Angular 2 for Beginners – Tutorial 5 – Data Binding and Variables

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22 responses to “Angular 2 for Beginners – Tutorial 5 – Data Binding and Variables”

  1. Brot Zockt Avatar

    How can i do that wiht non static variables?

  2. Abhra Biswas Avatar

    Alright mofos gather round!!!! 😀

  3. Kevork Yerevanian Avatar

    Great teaching style! Build the knowledge bit by bit. Small digestible peaces. I am really enjoying this course! Good job man 🙂

  4. RoelVB Avatar

    You're mixing up constant and static variables here. A static variable is not constant, in run-time you can change a static, but you cannot change a constant.

    A static variable is a variable that lives in a class instead of in a instance of a class. So you can access the static variable without instantiating the class and a static variable has the same content for every instance of the class.

  5. Hayat Tuge Avatar

    I Actually nodded at the last part when he said "Pretty Awesome Right?"…lolx

  6. tornadoofthoughts Avatar

    why do you need the mainHeading = MAIN_HEADING and dont include the MAIN_HEADING dirrectly in the <h1> {{MAIN_HEADING}}</h1> ?

  7. Carnaru Valentin Avatar

    This is not Data Binding in Angular 2… you must back to the forest!

  8. John Smith Avatar

    STOP selecting URI when you switch to browser !!!! ocd triggered

  9. Stan Avatar

    Should I specify a property type as a string?

  10. Roger Main Avatar

    Loving this series. Just FYI, {} are braces, [] are brackets and () are parentheses.

  11. John B Avatar

    "{{ }}" is called interpolation

  12. James Rao Avatar

    thank you so much . great sharing.

  13. Алекс Че Avatar

    good videos, thanks a lot!

  14. Flavio Andrade Avatar

    for some reason my html is not showing in the server/browser, has this happened to anyone, can you help

  15. mej 71 Avatar

    I might have missed it, but what/where exactly is doing the typescript to js conversion?

  16. jiminma50 Avatar

    LMAO "Alllll riiight moe foes…" you need to start more tuts this way! =)

  17. Sylvester Aryee Avatar

    Was really pleased when you mentioned the 'Never Repeat Yourself' or 'Dont Repeat Yourself' (DRY) principle. It's something I've been looking out for in all my tutorials recently.

  18. Montague Monro Avatar

    another option is to export const variables as your configuration file rather than a class with static properties. 🙂

  19. Michael Nelson Avatar

    So for the config file, why not just use a simple JSON?

  20. Matt Tyree Avatar

    Did he just call us all "mofos"? LOL! 😀

  21. Nikhil Deswal Avatar

    datastructure and algorithm (using C++)

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