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Build an Angular Instant Search Component

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In this course, you will learn more about using observables in Angular. We are going to 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 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 course assumes a solid understanding of fundamentals. We have Intermediary Angular courses that'll get you up to speed.

⚠ The code used in the course is of Angular ^2.0.0, and the code given in the transcript is of Angular 7.0.3. An updated version of the code can be found here (updated 5/8/2020). The code for each lesson resides in the respective branch on the repository.

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11m • 6 lessons

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