Understanding @Output and EventEmitter in Angular

  Read full article on the Infragistics blog Angular is based on a one-directional data flow and does not have two-way data binding. So, how do you get a component to emit an event to another component? In Angular, a component can emit an event using @Output and EventEmitter. Both are parts of the @angular/core.…… Continue reading Understanding @Output and EventEmitter in Angular

Communication Between Components Using @Input() in Angular

In Angular 2 a component can share data and information with another component by passing data or events. A component can be used inside another component, thus creating a component hierarchy. The component being used inside another component is known as the child component and the enclosing component is known as the parent component. Components…… Continue reading Communication Between Components Using @Input() in Angular

Introduction to Angular Components

A component is a main building block of an AngularĀ  application, and an application may have any number of components. We can consider a component a particular view of the application with its own logic and data. In AngularJS 1.0, there was the concept of controllers, $Scope, and directives to bind data and logic to…… Continue reading Introduction to Angular Components