Angular's Client-Side

Get introduced to the client-side of Angular's client-server model.


In the first chapter, we discussed how web applications worked within the context of a client-server model. Now it’s time to look at how Angular’s various features come together to create the client-side of the client-server model.

We started the previous chapter by creating a simple service. We consumed this service from our single component. We also used that component to manage a template displaying the data that was returned from our service. We then saw how our AppComponent was bootstrapped through the root module AppModule in app.module.ts.

This was a simple example. We were becoming familiar with the various parts of Angular at the most basic level by restricting ourselves to a single page. Most applications span multiple different views, making HTTP requests to servers and responding to a user as they interact with the application.

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