Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Angular: Building an Interface.
- [Ray] Hey there, this is Ray Villalobos.…Thanks for watching this course.…We have a ton of Angular content in the library,…so if you want to learn more about it,…make sure you do a search on that on our site.…Of course, the angulular.io website has a ton of resources,…including the documentation, which you can find right here,…and it's where you can dig into how you use…every one of the directives…and other parts of the framework.…Now as I mentioned, this course is part of a series…of related courses where I build similar applications…using different frameworks.…
I can give you a really good idea of what the differences…between, for example, Vue, React, Angular…and even jQuery are.…The best way to find those is just to do a search…for by Ray Villalobos and then add the word interface.…Now if you want to know what I'm up to,…check out my personal website, raybo.org,…where I have a list of all my courses, as well as articles.…There are links to my social media accounts…where you can connect with me…in just about any social media network.…
- 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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