Experience sharing for seminar on Building application using Angular & MVC at VJTI college on 21st Dec, 2016

A small update for sharing the experience about the WorkShop that was conducted at VJTI College(Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute ) on 21th Dec, 2016.  It was a whole day workshop where attendees we suppose to create Web application using angular & Asp.Net MVC. A big thank to Shivprasad Koirala for taking out time from his busy schedule & making this happen. We always love to see you teaching sir:)
The day went according to the scheduled agenda with a lunch break in afternoon.

– Angular fundamentals  – 30 min
– Creating a simple screen and binding with Angular – 30 min
– Adding it to Angular collection using ng-repeat – 30 min
– Validation using Angular – 30 min
– Using HTTP to post to MVC – 1 hr
– Edit,Update and delete functionality – 1 hr
– Navigation using SPA – 1 hr
– Angular DC – 30 min
– DI IOC and Factory – 1 hr
– Custom directives – 1 hr

Thanks you students of VJTI & non VJTI’s for attending this seminar & staying very enthusiast for learning & asking questions.

Group Pic: (More pics to come ;))15625725_1168845986532889_8921302823458407011_o

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I will not forget to thanks all others who indirectly been a part of this event. On behalf of Mumbai Techie Group I would like to thank Bhole Sir (VJTI faculty) for giving us opportunity to conduct session at the college promise & making arrangements of training hall & projectors

I would really like to take a moment to thank to all the great audience again who had came long way for attending this session. We got a really good response with nice feedback. Thanks a lot folks for your feedback.

It would be kind if you can share your experience/suggestions at the event or any recommendations of topics to be covered in upcoming seminars with us. It will definitely motivate us to help you better in future. Like the facebook page & comment about the event. Thank you.

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