Angular 9 New Features
Christian Hur – March 31, 2020 – 3 hours 3 minutes
This course will be a go-to guide to help you get started with all the new features and improvements introduced in Angular 9. It will cover each of the new major features, minor features, and patch releases in the latest Angular 9 release and understand how it simplifies the way you use Angular for your web development requirements.
The course will also cover the new Angular engine called Ivy, the code name for Angular’s next-generation compilation and rendering pipeline. You will understand how to make the best use of these new features practically in your front-end applications and work around the deprecations, breaking changes, and code refactoring for your current Angular applications.
By the end of the course, you will be up-to-speed with all the new additions and changes with respect to the latest Angular 9 release.
🔗 All the code files and related files are placed on GitHub at https://github.com/PacktPublishing/-Angular-9-New-Features
This course is intended for web developers who are already familiar with the Angular framework and want to get hands-on with the new features, get updated with the latest Angular 9 release, and use it practically for real-world projects.
SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
- Angular 9 first look – In this section, you will start by digging into Angular 9 new features. You will learn what this course is about, what are the most amazing features coming in Angular 9 at an advanced level and what will be the key benefits of the new version of this popular framework.
- Creating your first Angular 9 project from scratch – In the 2nd section, we will start by creating a new Angular 9 project. Also, we’ll take a look at an example application that implements features to show you how they work.
- Breaking changes and deprecations in Angular 9 –In this section, we will explore some breaking changes and deprecations in Angular 9 that you want to avoid using in your Angular app. We will also take a look at some minor features but could be extremely useful in your app.