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Angular 2+ Notes for Professionals

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Angular 2+ Notes for Professionals

Publisher: Goalkicker.com
Number of pages: 232

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Chapters: Getting started; Components; Directives; Page title; Templates; Commonly built-in directives and services; How to Use ngif; Modules; Pipes; Custom Validations; Routing; Installing 3rd party plugins; Lifecycle Hooks; Services and Dependency Injection; Angular 2 Forms Update; Testing ngModel; Advanced Component Examples; and more.

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