Angular vs React

Angular and React are related to JavaScript. However, they both hold a lot of variations between them. Here, we are comparing them on the basis of their history, architecture, prominent features, and certain other important criteria. Comparison Index Angular React History TypeScript based JavaScript framework. Written in TypeScript. Developed and maintained by Google. Known as … Read more

Template-driven Forms

For applications like login, request submission, order placement, data entry, etc, the use of the Template-driven forms is recommended. To create a Template-driven form, follow these steps: Create a project: Step 1: Create a new project and name it my-angular-forms. ng new my-angular-formsng new my-angular-forms Step 2: Go to the project folder. cd my-angular-formscd my-angular-forms … Read more

Angular Reactive Forms

To handle the form input whose values can be changed over time, a model-driven approach is followed by the Angular reactive forms. Angular reactive forms are thus also known as model-driven forms. A simple form-control can be created and updated, in reactive forms. One can also use multiple controls in a group, validate form values, … Read more

Data Flow in Angular Forms

The way the framework handles the data flow is required to understand before creating an Angular form. Reactive and template-driven follow different structures to handle the input of the user, both being a different type of Angular form. Data flow in Reactive forms: Each form element in the view in a Reactive form is directly … Read more

Angular 7 Forms

Forms in Angular 7 are used to handle the user’s input, enable users to log in, update profile, enter information, and to perform different data-entry tasks. To handle the user’s input through forms, there are 2 approaches in Angular 7: Reactive forms Template-driven forms Reactive Forms vs. Template-driven Forms: For the collection of the user’s … Read more

Angular Error Fixing

Errors in Angular can be an effect of several causes. Example 1: component.html: <div class="container"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-xs-12"> <h2>Servers::</h2> <button class="btn btn-primary" (click)="AddServer()">Add</button> <br><br>   <ul class="list-group"> <li class="list-group-item " *ngFor="let server of servers; let i = index" (click)="RemoveServer(i)">{{ server }} </li> </ul> </div> </div><div class="container"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-xs-12"> <h2>Servers::</h2> <button class="btn btn-primary" … Read more

Angular 7 Pipes

The filters in Angular 1 are called Pipes onwards Angular 2. The pipe in Angular 7 is used to transform data and is denoted by | symbol. Integers, strings, arrays, and date can be taken as the input of Pipe, each separated with |. The data is transformed in the desired format and is displayed … Read more

Angular 7 Property Binding

To pass data from the component class (component.ts), the Angular 7 property binding is used. It also sets the value of the given element in the user-end (component.html). Being an example of one-way data binding, property binding transfers the data from the component to the class. The property binding is so important because it facilitates … Read more

Angular 7 Event Binding

The process of binding the events along with the methods is known as event binding. It is used with parenthesis (). Example: @Component({ selector: ‘app-server’, templateUrl: ‘./server.component.html’, styleUrls: [’./server.component.css’] }) export class ServerComponent implements OnInit { allowNewServer = false; serverCreationStatus= ‘No Server is created.’; constructor() { setTimeout(() =>{ this.allowNewServer = true; }, 5000); }   … Read more

Angular 7 String Interpolation

To display dynamic data at the user end on the HTML template, the Angular 7 String interpolation is used. Using Angular 7 String interpolation, the changes can be made on component.ts file and the data can be fetched from there to HTML template i.e, component.html file. Example: component.ts file: import {Component} from ‘@angular/core’; @Component( {selector: … Read more