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Getting Started with Angular Elements

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Angular elements are one of the major innovations in Angular 6+. Elements allow us to develop Angular components like we always have through Angular’s powerful API, and then compile them into browser-native custom elements. With custom elements, we can define new HTML elements in a framework-agnostic way that adheres to web standards. We can also extend the HTML by defining a tag whose content is created and controlled by JavaScript code.

In this course, we’ll look at how to leverage Angular elements within our Angular apps to make them even more dynamic — a use case that’s commonly required in CMS-like environments. Going a step further, we’ll also see how we can compile our Angular elements into a standalone script file, which you can integrate into any other web context to pass data and register events on your custom elements.

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40m • 9 lessons

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