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Week Eight of Learning Angular

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Sunday, July 11, 2021, In : angular 
This is my Week 8 of learning Angular. Sorry, I went off track for awhile. It's been 2 months since I wrote up my notes for Week 7. (See all of my learning notes for Angular.) I picked up a contract job towards the end of May and that had been my focus. This week I am focusing on error handling in Angular.

  1. Use onInit method to call http services and constructor should not call http services. Oninit is a lifestyle hook. When we use the ng onInit method, we tell the compiler about it.
  2. We want to ...

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Week Three of Learning Angular

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Thursday, April 1, 2021, In : angular 
I'm on Week Three of Angular and I'm going to re-do a workshop again because I wanted to figure something out that wasn't working properly for me before. I'm coding along with Programming with Mosh's tutorial on Angular.

My Fixes
In the Section 14-Solution-Favorite-Component, Mosh wrote the following line in the favorite.component.ts file: isFavorite: boolean; and it showed a red squiggly line for me and my front end would not compile right. There were two different changes that I could choose ...
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Week Two of Learning Angular Part 2

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Thursday, March 25, 2021, In : angular 
This is Week Two of Angular Part 2, click here to see Week Two of Angular Part 1.

What else impresses me about Angular so far
I am so excited about their pipes and how easily it is to change the format of your data!

Two-way Binding
Following the Angular Tutorial from Programming with Mosh, I kept getting the following error: "NG8002: Can't bind to 'ngModel' since it isn't a known property of 'input'." After some googling, I realized that with my version of Angular installed, I had to go to my app...
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