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21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
Javascript

According to you, what is the first benefit of using an 'immediately-invoked function expression...

146 answers
3 good - 143 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

Your company has deployed a web application developed with Angular 2.

194 answers
90 good - 104 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
.NET

What happens when you try to execute the following code?

226 answers
71 good - 155 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You are developing a library containing Angular 2 components to be reused by other developers...

551 answers
180 good - 371 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You are developing an Angular 2 application in Typescript.

363 answers
287 good - 76 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
.NET

The salesmen of your company are using an application to prepare commercial offers for their...

98 answers
26 good - 72 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You are writing a Typescript class in a .ts file.

418 answers
110 good - 308 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
.NET

What is the displayed output of this code?

101 answers
61 good - 40 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You have developed an Angular 2 application from a skeleton generated by angular-cli.

359 answers
341 good - 18 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

Which of the following statments is true?

179 answers
47 good - 132 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
.NET

You have been asked to add error handling in the method below.

214 answers
151 good - 63 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
Javascript

What happens when you try to execute the following code?

453 answers
271 good - 182 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
Javascript

What is the difference between 'undefined' and 'undeclared' ?

304 answers
284 good - 20 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

What are the default access levels (public, private, ...) of a variable defined in Typescript...

709 answers
269 good - 440 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You have developed an Angular 2 application with Typescript.

130 answers
75 good - 55 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You have developed an Angular 2 application from a skeleton generated by angular-cli.

191 answers
190 good - 1 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
Javascript

What happens when you try to execute the following code?

311 answers
21 good - 290 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
Javascript

What happens when you try to execute the following code?

559 answers
203 good - 356 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You developed a component in Angular 2 and Typescript.

931 answers
515 good - 416 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You have developed an Angular 2 application from a skeleton generated with angular-cli.

463 answers
452 good - 11 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

You developed an Angular 2 component named CustomerComponent in TypeScript.

617 answers
314 good - 303 bad