Chapter 3: Building an Issue Tracking System using Reactive Forms
Web applications use HTML forms to collect data from users and validate them, such as when logging in to an application, performing a search, or completing an online payment. The Angular framework provides two types of forms, reactive and template-driven, that we can use in an Angular application.
In this chapter, we will build a system for managing and tracking issues. We will use Angular reactive forms for reporting new issues. We will also use Clarity Design System from VMware for designing our forms and displaying our issues.
We will cover the following topics:
- Installing the Clarity Design System to an Angular application
- Displaying an overview of issues
- Reporting new issues ...
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