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Understand How to Style Angular Components from @juristr on @eggheadio

Understand How to Style Angular Components - #angular course by @juristr

  • Developers usually have a love-hate relationship with CSS and styling user interfaces.
  • But it is a fundamental part of creating nice-looking, adorable and successful user interfaces.
  • In this course we will take a deep dive into the various possibilities Angular offers for styling components.
  • We learn about the different APIs, how they allow us to conditionally apply one or multiple styles in the form of style attributes and CSS classes.
  • We also explore the concept of style encapsulation and how it helps prevent our styles from leaking into other components.

Developers usually have a love-hate relationship with CSS and styling user interfaces. But it is a fundamental part of creating nice-looking, adorable and successful user interfaces. In this course we will take a deep dive into the various possibilities Angular offers for styling components. We learn about the different APIs, how they allow us to conditionally apply one or multiple styles in the form of style attributes and CSS classes. We also explore the concept of style encapsulation and how it helps prevent our styles from leaking into other components.

Developers usually have a love-hate relationship with CSS and styling user interfaces. But it is a fundamental part of creating nice-looking, adorable and successful user interfaces. In this course we will take a deep dive into the various possibilities Angular offers for styling components. We learn about the different APIs, how they allow us to conditionally apply one or multiple styles in the form of style attributes and CSS classes. We also explore the concept of style encapsulation and how it helps prevent our styles from leaking into other components.

Add styles to a component in Angular

Use Angular style encapsulation to avoid styles from leaking into other components

Style HTML elements in Angular using the style property

Conditionally add a single CSS class to a DOM element in Angular

Style HTML elements in Angular using ngClass

Style HTML elements in Angular using ngStyle

Use Angular style sanitization to mark dynamic styles as trusted values

Use Angular’s @HostBinding and :host(…) to add styling to the component itself

Use :host-context and the ::ng-deep selector to apply context-based styling

Use the Renderer2 to add styles to an element in Angular

Understand How to Style Angular Components from @juristr on @eggheadio

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