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Angular Essential Training

via LinkedIn Learning


Learn the essentials of Angular, the “superheroic” JavaScript platform, including powerful features such as two-way data binding, comprehensive routing, and dependency injection.


  • Why use Angular?
  • What you should know
  • Using the exercise files
  • Basics of TypeScript
  • Course overview
1. Architecture Overview
  • Components, Bootstrap, and the DOM
  • Directives and pipes
  • Data binding
  • Dependency injection
  • Services and other business logic
  • Data persistence
  • Routing
2. Components
  • NgModule and the root module
  • Component metadata
  • Bootstrapping the module for the browser
  • The component selector
  • The component template
  • Styling a component
  • Using other components in a component
  • Interpolation and the expression context
  • Property binding
  • Event binding
  • Getting data to the component with @Input
  • Subscribing to component events with @Output
3. Directives and Pipes
  • Structural directives: ngIf
  • Structural directives: ngFor
  • Attribute directives: Built-in
  • Attribute directives: Custom
  • Using directive values
  • Working with events in directives
  • Angular pipes: Built-in
  • Angular pipes: Custom
4. Forms
  • Angular forms
  • Template-driven forms
  • Model-driven forms
  • Validation: Built-in
  • Validation: Custom
  • Error handling
5. Dependency Injection and Services
  • How Angular does dependency injection
  • Services in Angular
  • Class constructor injection
  • Building and providing a service
  • Providing services in the root
  • Using the service in components
  • The @Inject decorator
  • Injection token
  • The Angular HttpClient
  • Using a mock backend for HTTP calls
  • Using the HttpClient for GET calls
  • Using search params in GET calls
  • Use HttpClient for POST, PUT, and DELETE calls
  • Handling HTTP errors
7. Routing
  • Setting the base href and configuring routes
  • Registering routing in the app module
  • Router outlets
  • Router links
  • Working with route parameters
  • Using the Router class to navigate
  • Using a feature NgModule for routes
  • Lazy loading a route module
8. Styling Components
  • The view encapsulation modes
  • How Angular scopes styles to components
  • Using common CSS selectors
  • Special CSS selectors Angular supports
  • Working with global styles
  • Next steps

Taught by

Justin Schwartzenberger


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