have been six versions of Angular already, and the latest release took place on August 28th, 2019 – almost three weeks ago.

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Both React and Angular suitable for web and mobile application development Can develop single-page and multiple page web application and web apps.

Learning Curve

React framework is quite simple to understand as it has no dependency injection, no classic templates and no complicated features. Angular itself is a huge library, and learning all the concepts associated with it will take much more time than in the case of React


React is one of the most popular JS Framework worldwide with the huge Community support Angular has steep learning curve but this framework has been developed by Google, which works in favor of Angular’s credibility.

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UI course content


ui technologies course content
  • Introduction of UI Technologies
  • UI Developer roles and Responsibilities
  • Technologies around HTML
basics of html & css
  • Document Object Model (DOM)
  • Structure of HTML Page
  • Mandatory tags in the HTML page (HTML, head, body)
  • What is CSS
  • Different ways of applying CSS for elements, and priority chain of CSS
  • Heading tags(H1…H6), Tags and attributes(Class, Id, style..etc)
  • Inline and block-level elements
html tags
  • Including external page links in a page using anchor tags and its properties
  • Working with row and column data using table tags
  • Hiding and unhiding elements using display property
  • image tag, p tag, ul and ol tags, li, nobr, hr, br etc
  • Layouts, forms, buttons
  • Input fields ( text box, radio button, checkbox, dropdown, text area etc)
  • List of Browsers support HTML5
  • Media tags (audio and video tags)
  • Graphics using Canvas tag
  • Drag and Drop features
  • Working on locations lat and long using Geolocation
  • Storing user preferences using LocalStorage.
form elements
  • Get & Post
  • Validating input values in a form
  • Form action and type
css properties
  • Adding borders, font, pseudo classes
  • Positioning elements (absolute, relative, fixed and static)
  • Box model (margins, padding)
  • Floating elements float left, right etc.
  • Including external resources
  • Absolute and Relative Paths
  • Including external resources like CSS, images etc
  • Difference between CSS2 and CSS3
  • Adding borders and backgrounds
  • Advanced text effects(shadow)
  • Adding Transitions to elements
  • Responsive Designs
  • Difference between multiple devices, making a page to work on multiple devices
  • Media queries
  • What is Bootstrap Framework
  • Advantages of Bootstrap Framework
  • What is Responsive web page
  • What is Mobile-First Strategy
  • Setting up Environment
  • How to apply Bootstrap to Applications
Bootstrap Grid
  • What is Bootstrap Grid & How to apply Bootstrap Grid
  • What is Container
  • What is offset Column
  • How to change class properties
  • How to use Typography
  • What is Bootstrap Tables
  • What is Bootstrap Form Layout
  • How to hide or show the text in Bootstrap
Bootstrap Components
  • Why Bootstrap Components & Advantages
  • What are the different types of Bootstrap Components
  • How to use Glyphicons Component
  • What is Bootstrap Dropdown Menu Component
  • How to use Button Groups and Button Toolbar
  • What are different Input Groups Components
  • What is Navigation Pills & Tabs Components
  • How to build a Responsive Navbar
  • How to Add Forms and other controls to Navbar
  • What is Jumbotron / Page Header Components
  • How to Create Progress Bar
  • What is Media Objects Component
  • What is Bootstrap List Group Component
  • What is Bootstrap Panel Component

Session-3 & 4 – 90 mins

  • Introduction
  • Data types and data structures in Js
  • Control structures, if, if-else, while, for, switch case statements
  • Dynamic creation and manipulation of DOM elements using JS
  • Adding dynamic event listeners to DOM elements
  • Event capturing and event bubbling
  • Validations using key char codes
  • JavaScript Supported Data structures
  • Arrays & Objects
  • Preened methods in arrays
  • Strings and preened methods
Advanced JavaScript ES6
  • Adding methods for an object
  • Module Introduction
  • Understanding “let” and “const”
  • Arrow Functions
  • Exports and Imports
  • Understanding Classes
  • Classes, Properties and Methods
  • The Spread & Rest Operator
  • Destructuring
  • Reference and Primitive Types Refresher
  • Refreshing Array Functions
  • Wrap Up
  • Next-Gen JavaScript – Summary
  • JS Array Functions

