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“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” ~ Leonardo da Vinci

As we are not going to discuss how to set up an Angular application with material library and firebase, I would assume that you have good knowledge. Otherwise, I would recommend you to refer to my article.

What are we about to learn?

  1. Setting up RapidAPI account
  2. Using RapidAPI to build a recipe search app in angular

1. Setting up RapidAPI account

Setting up rapidapi account is pretty straight forward…


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This article will walk you through the steps of setting up an angular application, adding material library for UI components and firebase to host the application.

What are we learning today?

  1. Creating angular application using Angular CLI
  2. Adding material library to our application.
  3. Creating a firebase account & Using firebase to deploy our application

Alright, Let’s get to action

1. Creating angular application using angular CLI

First step is to check if we have Node.js installed in our machine. If it is not, go to Node.js (Installation will be straight forward and you don’t need to change any…

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