Throughout this Angular 9 CRUD tutorial, we’ll be learning to implement CRUD operations by example using the latest Angular 9 version that…
Throughout this Angular 9 CRUD tutorial, we’ll be learning to implement CRUD operations by example using the latest Angular 9 version that has been released recently with Ivy support.
We’ll make use of a CRUD REST API built using json-server which allows you to generate a full working REST API in no time.
CRUD stands for Create, Read. Update and Delete — a set of operations often implemented in web apps to allow users to interact with a database.
In our tutorial, we’ll only focus on building the front-end using Angular 9, the back-end will be mocked using json-server.
We’ll not be learning how to use json-server but you can see the complete instructions from this tutorial after creating the Angular 9 project.
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