In this video, learn about adding frameworks and custom utilities into the project that the CLI installs like Bootstrap, Lodash, custom icons, and other dependencies.
- [Instructor] One of the reasons…we're working with a realistic project…is to show you real-life situations…that you would need to manage…whenever you're working on your own projects.…And so, the default installation is almost never…really appropriate for a real project.…You often want to be able to install…additional libraries or frameworks.…Now, to do that, we're going to use the node package manager,…which is available in your terminal…once you've installed Node.js.…So, in Visual Studio code,…there is a New Terminal command right here.…
I often use this command key,…so let's go ahead and pull that up.…And if you're using a PC, though,…this might not automatically let you use Linux commands.…So you may want to use something like Git Bash.…And what we want to do here is issue an npm install command,…and then install the library that we want.…Now, you can also issue an option called save,…or an option called save-dev,…and then put in the name of…the library that you want to install.…
So, if we wanted to install Bootstrap,…
- Building custom Angular projects
- Working with subcomponents
- Adding icons
- Adding search functionality
- Using lifecycle methods
- Managing list data
- Indexing your data
- Updating records
Skill Level Intermediate
Using the exercise files1m 43s
1. Building Custom Angular Projects
2. Working with Subcomponents
3. Creating More Subcomponents
Managing form submission8m 33s
4. Managing List Data
Next steps1m 8s
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