AngularJS 1.5+ has undergone major updates. In this article, you'll learn how to develop AngularJS applications using a component-based architecture and leverage the API changes that will help you write your AngularJS applications in an Angular(v2+) style.
Because this is a frequent problem, because it is so often done incorrectly and because there are some pretty great alternatives, today we will discuss where to store Angular configurations. You know, all that information that changes as you move from your local development environment to the Development, QA and Production servers? There’s a place for that.
In this post, we are going to see how to do validation using template driven forms in Angular 5. This is just a different approach that you can follow, as we have discussed another way in our previous post. At the end of this article, you will get to know how you can implement validations in Angular 5 application using Template Driven Forms.