Over the last 3 days I completed two more CodeSchool courses Real-time with Web with Node.js and Building Block of Express. I’ve done some reading in the past with Node.JS and it was interesting to find out briefly how Node.JS works along with Express!
So, once I finish the Node, Express, and Coffescript courses mid next week I will be putting in alot of time with Angular!
On Sunday I started the Ember Course, which consisted of 7 levels which each took roughly 60-90minutes, and I finished it earlier today. I thought that ember would be more like AngularJS, but they seemed to be quite different in my opinion, and I will have some fun trying the Backbone course over the next few days.
A rough breakdown of the content included in each level was:
Level 1: Routes, Templates
Level 2: tagName, link-to
Level 3: Resource Routes, Dynamic Routes, Nested Routes
Level 4: Models, Fixtures
Level 5: Array Controllers, Computed Properties
Level 6: Components, Views, Partials, Render
Level 7: Controller Actions, Model Data Binding, Events in Views
On Monday I finished the first Angular course, and on Wednesday I finished the second Angular course: Staying Sharp with Angular.
The second course included some new Angular elements to me such as factory, provider, services, and resource.
Up next I hope to complete the one Ember, and two Backbone courses by early next week.
Up next in my code school schedule, is Shaping up with AngularJS and Staying Sharp with AngularJS. The first course I completed back in November, as it is free on angularjs.org. Through that tutorial, I was introduced to code school.
The first course I should be able to complete fairly quickly, as the content briefly includes, directives, forms, and services which I have known about for a couple months now.