Angular Login Page Template

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AngularJS is a versatile and powerful front-end framework that I absolutely love working with. One of the most common features I’ve implemented in my projects is a login page. In this article, I’ll walk you through the process of creating an Angular login page template, while adding my personal touches and commentary along the way. So, let’s dive in!

Setting Up the Project

Before we start building the login page template, we need to set up our Angular project. If you haven’t already, make sure to install Angular CLI by running the command npm install -g @angular/cli. Once installed, we can create a new Angular project by running ng new my-login-app.

Now that we have our project set up, let’s create a new component called ‘login’ by running ng generate component login. This command will generate the necessary files and boilerplate code for our login page.

Designing the Login UI

Now comes the fun part – designing the user interface for our login page. As a front-end developer, I believe that a modern and visually appealing UI can greatly enhance the user experience. Here’s a snippet of the HTML and CSS code I used to create my login page:

  <div class="login-container">
    <h1 class="title">Welcome Back!</h1>
    <form class="login-form">
      <input type="email" placeholder="Email" [(ngModel)]="email" name="email" required>
      <input type="password" placeholder="Password" [(ngModel)]="password" name="password" required>
      <button type="submit">Login</button>

The above code creates a simple login form with an email input, a password input, and a login button. I’ve also added a container div with a title to give it a professional look. Feel free to customize the styling to match your own project’s design.

Handling User Input

Now that we have our UI in place, we need to handle user input and perform the necessary actions when the user submits the form. To achieve this, we’ll use Angular’s built-in form validation and event handling features. Here’s how we can handle the form submission in our login component:

  import { Component } from '@angular/core';
    selector: 'app-login',
    templateUrl: './login.component.html',
    styleUrls: ['./login.component.css']
  export class LoginComponent {
    email: string;
    password: string;
    onSubmit() {
      // Perform login logic here

In the above code, we’ve created two properties – ’email’ and ‘password’ – that are bound to the input fields in our HTML template using Angular’s two-way data binding [(ngModel)]. We’ve also added an onSubmit() method that will be called when the form is submitted. Inside this method, you can perform any login logic you need, such as making an API call to authenticate the user.

Adding Personal Touches

Now that we have a functioning login page, it’s time to add some personal touches to make it stand out. One idea is to customize the success and error messages that appear when a user submits the form. Here’s an example of how you can achieve this:

  <form class="login-form" (ngSubmit)="onSubmit()">
    <input type="email" placeholder="Email" [(ngModel)]="email" name="email" required>
    <input type="password" placeholder="Password" [(ngModel)]="password" name="password" required>
    <p class="success-message" *ngIf="loggedIn">Logged in successfully!</p>
    <p class="error-message" *ngIf="loginError">Invalid email or password.</p>
    <button type="submit">Login</button>

In the above code, I’ve added two paragraphs with custom CSS classes: ‘success-message’ and ‘error-message’. These paragraphs will only be displayed conditionally using Angular’s structural directive *ngIf based on the value of the ‘loggedIn’ and ‘loginError’ properties in our component class. You can modify the logic behind these properties to suit your specific needs.


Creating an Angular login page template is not only essential for securing your application but also provides a great opportunity to showcase your design skills. In this article, we walked through the process of building a login page template, adding personal touches, and handling user input. I hope you found this article helpful in your Angular development journey. Happy coding!