Angular News Wednesday, June 20
- But, Material eventually became the design spec for all Google apps and projects, including Angular.
- The stated goal of Angular Material 2 is to, build a set of high-quality UI components built with Angular and TypeScript, following the Material Design spec.
- The team goes on to clarify what they mean by, high-quality: – – In other words, the Angular Team wants you to use Material components in your apps, and they are trying their best to make that decision a no-brainer, especially with the newer versions of Angular.
- Two things to keep in mind here: – – Up until the beta.3 version of Angular Material 2, you could import a MaterialModule into the app module and make all the components available in a project.
- Similar to themes, you can bring them in with a standard element in your index.html file: – – Once you have your Angular app set up for Material, you can start using the extensive set of UI components at your disposal to prettify and elevate the user experience, and with…
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- In this course we will explore integral Angular Material components.
- We will start with components related to navigation, layout, and structure.
- We will then move through the utility, input, and datatable components, demonstrating how each can be used to suit your projects needs.
- Finally we will touch on theming your application to create a custom look and feel that fits within the Material Design guidelines.
- By the end of the course you will be comfortable leveraging the Angular Material library to create an outstanding interface and user experience!
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- A dependency in Angular can be a class, referred as a service or even a simple object.
- Angulars Dependency Injection is based on providers, injectors, and tokens.
- When a dependency is injected into another block (viz., a component, directive or service), the injector resolves the object from its list of dependencies using the token.
- The simplest way to register and use dependencies in Angular is using TypeScript classes as services.
- The following snippet shows the class of the PlaceComponent and it uses the constant registered above: – – Dependency Injection is one of the most important features that Angular provides to build scalable web applications.
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