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Angular 13 tutorial

Angular 13 is a javascript platform that is built on the typescript programming language. It is maintained by Google, and its prime objective is to allow developers to develop single-page applications. Angular 13 has major advantages as a toolkit, while also providing a standardized architecture for developers to bootstrap their projects. It assists developers in the development of sophisticated and reliable applications. Web development productivity is improved by frameworks in general because they provide an established, common foundation that reduces the need for developers to rewrite code from scratch while also offering an abundance of additional functionality that can be integrated into applications with minimal effort.

Angular 13 is undeniably a better version of AngularJS. It hasn’t inherited most of AngularJS's previous needless complexity, yet it also beats many other competing frameworks in terms of functionality.

Angular 13 is a whole distinct beast from AngularJS. Despite the fact that it is a totally different framework from AngularJS, it is based on the same ideas that made AngularJS so popular in the first place, as well as some new concepts and technologies that have emerged in recent years.

Most tutorials assume that you are already acquainted with all of the technologies on which Angular 13 is based such as TypeScript and RxJS, etc. They also lack links to documentation and other useful resources, leaving you with a very limited grasp of the framework's potential. If you've tried to learn how to use Angular 13 and ended up with a grumpy face, you're not alone. As a consequence, it is rather annoying, and this was the primary reason for developing this tutorial. We are following a practical approach to ensure that this tutorial gives the most smooth learning experience possible for Angular and its ecosystem.

In these series of tutorials, we’ll learn angular 13 with rxjs, angular material v13, routing and firebase hosting.

We’ll be building an angular 13 example application that fetches and consumes a rest api from scratch. We’ll use angular material v13 to build the user interface and angular router v13 to implement routing and navigation between components then firebase for hosting the final bundles after producing them with angular cli v13.