In Angular, components communicate to each other to share data such as object, string, number, array or html. Parent and Child Components can communicate to each other in following ways Parent and Child Components can communicate to each other in following ways @Input() @Output() Temp Ref Variable ViewChild and ContentChild You can learn about … Continue reading Video – Step by Step Component Communications in Angular
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In this article, we will learn how to project content in an Angular Element. If you are unfamiliar with the following, Shadow Dom ViewEncapsulation Content Projection I recommend you read the articles below before moving forward: Understanding ViewEncapsulation in Angular Simplifying Content Projection in Angular As of now, you know that we use ng-content to carry … Continue reading Content Projection in Angular Element with Slot in Angular 7.0
Read full article on the Infragistics blog At my job, I get the opportunity to talk to many .NET developers who want to learn Angular. Often, I’ve seen that they bring their .NET skills and work to map that in the learning of Angular. While the effort and drive to learn is there Angular is … Continue reading Simplifying Angular Data Binding to .NET Developers
Read full article on the Infragistics blog In Angular, you can pass data from parent component to child component using @Input() decorator, and a child component can emit an event to a parent comment using @Output() decorator. The purpose of this blog post is to explain you whether it is pass by reference or pass … Continue reading Angular Components: Pass by Reference or Pass by Value?