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Angular and NestJS

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Angular and NestJS

Angular and NestJS are a match made in heaven. When partnered, they let you quickly create JavaScript applications. Angular takes care of the front-end (look and feel), and NestJS is for backend (inner workings and architecture). Both these languages are frameworks, so you can reuse blocks of code to cut out a lot of work and save time. No need to reinvent the wheel! We cover some advanced concepts in this course, so we recommend you’ve studied our Web Developer course and Introduction to JavaScript course, or that you’re familiar with HTML, CSS and JS.

What you'll learn

Front- and backend overview
Explore both sides of web development: front and back-ends
HTTP
Master the building blocks of web technologies: HTTP, its success and error codes, request/response cycle which is the main principle of web workflow.
TypeScript
Optimise the way you write code with TypeScript. Code in TypeScript is easier to debug and quicker to develop in comparision with JavaScript.
Angular
Build interactive web applications with Angular front-end framework.
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An Overview Of Typescript, Angular And Nest JS
If you are a developer familiar with JavaScript, you know that the language offers an ever-growing set of use cases and applications. But getting the most out of JavaScript isn’t just about the language itself -- using subsets and frameworks specifically designed for certain uses can make programming easier and more efficient and help you actualize some of your creative ideas.
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Building Web Applications Using C# And Blazor
In recent years, the world of web application development has been largely considered the realm of JavaScript. The powerful and versatile language has, thanks to a number of useful frameworks such as Angular, become the premiere choice for creating modern and user-friendly web applications. However, C# has also emerged as a viable alternative to JavaScript - thanks to the creation and development of the Blazor framework.
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3 Languages You Should Know To Become A Website Developer
The face of web development has changed significantly over the past two decades especially as the move toward tablets and smartphones as the primary devices for communication and work continues to rise every year. While laptops and desktops still remain essential for most office environments, remote work, and other professional functions, web development has lost some of the luster it used to have, as mobile development has become a more popular choice for many new and experienced programmers.
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