Angular makes heavy use of components. In this video, learn what components are and how they are used.
- [Instructor] Angular is built upon components. … The starting point of an Angular app is the bootstrapping … of the initial parent component, much like the HTML DOM tree … that starts with an HTML element … and then branches down from there. … Angular runs on a component tree model. … After Angular loads the first component … with the bootstrap call, it then looks within … that component's HTML view and sees … if it has any nested components. … If so, Angular finds matches … and runs the appropriate component code on those. … This repeats for each component down the tree. … A component in Angular is used to render a portion of HTML … and provide functionality to that portion. … It does this through a Component class … in which you can define application logic for the component. … For example, you can have a MediaItemComponent … that can have a property named mediaItem … that represents the data for a mediaItem. … And that component can also have … a method called onDeleteClick … that can handle raising the delete mediaItem event. …
- What is Angular?
- Working with components
- Binding events and properties
- Getting data to components
- Using directives and pipes
- Creating Angular forms
- Validating form data
- How Angular does dependency injection
- Making HTTP calls
- Styling components
Skill Level Intermediate
Angular: Building an Interfacewith Ray Villalobos2h 20m Intermediate
1. Architecture Overview
3. Directives and Pipes
5. Dependency Injection and Services
8. Styling Components
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