Join Gary Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Displaying data, part of Angular 2+: Creating CRUD Apps.
- [Instructor] The R in CRUD,…which stands for read,…means that we need to display data to the user.…This usually means…either iterating through an array of objects,…in the case of displaying a list of blog posts, for example,…or displaying a specific object…and its associated properties,…like when a user clicks on a specific blog post.…In either case,…Angular provides us with interpolation to display properties…as well as the ngFor directive…which allows us to iterate through an array…and repeat a template to display data.…So let's use our playground project…to use interpolation to display a property…that we'll define in our component class…and also iterate through a hardcoded array of objects…with the ngFor directive.…
Using our component class file from the previous video,…let's make some adjustments.…So up here,…we're going to add a new property.…I'll name it myProp of type string,…and we'll bind it to "Go ahead, click that button."…Then we're going to adjust our method…so that once clicked,…it will change our myProp property to a message.…
- 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 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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