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Hello
I’ve struggled with Java for quite some time and I couldn’t get anyone to properly explain it. I discovered these Angular 2 tutorials that covered how to deal with HTTP requests and handle responses.
My main issues were classic mistakes like forgetting to add the http providers to the bootstrap. It took a lot more work than expected to have everything working perfectly.
I must say this guide made the difference for me:

https://auth0.com/blog/angular-2-series-part-3-using-http/

I particularly liked the explanation about observables was short and clear.
Also! If anyone has any other sources for this topic or for learning Angular 2 in general, it will be of much help and much appreciated.
bye!!!yinyang

RE: tutorial framework

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I’ve struggled with Java for quite some time and I couldn’t get anyone to properly explain it.

"Angular" is javascript, as is this forum, so if you are trying to learn Java you are looking at the wrong things.

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