Join Gary Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Capturing user events, part of Angular 2+: Creating CRUD Apps.
- [Instructor] When it comes to CRUD,…the create, update, and delete operations…will almost always rely on capturing user-initiated events…within an Angular temp file.…Now, through event binding,…we can capture a whole host of different types of events,…from clicks, which is the most common user event,…to focus, submit, scroll, and more.…Now, event binding is performed…by wrapping the event name in parentheses,…binding it to a method,…where we can optionally pass in arguments.…
In relation to CRUD operations,…event bindings would most often be used on form submissions…to create,…as well as on update and delete buttons,…usually passing in a unique identifier…to help our methods determine which result to modify.…In our playground project,…let's give event binding a go…so that we can have some real world experience.…I'm using Visual Studio Code…and I have our PG folder open,…so let's visit the source app…and app component HTML template file.…
I'm going to go ahead and get rid of…all of this boilerplate code here…and just gut everything between these divs right here.…
- Angular Firebase CRUD
- Firebase setup
- Starting a project
- Defining the template
- CRUD apps with MongoDB
- MongoDB setup
- Creating a data service
- Home component
- Creating, updating, and deleting articles
Skill Level Intermediate
Angular 2: Widget-Based Architectureswith Derek Peruo52m 18s Intermediate
Angular 2 Essential Trainingwith Justin Schwartzenberger2h 48m Intermediate
1. Required Understanding
2. Angular Firebase CRUD
3. CRUD Apps with MongoDB (Back End)
4. CRUD Apps with MongoDB (Front End)
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