Angular Developers

Ever feel like burning the .spec.ts  files in your Angular
application?

I know the frustration.

Years ago I tried to learn how to test my Angular applications.

I wanted to be cool and smart like the "big boys".  😎

But nothing made sense.

I was confused.

All the blog posts I dug up were outdated  and only covered the basics such as checking if a component had been created or if a fake service returns the expected results.

I felt snubbed.

Why, a trained cat can check if an h1 tag contains 'Hello world'. And at the end of the day I wondered if shouldn't just put some
🔥 🔥 🔥 to those spec files.

Does this sound like you?

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The "Unleash Your Angular Testing Skills"
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Angular Developers - learn how to unleash your testing skills, properly test your Angular application without breaking a sweat and send fewer bugs to production.

We'll cover all kinds of things like...

  • The basic testing theory you need to get started with a BANG!
  • What pieces of your Angular you should test when you don't know where to start.
  • How NOT to write your first tests.
  • Mocking dependencies is hard, right? Wrong!
  • How to eliminate the lost feeling you get when staring at a blank test file and not sure what to even start typing.
  • The quirks in Angular’s default testing environment. And ways to make it 10X better.
  • Say goodbye to weird injection errors that make Angular testers want to smash their pc, yank their scalp with all 10 fingers and move to another country.
  • You have to create an API server to test HTTP calls, right? Wrong!
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So you want to learn how to test Angular applications?

I remember the first time I took a lick at writing tests for my Angular application.

That was some years ago.

The official Angular docs weren’t that great or helpful. And I couldn’t find any simple tutorials or blog posts to help me out.

I felt like a 5-year-old New Yorker lost in an overgrown jungle not sure where to turn or go.

I got lost in questions like what should I focus on testing? When should I and how do I mock dependencies? And grunted over things like asynchronous functions, etc…

Seemed like my head was constantly spinning with null injection and timeout errors.

😵 😵 😵

I was so frustrated that I gave up, thinking I could get by with manually testing my code before I shipped. To think I didn’t need to write tests for my code was a dumb idea that I should’ve never hatched.

A couple of things happened. First, more bugs began to slip by me and pop their ugly heads in production. Second, my code wasn’t as clean and neat as it could’ve been. And third, I had this mysterious feeling way down in the depths of me somewhere that I wasn’t as professional as I could be.

Now, I don’t know exactly why you’re here reading this  but I can make a good guess.

Sure, you want to learn how to test Angular applications. But I believe that deep down you’re looking for something more. You want to be a better developer. You want to write better code. You want to catch the bugs before they’re released into the wild. You want to be proud of what you do.

If that sounds like you then click the button below to join the "Unleash your Angular Testing Skills"  course.
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If for any reason you're dissatisfied with the purchase, all you have to do is contact me and I'll give you a refund AND let you keep the course for FREE. No questions asked.

Course contents

Here's how to become a better Angular developer. Faster.

When you start testing your code you’ll discover, sooner or later, some code that’s hard to test.

Why is it that way?

The reason your code is hard to test is because it is hard to understand and poorly designed. It was slapped together and poorly engineered.

Maybe you thought it was a good piece of code, but when you’re testing it you find it’s not so good after all.

The first thought that might pop into your mind is that you can just skip tests this time. You know it works so why should you test it anyway?

But don’t cave in to that kind of low-man thinking. If you’ve got code that’s hard to test that means your code is the fault and not your tests. This is where testing your code really shines.

One of the advantages of testing your code is that it forces you to write better code. Giving you the side-benefit of being forced to evolve into a better coder.

It’s almost a mystery, yet anyone that’s tested their code consistently won’t disagree with me.

Writing tests demands that you think differently about the structure and flow of your code. And demand you to become a better developer.

If you don’t want to become a better Angular developer then stop reading right here and go see what your freinds are up to on Facebook.

But if you want to become a better professional then click the button below to join the "Unleash your Angular Testing Skills"  course and learn how to create Angular apps you're proud of.
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Then I'll reveal the steps you can follow to repeat my success like...

  • How to create a profile that brings high-paying clients to your door-step while you sleep.
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  • How much to charge. And why you should charge more instead of less.
  • And. So. Much. More.

