Archive for the ‘angular’ Category

Choosing between React and Angular: An in-Depth Comparison

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Should I choose Angular, or React? Today's bipolar landscape of JavaScript frameworks has left many of developers struggling to pick a side in this debate. Whether you're a newcomer trying to figure out where to start, a freelancer picking a framework ...

Setting Up an Angular SPA on Rails with Devise and Bootstrap

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This article was originally published at jessenovotny.com. When I started programming my very first Angular single page application (SPA), I noticed the resources for setup and integration with Devise to be thin or fragmented. The most useful guide I ...

Getting Started With Vue.js

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21st July, 2016: Article has been updated to cover Vue.js 1.0.x, and a section on components added. Vue.js is a JavaScript library that helps you build web applications using the the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) architectural pattern. At first glance, i...

Single Page Apps Using AngularJS and the WordPress REST API

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Automattic and the WordPress community are working on integrating the WordPress REST API plugin into the WP core, which means that the API will be available without the actual plugin, and we could see more of WordPress integration with front-end JavaSc...

An Introduction to AngularJS Style Guides

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What is a style guide? Do AngularJS projects need a style guide, and why? Which are the most popular AngularJS style guides? How would you use a style guide in a team of developers? This article is going to answer all these questions. Before diving int...

Mastering $watch in AngularJS

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AngularJS offers many different options to use the publish-subscribe pattern through three different "watch" methods. Each of them takes optional parameters that can modify its behavior. The official documentation on $watch is anything but thorough: a ...

A Closer Look at Angular’s ngMessages Module

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This article was peer reviewed by Marc Towler and Stephan Max. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! Because of its ability to help developers craft better user experiences when building forms, t...

User Authentication with the MEAN Stack

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In this article we’re going to look at managing user authentication in the MEAN stack. We’ll use the most common MEAN architecture of having an Angular single page app using a REST API built with Node, Express and MongoDB. When thinking about user ...

What’s in a State and How to Persist It

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A state is something that is affected by you and the memory of that. This something can be you clicking on an element, like a button, or you typing some text into an element. The state resides in your browser’s RAM. It deals with JavaScript objects l...

Multilingual Support for AngularJS

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There are some cases in which providing a multilingual support is required. Sometimes it could be a good idea to provide support for different languages into the application you’re building and offer your users the possibility to view the content in ...