Single Page Application Development with Angular

Posted By : Richa
Jul 21, 2023

What is a Single-Page Application?


Single-page applications or SPAs are websites or web applications that dynamically replace the content of an existing web page rather than refreshing the whole page. The browser loads just one page to get the code which means that each mouse click alters only a minor portion of the website. These web applications, developed using app development services, are excellent for giving users convincing and distinguishing user experiences. 


What is Angular?

Angular is a popular JavaScript framework for building dynamic web applications. It is open-source and is used for typeScript-based single-page web applications. As a component-based framework, it is composed of discrete, reusable units of code known as components. Components render a particular area of the UI, that can be combined to build sophisticated applications. It possesses various characteristics that make it ideal for creating single-page applications, including:

* Routing
* Forms
* Dependency injection etc.


How to Build a Single-Page Application Using Angular? 


There are various frameworks we can use to create an Angular Single-Page Application (SPA), but one of the potent JavaScript frameworks for creating dynamic and responsive web apps is Angular. Here is a step-by-step tutorial on using Angular to build a simple SPA:


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1. Project Set Up 

- Install Node.js and npm (Node Package Manager) if you haven't previously in order to set up your Angular project.
- To start a new Angular project, use the Angular CLI (Command Line Interface). Start your terminal and type the following command:


"ng new my-blog"

Enter the project directory by typing


"cd my-blog".


2. Add/Create Components

In an Angular application, components serve as the fundamental building pieces. So, create components for your SPA's like 'Nav bar', 'Home page', 'Connect us', 'About, etc. using angular CLI commands as follows


"ng generate component nav-bar"
"ng generate component home"
"ng generate component connect"
"ng generate component about"


3. Configure Routing

The Angular routes let you control navigation and routings between various components and pages inside the application. So, create routes in the 'app-routing.module.ts' file for each component.


import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { Routes, RouterModule } from '@angular/router';
import { HomeComponent } from './home/home.component';
import { AboutComponent } from './about/about.component';
import { ConnectComponent } from './connect/connect.component';
import { NavBarComponent } from './nav-bar/nav-bar.component';
const routes: Routes = [
  { path: '', component: HomeComponent },
  { path: 'about', component: AboutComponent },
  { path: 'connect', component: ConnectComponent },
  { path: 'nav-bar', component: NavBarComponent },
  imports: [RouterModule.forRoot(routes)],
  exports: [RouterModule]
export class AppRoutingModule { }



4. Create Services (If needed)

To manage data and business logic Angular uses services that may be shared across several components. To gather data from APIs or carry out additional tasks that must be shared among components. You can establish services by using the given command - 


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"ng generate service blog-service"


5. Implement HTML Templates

To show contents in the components, use Angular's data binding and interpolation or a static template. Set placeholders for dynamic data in the HTML templates for each component.


<h1>Welcome to My BLOG APPLICATION!</h1>
<span>This is my first angular project.</span>


6. Implement the Component's Logic (if needed)

If necessary, include component logic to handle user interactions or data processing in the TypeScript files (e.g., in "home.component.ts," "connect.component.ts," etc.).


7. Styling

Use CSS styles to produce a visually appealing and unified appearance for your SPA as per your requirements in your CSS file or use inline CSS in your template.


8. Build and Deploy

Lastly using the Angular CLI, build your Angular application for production:


"ng build --prod"


Install the produced files on your preferred web server or hosting platform.


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To sum up we can say that, utilizing Angular to build Single-Page apps (SPAs) offers a strong and effective solution to develop dynamic and interactive online apps. The above instructions allowed us to set up an Angular project, develop components for various SPA parts, implement routing for navigation, and make use of services for data management.


Using the above guidelines you can build a basic structure and layout of an angular project but there are a ton of other capabilities and best practices that can be incorporated to improve the application's performance, responsiveness, and user interface. Continuous improvement, testing, and optimization are essential in maintaining a high-quality SPA that satisfies the expectations of its users. If you have a business idea in mind and want to flourish it through a SPA, connect with our app development experts to get started. 


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