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Angular 2 introduces a new dependency injection system. The new dependency injection system allows for more control to maintain your code, to test it more easily, and to rely on interfaces. The new dependency injection system is built into Angular 2 and only has one API for injection dependency injection into components.
The Angular team introduced quite a few changes in version 2 of the framework, and components are one of the important ones. What is a component? In simple words, a component is a building block of an application that controls a part of your screen real estate, or your “view.” In this article we get your hands dirty and write a component to see some sample usage.
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