Monthly Archives: June 2016

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Introduction to Angular 2 – Part 4

In this article we’ll learn about Angular2 Services. Our example App will contain a simple Logon-Form connected to a background Authentication-Service. This Auth-Service utilizes some of the default Angular2 mechanisms like Http, Rx/Observables etc. to provide us the needed infrastructure. Here’s a working demo for live testing. As always, the code is located on GitHub. But before we begin let’s provide a proper definition of a Service in Angular 2. What is a Service? A Service is a class annotated with @Injectable that contains some logic which can be used by different parties in the application. An Injectable doesn’t come into existence […]