That’s the end of our look at Angular components. I hope you’re convinced that components could be a useful tool for your next Angular app! My name’s Dan Wellman, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching.
See below for links to some other courses about Web Components.
1.Introduction2 lessons, 06:28
2.Creating Your First Component3 lessons, 19:33
3.Working With Components3 lessons, 20:40
4.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:58
Hi folks. Thanks for watching this course. I hope it's brought you up to speed on one of the latest features of Angular, components. We spent the course refactoring a directive into a reusable and self-encapsulated component in order to see some of the differences between directives and components. We looked at the configuration options we no longer need or which aren't available, and saw the new bindings option that we used to specify inputs and outputs for a component. We saw how to associate a control over the component, how to promote reusability, and how to use the lifecycle events to perform set up or tear down or react to changes in the component's state. I'm @danwellman on Twitter, if you have any comments or issues. And don't forget the solution branch in this course's repository called component-end which contains the working code and which you can use as a reference, if necessary. From all of us here at Tuts+, thanks for watching