In this tutorial we look at various ways by which we can style our Angular components. We looked at how to apply global styles to the Angular app. You can apply styles to components in various ways. For example, using inline style, using external style, using template inline style, using ngClass directive, ngStyle directive etc. We cover all these in this article on Angular Component styles
The Angular Class binding is used to add or remove classes to and from the HTML elements. You can add CSS Classes conditionally to an element, hence creating a dynamically styled element.
We can set the inline styles of a HTML element using the style binding in angular. The syntax resembles the syntax of the property binding. You can add styles conditionally to an element, hence creating a dynamically styled element.
View Encapsulation in Angular defines how the styles defined in the template affects the other parts of the application. The angular uses three strategies, while rendering the view ViewEncapsulation.Emulated, ViewEncapsulation.Native and ViewEncapsulation.None This article describes what is View Encapsulation using an example and how it is implemented in angular. We also learn what is shadow dom in Angular.
There are several ways you can add Global (Application wide styles) styles to the Angular application. The styles can be added inline, imported in index.html or added via angular-cli.json. The angular allow us to add the component specific styles in individual components, which will override the global styles. In this article we will learn how to add global CSS styles to angular apps. We will also learn how to add custom CSS files & external style sheet to angular application..