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The Complete Angular Performance Guide

How to double or even triple the speed of your Angular application. 😮

Imagine doubling or tripling the performance of your angular
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Or once it had loaded, it performed many times faster than it
currently does?

This bonus in-depth-guide will teach you everything you need to know about optimizing your Angular app and making sure it loads blazing fast.

Every. Single. Time.
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THIRD BONUS

The Complete Book On Angular Testing

This 80+ page e-book is a step-by-step manual for developers that want to learn how to test Angular applications.

It covers topics like...

  • Should I even test my code?
  • General testing principles that every developer MUST know (in case you're new to testing).
  • The general theory that you need to unleash your Angular testing skills and become a bang-whiz at doing this.
  • How to avoid the testing frustration's that asynchronous code makes.
  • How to test Angular component's, pipes, attribute directives, services, and more...
  • How to write E2E tests with Cypress or Protractor.

    But do I have to? Test my code?? 🤨

    I recently went out to buy a new freezer for my wife.

    After a bit of looking we found the one she wanted. Can you guess what I asked the salesman?

    The question I asked him was “Does it work?

    His answer? “It’s been tested and verified to be working.”

    Call me crazy for asking such an obvious question - I won’t care.

    But, if your manager walked into the room as you’re coding, and asked you if the application you’re coding works, what would you say to him?

    And if he asked for proof that it works, what would you show him?

    The application?

    Would you click a few buttons here and there to prove that it’s working? Would you log in into it and then back out?

    The auto industry tests all the car parts that they make before selling them to the customer. Doctors require all sorts of exams before a patient is permitted to do surgery. Accountants fiddle away for hours to prepare financial records - they’re not allowed to miscount, not even by one cent. Why? Because one mistake could put them behind bars.

    I’m trying to make a point.

    The point is that testing is common in other industries. Shouldn't we learn something from that?

    Testing your code is not easy to learn or practice. That's why I've created this course.


    Especially for the young kids on the block that have never written more than a few “Hello World” programs and for loops. That’s why new developers, who weren’t taught the importance of testing their code, develop the bad habit of never testing it. Except manually of course.

    And the problem is, that many professional colleges never teach budding programmers to test their code. And the few exceptions make the mistake of never teaching them how to properly test their code.

    Add to the problem that the demand for  “professional” software engineers is currently doubling almost every 5 years. Which means that half of the active army of programmers that are hammering their keyboards right now, as you read this book, have 5 years of experience or less.

    Our industry is in a constant upheaval. We are part of an industry that is constantly putting up with growing pains.

    Combine that with the fact that most of us weren’t taught to test our code. And the few that did get some introductory training weren’t taught how to properly test their code.

    Is it any wonder that the idea of testing code is scoffed at times?

    The fact that you are reading this right now, is a small sign that you care about your profession. And you want to become better at what you do.

    If you want to learn how to make Angular applications that radiate with expertise and professionalism then click the button below.
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    Meet the instructor

    Hi, I'm Daniel Kreider

    Angular Consultant & Expert

    There are a lot of things that I'm bad at.

    I don't know how to change the oil in my car.

    I can't market my way out of a paper bag.

    And I don't even have a Twitter, Instagram or Facebook account.

    But there's something I'm good at - Angular.

    I've written dozens of articles about Angular that are scattered across my own blog, Medium, Dev, JavaScript in Plain English, ITNEXT and other random publications that have been viewed more than 117,296 times.

    Not to long ago I showed up as an invited guest on the Adventures in Angular podcast.

    I've also contributed to the Angular project. As well as some other popular open source projects like Tensorflow, Angular and ASP.NET Core.

    Oh! Before I forget to tell you... Python and I get along as well as two cheetahs in a sandbox.

    And Angular might be hard to master, but once you know how to use it you'll feel like a million bucks.

    I mean... that's how it was for me anyways. 😄
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    Frequently asked questions

    When will I get access to the course?

    You will get immediate access to the first and second module that covers the basics of testing Angular applications. Because this course is still in beta mode, the rest of the modules aren't available yet but will be coming soon.

    May I ask for a refund?

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