Angular 5 Interview Questions

Angular 5 Interview Questions

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Angular 5 Interview Questions


Angular 5 supports four types of Data Binding They are

  • String Interpolation
  • Property Binding
  • Event Binding
  • Two-way-binding

 In Angular component life cycle in Angular goes through the following stages.

  • Create
  • Render
  • Create and render children
  • Check for bound data changes and re-render
  • Destroy


Angular CLI is Command Line Interface for Angular that runs Webpack.You can use npm install -g @angular/cli command to install angular CLI.

NgModule is a decorator function in Angular that takes a single metadata object whose properties describe the module.

 double curly brackets like {{}} are used form data interpolation in Angular5.

Angular5 component is made of a Component decorator and a component definition of a class. ng generate component component_name command is used to generate a component in Angular5.

*ngFor directive is used for Iterating over a list of items and for Generating a new DOM element for each one.

 NPM stands for node package manager. It is used for installing dependencies for javascript packages.

In Angular5 $event is a reserved keyword that represents the data emitted by an event (event data).It is commonly used as a parameter for event based methods.

After installing Angular CLI run ng new project-name command to create a new Angular project.

Simply use below syntax to import a module in Angular5.

	import { ModuleName } from 'someWhere';

Transpiling is a process of converting code from one language to another. In Angular, Traceur compiler is used for converting TypeScript to JavaScript so that browsers can understand.

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Decorators are functions that adds metadata to class members and functions. It was proposed in ES2016 and implemented in Typescript.