This article is part 3 of the SitePoint Angular 2+ Tutorial on how to create a CRUD App with the Angular CLI. In part one we learned how to get our Todo application up and running and deploy it to GitHub pages. This worked just fine but, unfortunately, the whole app was crammed into a single component. In part two we examined a more modular component architecture and learned how to break this single component into a structured tree of smaller components that are easier to understand, re-use and maintain. In this part, we will update our application to communicate with a REST API back-end.
In this blog we will learn how to Install and Deploy an AngularJS Ecommerce Application built using AngularJS, Node.js and Cosmic JS. This Ecommerce Application allows you to process orders from customers and accept Stripe payments for goods and services. Manage inventory in your Cosmic JS Dashboard or in the admin area on the website.
We take a look at the evolution of Angular (or AngularJS), including their hallmarks as well as what's to come in the near future!