If you are building an Angular 2 app, there will come a time when you need external data. The way to make this happen is through the HTTP service. HTTP allows you to make requests against remote endpoints and parse this data into a usable format.
In our new Coffee Break Course, How to Use the Angular 2 HTTP Service, you'll learn all the ins and outs of using HTTP with Angular 2.
What You’ll Learn
The HTTP service has changed a lot since Angular 1. The main difference is the fact that information returned from HTTP is in the form of an
Observable. As a result, we need to use special operators to handle the response.
Follow along in this Coffee Break Course as instructor Reggie Dawson shows you exactly how to use the HTTP service to request external data in Angular 2.
Watch the Introduction
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If you've never used Angular 2, you can learn everything you need to know in our course Get Started With Angular 2. Or if you want to build on your Angular 2 experience, why not check out:
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