Archive for the ‘Angular 2’ Category

Learning Angular: Everything You Need to Get Started

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Whether it's AngularJS 1.X - a framework, or Angular - a platform, Google's Angular project has taken over the web. Here's a collection of articles, projects and courses that'll help you get to grips with the powerful front-end tool. But if you're star...

An Introduction to Component Routing with Angular Router

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This article is part 4 of the SitePoint Angular 2+ Tutorial on how to create a CRUD App with the Angular CLI. Part 0— The Ultimate Angular CLI Reference Guide Part 1— Getting our first version of the Todo application up and running Part 2...

Managing State in Angular 2 Apps with ngrx/store

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[special]The components we build for our web applications often contain state. Connecting components can lead to sharing mutable state: this is difficult to manage and leads to inconsistency. What if we have one place where we mutate the state and let ...

The Ultimate Angular CLI Reference Guide

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2017.04.25: As of March 24, Angular CLI v1.0 was released. This article has been updated to reflect the latest changes. If you want to add the latest features of Angular CLI v1.0 to your existing Angular project that was generated with an earlier ver...

Building a Chart Component with Angular 2 and FusionCharts

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As a web developer, if there is something that you can't miss, it is Angular 2. It is a complete rewrite of the popular JavaScript framework from Google and is constantly in news for all the right reasons. It offers some major improvements over the pre...

Build Your Own Chrome Extension Using Angular 2 & TypeScript

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Chrome extensions are small web applications that add features to the Google Chrome browser. They can extend and customize browser behavior, the developer tools or the new tabs page. Extensions can be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store. In this tuto...

Look Ma, No Server: Developing Apps with Angular 2 MockBackend

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Getting your front-end and back-end teams up to full speed is certainly something each company is looking for. Often though, what happens is that the teams fall into the pit of blocking dependencies. Those are situations where the upcoming work of one ...

Getting Started with Angular 2 using TypeScript

The current stable version of Angular (i.e, Angular 1.x) was built using the features of ES5 and was meant to work on most of the browsers including some of the older versions of IE. The framework was designed based on the features available in JavaScr...