Angular – a widely used web application platform – featuring a component and class-based system is growing in popularity. Given its simple, declarative properties and cross-platform capabilities, it’s no surprise that the platform has been advantageous to enterprises and SMB developers.
This Refcard will review Angular essentials and cover pivotal concepts behind this ever-growing application platform. From Angular’s basic architecture to property and event binding, this Refcard highlights the foundational and advanced topics needed for successful app development in Angular.
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Angular’s basic architecture: NgModules, Components, Templates, Directives, Two-way Data Binding, Services, Dependency Injection, and Routing
Setting up an environment: Downloading Angular with the Angular CLI tool; must have Node.js and npm installed
Components: What you see in the browser. Consists of the following parts: a TypeScript class called the Component Class, an HTML file called the template of the component, and an optional CSS file for styling the component
Data binding: Determines how data will flow in between the component class and component template
Component communication: For sharing data (object, string, number, array, HTML)
Directives: Creating DOM elements and changing their structure or behavior in an Angular application