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  • x, a key difference being that Angular 4’s Http returns observables.
  • Angular 4.0 HTTP requires that we need to learn some new concept or mechanism, including how to work with observables.
  • Angular uses observables extensively – you’ll see them in the HTTP service and the event system.
  • In version 4.0, Angular mainly introduces reactive programming concepts based on the observables for dealing with the asynchronous processing of data.
  • Most important functions like filter return an Observable, as in Observables beget other Observables, similarly to promises.

Tags: http, HTTP service, HTTP requests, Angular, Observable HTTP Events

  • 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!

Tags: integral Angular Material, Angular Material library, Material Design guidelines, ,

  • In this tutorial I am not going to discuss more about Angular concepts, I already discussed that in the below links.
  • To understand this demo better, first of all, please go through the below links before proceeding further.
  • I will demonstrate a few features of Angular 2 and above versions with a small demo application.
  • Here is the below content which I am going to cover as part of this demo application: – – Please do have a clear understanding of the below files, – – When we click on Users then by default it is the Detail, output as below, – – – -…

Tags: import, div class, export   class, ,

  • In this post we will deploy our application to the live Heroku platform.Here are the steps to deploy our application to Heroku:1.
  • Now we need to create a heroku application, type in the commandin the command line6.
  • To verify that the application has been created log into your heroku account and you will see itWe’ve created an empty app actually, the next step is to push the local Git repository into the repository7.
  • typeand heroku will do push your local git repository to the heroku git repository.8.
  • You can also type into the command linein the command line if you can’t remember the weird URL that heroku gives you.Your application URL will be different because it will be tied to your heroku account

Tags: local git repository, heroku git repository, git push heroku, type git, live Heroku platform

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