In Angular, a "dumb" component is a component that is focused solely on presenting content, and does not have any logic or behavior of its own. Dumb components, also known as "presentational" or "stateless" components, are often used to break up a user interface into smaller, reusable pieces.
To create a dumb component in Angular, you can use the
ng generate component command. For example, to create a component named
ProductList you can use the following command:
ng generate component ProductList
This will create a new
ProductList component in a
product-list subdirectory within your Angular project's
src/app directory. The component file will be pre-populated with some basic Angular boilerplate code, and will include a template file where you can add your component's HTML.
To render a dumb component in Angular, you can use the component's selector in the HTML template of another component. For example, if you have a parent component with a template file named
parent.component.html, you can use the
ProductList component's selector like this:
This will render the
ProductList component within the parent component's template. You can then pass data to the
ProductList component using inputs, and listen for events emitted by the
ProductList component using outputs.