Angular comes with three different ways of building forms in our applications. There’s the template-driven approach which allows us to build forms with very little to no application code required, then there’s the model-driven approach using low level APIs, which makes your forms testable without a DOM being required, and last but not least, you can build forms in a model-driven manner but with a higher level API called the FormBuilder.
Pascal gives us an in depth look at template-drive forms in Angular 2
When building a game, often there is much more to it than simply building the game mechanics; there are many different types of games that can easily be built with a framework of choice. From tic-tac-toe to Magic The Gathering, there are a ton of different games that can be built with Angular. Card games, trivia games, board games, mobile hide-and-seek, etc. can be built using raw, unoptimized AngularJS.
Ari Lerner takes us through building multiplayer games with Angular.