Make your content fluid with AngularJS

 Sep 05, 2016

Content is like water. It needs to adapt to many forms and flow effortlessly into the device being used.

With the power of AngularJS, you can start building webpages that engage and deliver relevant content and change the way your audience interacts with your site.

In the following blog posts Auret Swanepoel, New Horizons' Technical Trainer, will introduce you to the world of AngularJS.

For more information, take a look at New Horizons' "Introduction To Responsive Web Development With Angularjs And Bootstrap"course, and "Developing Responsive Websites Using Jquery, AngularJS And Bootstrap" course.

 Oct 06, 2020

When thinking about creating your application, you should keep Angular JS in mind. Angular JS can be used to make your application more reactive for your users, this [...]

 Oct 20, 2020

This blog will continue on from my previous blog post, here, we will create an application that uses actual data from a specified source. The source of our data will be [...]

 Nov 17, 2020

What is an Angular Service? In my previous blog post I have used what we call an Angular Service, we used this service to communicate to a server and retrieve some [...]

 Jan 19, 2021

Creating a custom directive Angular JS provides us with multiple directives straight out of the box, this is awesome but in some cases we have requirements that are [...]

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About the Author:

Auret Swanepoel  

As a recent addition to the New Horizons team, Auret is a highly skilled and qualified IT Technical trainer. He has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) since 2008 and has since then, also become a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) and a Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP). With his international experience as a trainer in South Africa, Auret is able to adapt his teaching style to different audiences in the classroom and ensure that students are learning in a positive and collaborative environment.

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