angular js course content

Fetting Started
  • Course Introduction – What is Angular?
  • Angular vs Angular 2 vs Angular 9
  • CLI Deep Dive & Troubleshooting
  • Project Setup and First App
  • Brief about Typescript
  • Types
  • Classes
  • Interfaces
  • Generics
  • Modules
The Basics
  • Getting Started with Angular
  • Importance of Components
  • Creating a New Component
  • Understanding the Role of AppModule and Component Declaration
  • Total = 22 Hours
  • Using Custom Components
  • Creating Components with the CLI & Nesting Components
  • Working with Component Templates
  • Working with Component Styles
  • Fully Understanding the Component Selector
  • Data binding
  • String Interpolation
  • Property Binding
  • Event Binding
  • Two-Way-Data binding
  • FormsModule & Two-Way-Binding
  • Passing and Using Data with Event Binding
  • Understanding Directives
  • Using ngIf to Output Data Conditionally
  • Enhancing ngIf with an Else Condition
  • Styling Elements Dynamically with ngStyle
  • Applying CSS Classes Dynamically with ngClass
  • Outputting Lists with ngFor
  • Getting the Index when using ngFor
  • Understanding Angular Error Messages
  • Debugging Code in the Browser Using Source maps
  • Using Augury to Dive into Angular Apps
Components & Data binding
  • Module Introduction
  • Defining Apps into Components
  • Property & Event Binding
  • Binding to Custom Properties
  • Binding to Custom Events
  • Understanding View Encapsulation
  • More on View Encapsulation
  • Using Local References in Templates
  • @ViewChild() in Angular
  • Access to the Template & DOM with @ViewChild
  • Components with ng-content
  • Understanding the Component Lifecycle
  • Lifecycle Hooks in Action
  • Lifecycle Hooks and Template Access
  • @ContentChild() in AngularGetting Access to ng-content with @ContentChild
Directives Deep Dive
  • ngFor and ngIf Recap
  • ngClass and ngStyle Recap
  • Creating a Basic Attribute Directive
  • Using the Renderer to build a Better Attribute Directive
  • More about the Renderer
  • Using HostListener to Listen to Host Events
  • Using HostBinding to Bind to Host Properties
  • Binding to Directive Properties
  • Structural Directives
  • Building a Structural Directive
  • Understanding ngSwitch
Services & Dependency Injection
  • Creating a Service
  • Injecting Service into Components
  • Creating a Data Service
  • Understanding the Hierarchical Injector
  • Instances of Service
  • Injecting Services into Services
  • Using Services for Cross-Component Communication
  • Services in Angular
  • Router
  • Setting up Routes
  • Navigating with Links
  • Navigation Paths
  • Styling Active Router Links
  • Navigating Programmatically
  • Relative Paths in Programmatic Navigation
  • Passing Parameters to Routes
  • Fetching Route Parameters
  • Fetching Route Parameters Reactively
  • Passing Query Parameters and Fragments
  • Retrieving Query Parameters and Fragments
  • Child (Nested) Routes
  • Handling of Query Parameters
  • Redirecting and Wildcard Routes
  • Introduction to Guards
  • Protecting Routes with canActivate
  • Protecting Child (Nested) Routes with canActivateChild
  • Using Auth Service
  • Controlling Navigation with canDeactivate
  • Passing Static Data to a Route
  • Resolving Dynamic Data with the resolve Guard
  • Understanding Location Strategies
Understanding Observables
  • Angular Observables
  • Building a Custom Observable
  • Understanding Operators
Handling Forms in Angular Apps
  • Template-Driven (TD) vs Reactive Approach
  • TD: Creating the Form and Registering the Controls
  • TD: Submitting and Using the Form
  • TD: Understanding Form State
  • TD: Accessing the Form with @ViewChild
  • TD: Adding Validation to check User Input
  • Built-in Validators & Using HTML5 Validation
  • TD: Using the Form State
  • TD: Outputting Validation Error Messages
  • TD: Set Default Values with ngModel Property Binding
  • TD: Using ngModel with Two-Way-Binding
  • TD: Grouping Form Controls
  • TD: Handling Radio Buttons
  • TD: Setting and Patching Form Values
  • TD: Using Form Data
  • TD: Resetting Forms
  • Reactive Forms : Setup
  • Reactive: Creating a Form in Code
  • Reactive: Syncing HTML and Form
  • Reactive: Submitting the Form
  • Reactive: Adding Validation
  • Reactive: Getting Access to Controls
  • Reactive: Grouping Controls
  • Reactive: Arrays of Form Controls (FormArray)
  • Reactive: Creating Custom Validators
  • Reactive: Using Error Codes
  • Reactive: Creating a Custom Async Validator
  • Reactive: Reacting to Status or Value Changes
  • Reactive: Setting and Patching Values
  • Using Pipes
  • Chaining Multiple Pipes
  • Custom Pipe
  • Creating a Filter Pipe
  • Pure and Impure Pipes
  • Understanding the “async” Pipe
