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Getting Started With PrimeNG Styling in Angular App


 This chapter we are going to check how you can add PrimeNG card component to show available flowers in the stock. Before styling the app, I have added some images of flowers to our assets folder as below.


images in assets folder in angular app

In app.module.ts file you can import PrimeNG Card module as below.


import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';

import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';


import { AppRoutingModule } from './app-routing.module';

import { AppComponent } from './app.component';

import { LandingComponent } from './modules/landing/landing.component';

import { HomeComponent } from './modules/home/home.component';

import { CardModule } from 'primeng/card';

;


@NgModule({

  declarations: [

    AppComponent,

    LandingComponent,

    HomeComponent

  ],

  imports: [

    BrowserModule,

    AppRoutingModule,

    CardModule,

    

  ],

  providers: [],

  bootstrap: [AppComponent]

})

export class AppModule { }


import card module from primeng/card


Then you have to import card module in landing.component.ts file also.


import { Component, OnInit } from '@angular/core';

import { flower } from '../../domain/flower';

import {CardModule} from 'primeng/card';


@Component({

  selector: 'app-landing',

  templateUrl: './landing.component.html',

  styleUrls: ['./landing.component.scss']

})

export class LandingComponent implements OnInit {


  myFlowerList:flower[]=[];

  constructor() { }

  ngOnInit() {

    this.mySellingFlowers();

  }


  mySellingFlowers(){

    let rose = new flower();

    rose.name = "Rose";

    rose.price = 100;

    rose.availableQuantity = 1000;

    this. myFlowerList.push(rose);


    let lily = new flower();

    lily.name = "Lilly";

    lily.price = 80;

    lily.availableQuantity = 2000;

    this. myFlowerList.push(lily);


    let tulip = new flower();

    tulip.name = "Tulip";

    tulip.price = 100;

    tulip.availableQuantity = 2300;

    this. myFlowerList.push(tulip);


    let carnation = new flower();

    carnation.name = "Carnation";

    carnation.price = 50;

    carnation.availableQuantity = 1500;

    this. myFlowerList.push(carnation);


    let gerbera = new flower();

    gerbera.name = "Gerbera";

    gerbera.price = 50;

    gerbera.availableQuantity = 1500;

    this. myFlowerList.push(gerbera);


    let orchid = new flower();

    orchid.name = "Orchid";

    orchid.price = 50;

    orchid.availableQuantity = 1500;

    this. myFlowerList.push(orchid);

  }

}


   trackFlowers(index,flower){

    return flower?flower.name:undefined

  }

  }



Then you can use PrimeNG card module inside your component.html file as below.


<h1>Welcome to my flower store</h1>

<div *ngFor="let flower of myFlowerList;trackBy:trackFlowers">

        <p-card header="{{flower.name}}"  [style]="{width: '360px','float':'left','margin-bottom': '2em','margin-right': '2em','background-color':'light-pink'}" styleClass="p-card-shadow">

                <img alt="Card" width="100" height="100" src="assets/stock/{{flower.name}}.jpg">

            <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit. Inventore sed consequuntur error repudiandae numquam deserunt

                quisquam repellat libero asperiores earum nam nobis, culpa ratione quam perferendis esse, cupiditate neque quas!</p>

                   </p-card>

    </div>


I have changed background styles in the banner in style.scss file.  


@import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css family=Nunito:400,700&display=swap');


$primary: indianred;


body {

    margin: 0;

    font-family: 'Nunito', 'sans-serif';

    font-size: 18px;

}


.container {

    width: 80%;

    margin: 0 auto;

}


header {

    background: $primary;

    padding: 1em 0;


    a {

        color: white;

        text-decoration: none;

        font-size: larger;

    }

    a.logo {

        font-weight: bold;

        color: white;

        font-size: larger;

    }


    nav {

        float: right;


        ul {

            list-style-type: none;

            margin: 0;

            display: flex;


            li a {

                padding: 1em;

                color:white;

                font-weight: bold;

                &:hover {

                    background: darken($primary, 10%);

                }

            }

        }

    }

}


h1 {

    margin-top: 2em;

}



Once you apply PrimeNG cards modules, app will look like below.


PrimeNG cards modules styles css example - flower store app


Let’s give a background color to the card title. For that you must override ui-card-title CSS inside your landing.component.scss file as below.
.ui-card-title{
    background-color: lightpink !important;
}



.ui-card-title css is defined inside primeng.min.scss file. To override it you must put below line of code in your landing.component.ts file.



import { Component, OnInit, ViewEncapsulation } from '@angular/core';
import { flower } from '../../domain/flower';
import {CardModule} from 'primeng/card';

@Component({
  selector: 'app-landing',
  templateUrl: './landing.component.html',
  styleUrls: ['./landing.component.scss'],
  encapsulation: ViewEncapsulation.None
})
export class LandingComponent implements OnInit {

  myFlowerList:flower[]=[];
  constructor() { }

  ngOnInit() {
    this.mySellingFlowers();
  }

  mySellingFlowers(){
    let rose = new flower();
    rose.name = "Rose";
    rose.price = 100;
    rose.availableQuantity = 1000;
    this. myFlowerList.push(rose);

    let lily = new flower();
    lily.name = "Lilly";
    lily.price = 80;
    lily.availableQuantity = 2000;
    this. myFlowerList.push(lily);

    let tulip = new flower();
    tulip.name = "Tulip";
    tulip.price = 100;
    tulip.availableQuantity = 2300;
    this. myFlowerList.push(tulip);

    let carnation = new flower();
    carnation.name = "Carnation";
    carnation.price = 50;
    carnation.availableQuantity = 1500;
    this. myFlowerList.push(carnation);

    let gerbera = new flower();
    gerbera.name = "Gerbera";
    gerbera.price = 50;
    gerbera.availableQuantity = 1500;
    this. myFlowerList.push(gerbera);

    let orchid = new flower();
    orchid.name = "Orchid";
    orchid.price = 50;
    orchid.availableQuantity = 1500;
    this. myFlowerList.push(orchid);

  }

  trackFlowers(index,flower){
    return flower?flower.name:undefined
  }
}



primeng landing.component.ts file




After applying all our changes flower store app will look like below. 


primeng flower store app complete example




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