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Angular Projects - Second Edition

By : Aristeidis Bampakos
Book Image

Angular Projects - Second Edition

By: Aristeidis Bampakos

Overview of this book

Packed with practical advice and detailed recipes, this updated second edition of Angular Projects will teach you everything you need to know to build efficient and optimized web applications using Angular. Among the things you’ll learn in this book are the essential features of the framework, which you’ll master by creating ten different real-world web applications. Each application will demonstrate how to integrate Angular with a different library and tool. As you advance, you’ll familiarize yourself with implementing popular technologies, such as Angular Router, Scully, Electron, Angular service worker, Nx monorepo tools, NgRx, and more while building an issue tracking system. You’ll also work on a PWA weather application, a mobile photo geotagging application, a component UI library, and many other exciting projects. In the later chapters, you’ll get to grips with customizing Angular CLI commands using schematics. By the end of this book, you will have the skills you need to be able to build Angular apps using a variety of different technologies according to your or your client’s needs.
Table of Contents (12 chapters)


In this chapter, we built an Angular application for managing and tracking issues using reactive forms and Clarity Design System.

First, we installed Clarity to an Angular application and used a data grid component to display a list of pending issues. Then, we introduced reactive forms and used them to build a form for reporting a new issue. We added validations in the form to give our users a visual indication of the required fields and guard against unwanted behavior.

An issue tracking system is not efficient if our users are not able to resolve them. We built a modal dialog using Clarity to resolve a selected issue. Finally, we improved the UX of our application by suggesting related issues when reporting a new one.

In the next chapter, we will build a progressive web application for the weather using the Angular service worker.