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Build an Angular 2 Instant Search Component

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6 lessons
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In this course you will learn more about using observables in Angular 2. We are going to explore the new HTTP service, and how we can leverage the power of observables and RxJS to build a rock solid instant search component with a handful of operators.

You will learn operators like map, distinctUntilChanged, debounceTime, merge, flatMap, and switchMap by applying them to a real-world component. By the end of this course you will have a clear understanding of how components can be designed around the concept of event streams which are wired together like modular building blocks.

All of this in about 11 minutes! 😄

This Angular 2 course assumes a solid understanding of the fundamentals. We have Intermediary Angular 2 courses including topics on Dependency Injection, Components, Directives, Forms, Router, and Animating Web Apps

Course Content

11m ‱ 6 lessons

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