As an application framework, Angular includes a collection of well-integrated libraries that cover a wide variety of features.
The Angular libraries include routing, forms management, client-server communication, and more.
This topic lists the various developer guides for you to learn more about these Angular features and to help you determine the correct use of each in your application.
To get the most out of these developer guides, you should review the following topics:
Learn how to use the Angular router to handle page navigation and other tasks.Forms
Learn about the two approaches to forms in Angular: template-driven and reactive.HTTP
Learn how to connect to a server using the HTTP client service in Angular.Testing
Learn about tips and techniques for testing Angular applications.Internationalization
Learn how to localize your Angular application.Animations
Learn about how to add an animation to your Angular application.Service Workers and PWA
Learn about how to use a service worker to create a progressive web application.Web Workers
Learn more about how to use a web worker to run a CPU-intensive computation in a background thread.Server-side rendering
Learn more about how to use Angular Universal to create a static application page.Pre-rendering
Learn about how to use pre-rendering to process a dynamic page at build time.
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