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In the previous chapter, you started developing your dapp. Specifically, you learned about dapp classifications and projects and that you can break your own dapp project into five steps. You then looked at why to use Angular and its benefits. Next, you created an Angular project, first ensuring the prerequisites were installed and then installing the Angular CLI. You looked at the pieces that make up Angular such as components, modules, and directives. You also learned how to style a dapp by understanding Angular-style architecture and working with Angular Material. You started building your own custom components and creating content; you split your app into a footer, header, and body and created a custom transfer component that you will be using in this chapter.
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