In this video, focus on the most important folder that the Angular CLI tool creates for you, the src folder, with the core of your app files.
- [Instructor] Let's continue our exploration…of what you get when you create…an Angular Project with the CLI.…We'll take a look at what's going on…in this source folder.…So in here you'll notice that we do have…additional tslint as well as some tsconfig files.…So these just expand on what you have created…on this outer folder by allowing you…to control how some of the specific files…are working within your application.…The most important folder in the source folder…though is the app folder.…
This is where most of your programming will happen.…We'll be taking a look at how everything works…a little bit later.…Now, the Assets folder also really important.…This is where you place any files…that you want to push along with the application…when you publish your project.…So you can put things like images or a data.json file…or anything that you want to go ahead…and push when you publish the project on the internet.…
Right now you'll notice that there is an NT .gitkeep file…and this is just a special file…to prevent GitHub from ignoring the folder.…
- 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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