Ultimate Angular: Angular 2+ Fundamentals

  • All Angular code in the course is written in TypeScript , so if you’re new to TypeScript – this course will ease you in very gently.
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  • After the course you’ll be primed with the fundamental knowledge that will allow you to kickstart real world Angular development.

The most comprehensive Angular fundamental training course. Learn, understand, and build.
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John Papa: Introducing Angular Modules

  • In the post I’ll discuss some motivations for creating feature modules.
  • When we create feature modules, we always use forChild() as the forRoot() function is reserved for the app’s root module.
  • When we provide a service in a feature module that is eagerly loaded by our app’s root module, it is available for everyone to inject.
  • We have another opportunity for creating a feature by grouping the characters.
  • Now that we moved routing, let’s create the feature module in app/characters/characters.module.ts .

The @NgModule is a new decorator that has recently been added in Angular 2. NgModule defines an Angular Module, which (from the official docs) are defined as “Angular Modules help organize an application into cohesive blocks of functionality.”
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John Papa: Introducing Angular Modules

  • In the post I’ll discuss some motivations for creating feature modules.
  • We have another opportunity for creating a feature by grouping the characters.
  • When we provide a service in an feature module that is eagerly loaded by our app’s root module, it is available for everyone to inject.
  • Now that we moved routing, let’s create the feature module in app/characters/characters.module.ts .
  • Introducing Angular Modules – Feature Modules

The @NgModule is a new decorator that has recently been added in Angular 2. NgModule defines an Angular Module, which (from the official docs) are defined as “Angular Modules help organize an application into cohesive blocks of functionality.”
Continue reading “John Papa: Introducing Angular Modules”