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Let's Build an AngularJS App!

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Let's Build an AngularJS App!

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[Recently] I had the pleasure of attending the Atlanta Code Camp. It was a fantastic venue with sold out attendance and a variety of speakers covering cutting edge topics. I always try to submit a variety of topics but due to popularity, AngularJS won again! I've watched many talks that break down various facets of Angular and even some live coding demonstrations, but realized there haven't been many that cover building an actual, functional app with unit tests.

I structured the talk so that I could easily go from start to finish in stages. In the PowerPoint deck you'll see I have actual git checkout commands that reference the various commits. This will enable you to roll forward to each step after you've cloned the repository. The result is a responsive health calculator app that scales well to a variety of page sizes, has built-in validations for inputs and provides you with basal metabolic rate (BMR), body mass index (BMI), and target heart rate zones (THR). The app was developed using a test-driven (TDD) approach with a total of 83 specifications. The GitHub repository has full source and instructions.

Here is the deck. I hope you enjoy!


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