In this video, learn how an app is structured by exploring the application build process file by file in the order that the project is created.
- [Instructor] We're continuing our conversation…about how Angular works and we're going to explore…how the project loads and processes so to do that,…the first thing you should look at is this angular.json file…which we touched on in the previous video.…What you need to know about this file…is it identifies where things are supposed to go.…So for example you'll notice that the sourceRoot folder…is the defined right here, and you can see that there is…a prefix as well as an option for what happens…when you issue the build, or the serve command.…
It tells you where things are placed…what the file names are supposed to be.…Now I'm mentioning this just so you know that if you want…to sort of modify the structure of your Angular project…you start off be redefining what the defaults are.…So if you don't want the source folder to be called src…then you could just rename this section right here…called sourceRoot and what you'll find from reading this…is that the things that it loads,…are going to be this main.ts file…
- 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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