Almost every web app will require some sort of a registration and login form. Not only that, but registration forms are a great learning project for Angular app development.
In this course, you'll learn how to build a simple registration form using Angular. You'll see how to add the base markup and styling for the form, how to dynamically build a select box, and how to work with radio buttons in Angular. We'll also cover using Angular's built-in validation, as well as triggering validation manually to handle more advanced scenarios.
1.Introduction2 lessons, 05:18
2.Creating a Template-Driven Form6 lessons, 51:50
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:25
Hi folks. In this course we are going to learn about Angular's template driven form capabilities and see how to add a simple registration form. Will see how to add the base markup and some light styling for the form. As well as how to make use of Angular's era classes to add era styling. We'll see how to add two-way bindings to the form controls so that the data entered by the user is easily captured. And we'll learn about Angular's own internal form model that keeps track of all of the controls, their values, and whether they are valid or not. Also covered in the course will be working with validation in Angular. We'll see how to use regular HTML file validation attributes with Angular. And also cover slightly more advanced scenarios where we want to trigger validation manually. Let's get started.
1.2 Set Up the Dev Environment