When it comes to CSS and Angular, you must transform how you apply styles within your applications or be left behind. In this course, you'll learn how styles work in angular, how to apply maintainable systems using CSS and SASS, and more.
Angular revolutionizes the way that you architect CSS for modern web applications. But before you can become Angular styling ninjas, you need to take a step back and consider the many different ways that things can be done. In this course, Styling Angular Applications, you'll explore how the framework aligns with web components and what that means for adding styles to components and apps in general. Throughout this course you'll develop systems geared towards organization, scale, and maintainability for HTML and CSS within Angular apps. As you get more comfortable adding and styling components within these systems, you'll consider component themes and the ways that you can transform their look under certain circumstances. By the end of this course, you'll have a strong knowledge of how Angular processes CSS and the many different ways it can be leveraged as part of an overall design system for creating beautiful, organized, maintainable, and future proof web applications.
Brian Treese is the Chief of UX at SoCreate, a company building a fun and easy way to turn great ideas into movie & TV show scripts. Technically a Web Designer (he's always loved the aesthetic side of the web), but his expertise does not stop at Photoshop and Illustrator.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Brian Treese, and welcome to my course, Styling Angular Applications. I'm the chief designer at SoCreate. When it comes to CSS in Angular, nothing is what it seems. It's a completely new modular approach to front‑end web development, and it forces us to transform the way that we apply styles within our applications. In this course, we're going to dig into how styles work in Angular, we're going to build systems to provide structure and organization and to help maintain our styles over time, and we're going to explore various methods for creating themeable components. By the end of this course, we'll have a strong knowledge of how Angular processes CSS and the many different ways it can be leveraged as part of an overall design system for creating beautiful, organized, maintainable, and future‑proof web applications. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with HTML, CSS, CSS pre‑processors like Sass, and you should have a general familiarity with Angular and TypeScript. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn all about CSS in Angular with the Styling Angular Applications course at Pluralsight.