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Angular Property Binding

Another type of binding in Angular is property binding. In property binding, you use square brackets. It allows you to set the property of html elements within the template from data from the component class. Here is an example… We can use the aforementioned component properties to set the width

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Angular Interpolation

Angular interpolation is one-way data binding. interpolation allows you to pass data from the component class to the template. In the template you wrap it in curly braces. Say we have a class as follows… To use this in our html template, we need to interpolate the data with curly

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Angular Data Binding

In Angular, we use data binding to move data back and forth between the component class and the html view. There are three types of binding… Interpolation – one way binding from class to template Property – html event passed from template to class Event – html property setting from

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Angular Component Templates

When you use the Angular CLI to create a component, it will automatically create a selector, templateUrl and styleUrl for you. The templateURL will be set to the component HTML template. You can pass information back and forth between your template and component class. Ways to Use a Component There

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Angular Component Providers

As you build your application, you will create services. An Angular component is to contain logic for the view, while services contains logic for the component. For example, a call to an API to get data is one example a job that a services performs. This is where providers come

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Angular Component Styles

In an earlier post, I wrote about using template html to render your Angular component. CSS styles work similarly. You can provide css styles specific to a component. Just like template and templateUrl, you can use css styles inline with the styles metadata and externally with the styleUrls metadata. If

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