Exploring Angular forms
- For the
HealthCheckapp, this is expected since there’s simply no data to deal with: this is a monitor app that doesn’t store anything and requires no input from the user
WorldCitiesapp, however, tells a whole different story: we do have a database that we use to return results to our users, who could — at least theoretically— be allowed to make changes
It goes without saying that the
WorldCities app would be our best candidate for implementing our forms. In the following sections, we’ll do just that, starting with the Angular project (the front-end) and then moving to the ASP.NET Core Web API project (the back-end).
Forms in Angular
Let’s take a minute to briefly review our
WorldCities app in the state we left it in at the end of Chapter 6,...