In this post, we are going to see how to create a custom validator directive in Angular 5. We have already seen how to do validation in our previous posts, and we have not done any validations for comparing the password and confirm the password, remember? Here we are going to look into that. At the end of this article, you will get to know how to create a new shared directive according to the requirements of your app. This post is a continuation of the Developing an Angular 5 App series. If you haven’t gone through the previous posts yet, I strongly recommend you to do that. You can find the links to the previous posts below. I hope you will like this article.
Developing an Angular 5 App Series
These are the previous posts in this series. Please go ahead and have a look.