Build your Angular 2 App: From Auth to calling an API

  • Last week, the Angular team announced that Angular 2 was moving from Alpha to Developer Preview.
  • After looking around the internet, I learned that all of the existing examples were only one single page with just 1 or 2 components.
  • Those examples, while nice, weren’t really useful for creating a real world app.
  • Therefore, in order to learn and help the community, we decided to create a fully working, real life small application that would have multiple pages and would handle authentication as well as calling an API.
  • In order to do all this, we’d use most of the new Angular 2 features like the router, components, directives, pipes and DI, as well as Fetch for calling an API.


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Last week, the Angular team announced that Angular 2 was moving from Alpha to Developer Preview. Therefore, we figured it was time to give it a try. After looking around the internet, I learned that all of the existing examples were only one single page with just 1 or 2 components. Those examples, while nice, weren’t really useful for creating a real world app. Therefore, in order to learn and help the community, we decided to create a fully working, real life small application that would have multiple pages and would handle authentication as well as calling an API. In order to do all this, we’d use most of the new Angular 2 features like the router, components, directives, pipes and DI, as well as Fetch for calling an API. In this article, we’ll explain how we did it.

Build your Angular 2 App: From Auth to calling an API

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