Join Sahil Malik for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of SharePoint Framework for Developers: 5 SPFx and Angular.
- [Instructor] Let's talk a little bit about what you should know, your background, so you get the most out of this course. Before watching this course, please make sure that you are familiar with SPFx development. SPFx is a big topic in itself, and I have covered it quite well in other courses on LinkedIn Learning, so please make sure you watch those first. I will not be covering the basics of SPFx here. Also, I don't intend to cover the basics of Angular here.
I expect that this is a topic you're already familiar with. There are plenty of courses, both on LinkedIn Learning, and the general internet, so please make sure you brush up on Angular first. In order to deploy, you'll need to deploy somewhere where SharePoint framework runs. Typically this means an Office 365 subscription, although certain parts of SharePoint framework also run on SharePoint On-Premises. So either an Office 365 subscription, or SharePoint On-Premises is what you need.
Now, my demos will be focused on Office 365, so that's what you need to follow along through this course. You will also need VS Code. VS Code is a fantastic development environment and it's free. You can download it from code.visualstudio.com, and a dev machine to run this on, Mac, Windows, or Linux, anywhere VS Code runs, and a modern browser.
- Why out-of-the-box Angular doesn't work well with SPFx
- Architectural approaches
- Creating and running an Angular CLI project
- Converting Angular components to Angular elements
- Building and running Angular elements
- Creating a new SPFx project
- Using Angular elements in SPFx