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I'm new in Ionic so I'm still trying to understand the basics. I have installed the Ionic framework and Angular and Typescript. I have an angular service that I'm trying to implement into my project. I also have created a child component that I want to use in my home component. I have searched around and found many things but it all seems to be using the navigation system. I'm not sure where to begin so I'd appreciate some help. A: Angular is the general framework that you can use for anything that relates to building the UI or data that will make up that UI. It has an event-based architecture that is designed to allow multiple components to work together. This means that a feature like a dialog is something that can be created by one component and passed to another component that can use it to present a form to the user. Services are a way to share data across multiple components. They are created using Angular's Dependency Injection mechanism (the module level NgModule) which will make sure that the service can be reused. Services can be either singletons, which have a single instance of the service per application, or they can be created using a factory. When you define a factory, you are declaring a class and overriding the default $get() method that returns an instance of that class. You can create a new instance of the service and return it as part of the response from a $get(). Modules are a way to manage your application's directory structure. Ionic will include a module definition file for you, which will include metadata about the module. The ng-content tag will indicate the directory where you want to load the component templates. So, with that said, how do we go about solving your problem? Create a service. When you define your services, you will want to make sure that they are singletons. When you create a service, you are defining a class. Create a class file that looks like this: import { Injectable } from '@angular/core'; @Injectable({ providedIn: 'root' }) export class DataService { // Make sure that you only return one instance of this class // Injectable is the module that is defining the service // provider is the root of the









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