Angular HttpClient vs HttpClientModule

Why you use BrowserModule, CommonModule, FormsModule, RouterModule, and HttpClientModule?

Why you use BrowserModule, CommonModule, FormsModule, RouterModule, and HttpClientModule?

BrowserModule – The browser module is imported from @angular/platform-browser and it is used when you want to run your application in a browser.

CommonModule – The common module is imported from @angular/common and it is used when you want to use directives - NgIf, NgFor and so on.

FormsModule – The forms module is imported from @angular/forms and it is used when you build template driven forms.

RouterModule – The router module is imported from @angular/router and is used for routing RouterLink, forRoot, and forChild.

HttpClientModule –The HttpClientModule is imported from @angular/common/http and it used to initiate HTTP request and responses in angular apps. The HttpClient is more modern and easy to use the alternative of HTTP.
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