The problem with using more than one language in your application is that for each language you need to import the data of the locale. That is a lot of extra code taking up bandwidth. It would be great if we can dynamically import the language when needed. All sounds good in theory. Let’s see if it also works in practice.
Most of the applications we build require some kind of authentication. In this tutorial, Gábor will show us how to build a simple application that uses routing and authentication. We will build a service that handles HTTP calls and stores JWT authentication tokens on the client to restrict access to pages and attach the token to authenticated HTTP calls.
Presenting the developer with a model-driven approach to handle form fields, plan to dive deep into Angular reactive forms. Discover the details as we walk through a code example and learn how to create and update simple form control, use multiple controls in a group and validate form values with reactive forms in the angular framework. Let’s start by shedding light on the two types of forms Angular provides.