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In this tutorial series you'll learn the fundamentals of Angular and how to actually use it for building real world applications.
Here we create the ApiService and UserService, subsequent models for our data, as well as implementing error handling.
Restricting components based on a User's authentication status.
Retrieving, Storing, and Utilizing a JWT for User Authentication.
Using Angular's CanActivate Guard to Restrict Routes
Implementing Our Own Authentication Based CanActivate Route Guards
Using Angular's NgClass Directive to Include or Exclude CSS classes based on an expression.
Building out Conduit's Following and Unfollow Feature.
Using a Resolver to Prefetch Data, and Creating and Updating Data Using the Same Component.
Building Out Conduit's Article Page and Article Related Components.
Building out Conduit's Article Comment Components and Service.
Organize application functionality by splitting them into modular chunks.
Learn how to create reusable functionality within a service that components can access via dependency injection.
Learn how to use components — the fundamental building block of Angular and the successor of ng-controller.
Changing an Angular application's behavior based on where users navigate.
Components in Angular are directives with a template
Create a modular component design using a container component with multiple presentation components
An introduction to structural directives in Angular
Conditionally create and destroy a host element and it's child elements
Iterating over a collection in Angular is easy with the NgFor structural directive
Let's learn to build an Attribute Directive using Angular
Using the Input decorator to accept input data into an Attribute Directive
Using Directive Input, HostBinding, and HostListener decorators exercise
Recreate the epic scene between Han and Greedo in the Mos Eisley Cantina using Directives
Learn the three types of directives in Angular