Http Requests
  • How Does Angular Interact With Backends?
  • The Anatomy of a Http Request
  • Backend Setup
  • POST Request
  • GETting Data
  • RxJS Operators to Transform Response Data
  • Types with the HttpClient
  • Loading Indicator
  • Service for Http Requests
  • Services & Components Working Together
  • DELETE Request
  • Handling Errors
  • Using Subjects for Error Handling
  • Using the catchError Operator
  • Error Handling & UX
  • Setting Headers
  • Adding Query Params
  • Different Types of Responses
  • Introducing Interceptors
  • Manipulating Request Objects
  • Response Interceptors
  • Multiple Interceptors
Authentication & Route Protection
  • HAuthentication
  • Adding the Auth Page
  • Switching Between Auth Modes
  • Handling Form Input
  • Preparing the Backend
  • Preparing the Signup Request
  • Sending the Signup Request
  • Adding a Loading Spinner & Error Handling Logic
  • Improving Error Handling
  • Sending Login Requests
  • Login Error Handling
  • Creating & Storing the User Data
  • Reflecting the Auth State in the UI
  • Adding the Token to Outgoing Requests
  • Attaching the Token with an Interceptor
  • Adding Logout
  • Adding Auto-Login
  • Adding Auto-Logout
  • Adding an Auth Guard
Angular Modules & Optimisation
  • Modules
  • AppModule
  • Feature Modules
  • Routes to Feature Modules
  • Component Declarations
  • Understanding Shared Modules
  • Understanding the Core Module
  • Adding an Auth Feature Module
  • Lazy Loading
  • Modules & Services
  • Ahead-of-Time Compilation
Unit Testing in Angular Apps
  • About this Section
  • Unit Tests
  • Testing Setup (as created by the CLI)
  • Running Tests (with the CLI)
  • Adding a Component and some fitting Tests
  • Testing Dependencies: Components and Services
  • Simulating Async Tasks
  • Using “fakeAsync” and “tick”
  • Isolated vs Non-Isolated Tests
Deploying an Angular App
  • Deployment Preparation & Steps
  • Using Environment Variables
  • Deployment Example: Firebase Hosting
  • Server Routing vs Browser Routing
NgRx with Angular (Optional)
  • Application State
  • NgRx
  • Reducers
  • Actions
  • NgRx Store
  • State
  • Dispatching Actions
  • Multiple Actions
  • Preparing Update & Delete Actions
  • Expanding the State
  • Managing More State via NgRx
  • Removing Redundant Component State Management
  • One Root State
  • Setting Up Auth Reducer & Actions
  • Dispatching Auth Actions
  • Exploring NgRx Effects
  • Effects & Error Handling
  • Login via NgRx Effects
  • Managing UI State in NgRx
  • Preparing Other Auth Actions
  • Adding Signup
  • Further Auth Effects
  • Adding Auto-Login with NgRx
  • Adding Auto-Logout
  • Using the Store Dev tools
  • The Router Store
Angular Universal (Optional)
  • Angular Universal & ModuleMapLoader
  • Adding Angular Universal
  • Adding Angular Universal with NestJS
  • Deploying Universal Apps
  • Getting Started with Angular Universal
  • Adding a Server-Side Build Workflow
  • Adding a NodeJS Server
  • Pre-Rendering the App on the Server
Angular Animations (Optional)
  • Making Animations Work with Angular
  • Setting up the Starting Project
  • Animations Triggers and State
  • Switching between States
  • Transitions
  • Advanced Transitions
  • Transition Phases
  • The “void” State
  • Using Keyframes for Animations
  • Grouping Transitions
  • Using Animation Callbacks
Online Capabilities with Service Workers (Optional)
  • Service Workers
  • Caching Assets for offine Use
  • Caching Dynamic Assets & URLs

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React is based on JavaScript ES6+ combined with JSX script. JSX is an extension for syntax, which makes a JavaScript code resemble that written in HTML. This makes the code easier to understand, and typos are easier to spot.

Angular can use JavaScript or TypeScript, which is a superset of JS developed specifically for larger projects. TypeScript is more compact than JavaScript, the code is easier to navigate, and typos are easily spotted.

UI Components

UI tools for React are developed by the community. There are a lot of free and paid UI components on the React portal.

To use material design components in React, you would have to install an additional library – Material-UI Library & Dependencies.

Angular has a built-in Material toolset, and it offers a variety of pre-built material design components. There are various buttons, layouts, indicators, pop-ups, and form controls. Because of this, UI configuration becomes simpler and faster.


React’s performance is greatly improved with the introduction of the virtual DOM Angular with most recent updates has greatly improved its performance, and it does not lose to React anymore

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