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Week Two of Learning Angular Part 2

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Thursday, March 25, 2021 Under: 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.module.ts file to add:
import { FormsModule } from '@angular/forms'; and include FormsModule under my array of imports.

Using Bootstrap Icons
First, npm i bootstrap-icons. Then add @import "~bootstrap-icons/font/bootstrap-icons.css"; to the style.css file. After that, you can implement the icon of your choice from

Creating a New Pipe
You can create a new pipe in the terminal by typing ng g p pipe-name. Go to that ts file and edit the transform section. Then, in the template or html file, you will implement it.

Input Properties
Going through the lesson with Mosh at 15%, I couldn't replicate the same results as he did using the same code. It could be that my Angular/TypeScript version is different than his and so the implementation may be different now. I'll need to revisit this!

Cool Tip
A cool tip that I learned is how to change a variable name and let it change the rest of them by selecting the variable name, click F2 and then change the variable name and click 'enter'.

In : angular 

Tags: angular tutorial and debugging  beginner 

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