A few years ago, I explored the capabilities of the router framework within Angular. One of the aspects I didn’t cover are named router outlets. These outlets are very interesting when it comes to working with master-detail user interfaces. Within this tutorial I’ll show you how you can use them to either activate or deactivate […]
In my previous tutorial, I’ve set up a Spring boot application that allows WebSocket communication rather than serving a traditional REST API. Today, we’re going to find out how to communicate to that backend using Angular.
One of the buzzwords of Google nowadays is Progressive Web Apps or shortly PWA’s. In this tutorial we’ll learn what progressive webapps exactly are. Additionally we’ll see how we can use them and how we can integrate it with Angular and Angular CLI.
When writing an application, eventually you may have to secure it. In this article I’ll go over the various things you can do with Angular to handle the authentication of your application.
One of the major differences between AngularJS 1.x and Angular 2 and beyond is the shift to components. Even though components were introduced in AngularJS 1.5, controllers are still often used. Embracing components provides many advantages, such as proper loosely coupled components, re-usability and so on. One drawback to the component-based approach is state management […]
When working at an Angular project, there are many choices for a UI kit. You have Angular Material, ng-bootstrap and a few more. My favourite UI kit is probably Project Clarity, open sourced by VMWare.
We’ve already done quite a lot to get a working pokédex with Angular 2. However, there are still two things that bother me: If the API request takes a while, the user wont notice it. The page will just be blank When we open the application, we get a simple “Loading…” message
We’re getting pretty far already with our Pokédex. We’ve already implemented a service with the Pokéapi, an overview and a part of the detail page. The next thing I’m going to look at is how to animate stuff with Angular 2. If you’re just like me and enjoyed the good ol’ days with AngularJS 1.x, […]
Now that we’ve set up a project with Angular 2, with a service to fetch data from our REST API and some components and routing to show an overview of pokémons, it’s time to show some more detailed data. The component I’m going to be working on will be using the PokemonAbilityInfo object, which contains […]