Angular 2 and TypeScript – A High Level Overview
Angular 2 and TypeScript – An Overview
In Angular, components form the basic building block of UI in applications. These components are mostly the subset of directives. In TypeScript, a component is usually class annotated with @Component. The annotation @Component is used to define the component and associated metadata.
Dependency Injection (DI) deals with how components within the code get hold of their dependencies. Dependency injection in Angular 2 provides a better way to implement loose coupling between components and services. This injection module in Angular is flexible and easy to use. The objects can be injected only via constructors. Injectors form a hierarchy (each component has an injector), and the injectable object doesn’t have to be an application-level singleton as it might by default in Spring.
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