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Forming Forms with Angular
Submitted by aayush arora (@aayusharora) on Wednesday, 18 April 2018
Technical level: Intermediate
In any application, forms are a necessary evil. To make the application more interactive and engaging, forms play a crucial role.
Angular ships with two different approaches to forms — template driven and reactive forms. While template-driven forms seem more familiar to most developers, it is reactive forms that align better with Angular’s philosophy and programming style.
In this session we will take a look at both styles, starting with template driven forms. We will focus on designing forms with both the approaches and will see the benefit of one over the other.
The talk will cover these topics
- Why we need forms? UX with Forms - Template Driven Forms - Reactive Forms - Template vs Reactive Forms - Conclusion
The system should have Angular-CLI installed
Aayush Arora is an Open Source Enthusiast and an avid speaker. He is technical instructor at Coding Blocks and a global mentor at Udacity for Frontend Development.
Aayush has taken workshops and sessions at global conferences and this year he was invited as one of the speakers at Google Singapore.
His love for Angular can be seen with his handle on social media as angularboy.