Author: Dawid Adach
- change the type of any event properties (i.e. switch time to JS Date instead of string)
- call an external API to get a real weather forecast
- add validation to our form (make sure that the user fills in all of the mandatory data)
- handle duplicates
and a few more interesting things. We will learn all about that in Part 2 of our tutorial.
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Before we move to next part of building our app let's learn some basics and concepts of Angular and TypeScript. Next 2 chapters are dedicated to it, after them we will get back to enhancing our application.
I also strongly recommend to check our PWA tutorial for Angular, however keep in mind that it dedicated to users with basic knowldege of Angular.
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