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Angular Basic Practice Exercises
Here are a few basic Angular exercises to help you get started:
- Create a simple “Hello, World!” application using Angular.
- Create a component that displays a list of items.
- Create a component that inputs and outputs data.
- Create a component that uses two-way data binding.
- Create a component that uses directives, such as ngIf or ngFor.
- Create a component that uses a service to retrieve data from an API.
- Create a component that uses forms, including template-driven and reactive forms.
- Create a component that uses pipes to format data.
- Create a component that implements navigation using the Router module.
- Create a component that implements basic animations using the Animation module.
These exercises will give you a solid foundation in Angular and help you become comfortable with the basics of the framework.
Angular Advance Practice Exercises
Here are some advanced exercises for Angular:
- Implementing reusable custom components with inputs and outputs
- Building dynamic forms using Reactive Forms
- Implementing real-time data updates with observables and RxJS
- Implementing lazy-loading for large-scale applications
- Implementing AOT (Ahead-of-Time) compiling for optimized performance
- Integrating Angular with third-party libraries such as D3.js for data visualization
- Implementing role-based authentication and authorization using Angular guards
- Implementing internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) in Angular applications
- Implementing unit and end-to-end testing with Karma, Jasmine, and Protractor
- Building Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) with Angular and Service Workers.
These exercises will help you advance your skills in Angular and improve your ability to build scalable and maintainable applications.