This book will offer a step-by-step tutorial on using Angular. Most of the Angular framework will be covered in this course, and you’ll be able to create your own web applications and use Angular in your own projects. You’ll gain knowledge of powerful declarative programming-driven templating syntax, using Angular directives to build out common functionality for your application, testability, and fantastic testing assistance. Make HTTP calls, deal with server-related use cases that come up, Data-driven programming, which is facilitated by data binding, Create and test Angular components to design user interfaces that work well. You’ll be prepared to use Angular for your own applications at the end of the book. I sincerely hope you will find this book beneficial.
Today, using a framework like Angular or React to create a front-end experience is a very popular choice. It is uncommon for someone to create a front-end application without using a framework.
The benefits of employing frameworks are numerous, ranging from lessening the amount of boilerplate code to giving developers of applications a standardised framework and appearance. The main goal is always to spend less time on unnecessary tasks and more time on the crucial features we want to offer. And more power to it if it functions across browsers.
Topics covered by this book:
- Chapter 2 is about Starting Your First Angular Project. Understanding the Angular CLI. Basics of an Angular Application. Steps in Creating New Components
- Chapter 3 is about Useful Built-In Angular Directives. Built-In Attribute Directives. Built-In Structural Directives. Multiple Sibling Structural Directives.
- Chapter 4 is about Understanding and Using Angular Components. Defining a Component. Components and Modules. Component Lifecycle. Interfaces and Functions.
- Chapter 5 is about Testing Angular Components. Why Unit Test? Writing Unit Tests Writing an Angular-Aware Unit Test. Testing Component Interactions.
- Chapter 6 is about Working with Template-Driven Forms. Template-Driven Forms. Alternative to ngModel—Event and Property Binding. Working with FormGroups.
- Chapter 7 is about Working with Reactive Forms. Understanding the Differences. Using Reactive Forms. Control State, Validity, and Error Messages and Form Arrays.
- Chapter 8 is about Angular Services. What Are Angular Services? Creating Our Own Angular Service. An Introduction to Dependency Injection. RxJS and Observables: Moving to Asynchronous Operations.