Learn all you need to know to build an application using Angular 14

What you will learn

What is a component, Importance of components, child and parent components, component life-cycles, best practices..

Directives, text interpolation, built-in and custom pipes, one-way binding, two-way and event binding

Built-in directives, attribute directives and structural directives

Services, dependency injection, HTTP Client

Routing, securing Angular apps with Auth Guard

Authentication with social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, GitHub, and LinkedIn account

What you should know


In this course, you will find all you need to know to build a production-ready web application using Angular.

You will start with an introduction to Angular, the application that you will build, and also the default Angular project file structure. You will then publish the Angular app to a Github repository and learn about the Github repository structure that you will follow.

If we were to group everything that you are going to learn into some categories then we would have four categories and each category:

Angular is a component-based framework so you can imagine that this is also the most important section of this course since it’s going to teach you the real fundamentals of this framework.
Here you will learn:

  • What is a component
  • Importance of components
  • Child and parent components
  • Component life-cycles
  • Best practices


In Angular, a template is a blueprint for a fragment of a user interface (UI). Templates are written in HTML, and special syntax can be used within a template to build on many of Angular’s features.
Here you will learn:

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  • Text interpolation
  • Pipes
  • Bindings
    • One-way binding
    • Two-way binding
    • Event binding
    • Class and style binding


Directives are classes that add additional behavior to elements in your Angular applications.

Here you will learn:

  • Built-in directives
  • Attribute directives
  • Structural directives

Dependency Injection

Dependencies are services or objects that a class needs to perform its function. Dependency injection, or DI, is a design pattern in which a class requests dependencies from external sources rather than creating them.

Angular dependency injection is really important because without dependency injection it would be really hard to work with real data. And in this course you will work with IMDb API, so you will need to create a service that is going to interact with this API.

To learn all these concepts and much more you are going to build an application from scratch, starting with just an empty project using Visual Studio Code.

You will also add authentication support using social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Github, and LinkedIn account. Last, but not least you will learn how to deploy an Angular application.




What you will learn
What you should know
Introduction to Angular
Setting up Angular development environment
Angular project file structure
Publishing an Angular project to a GitHub repository

Angular Components

What is a component?
Creating a new component
Generating all application components
Nesting components
Component lifecycles

Angular Templates – Data binding | Displaying data and event handling

Text interpolation
Built-in pipes