Changing your page title when a route changes with Angular 2
Routing is an important concept with modern webapps. In this article I will show you how to dynamically change your title based on a route with Angular 2.
Using routing with Angular 2
Single page webapps are the future, and to achieve that, routing is a commonly used pattern. In this article I will show how to use routing with Angular.
Creating a pagination component with Angular 2
In this article we'll go more in depth on components with Angular 2, such as property and event binding. We'll do this by creating a pagination component.
Writing your first component with Angular 2
A lot has changed with Angular 2, and the driving force behind it changed from controllers to components. During this tutorial we will write a component.
Writing services with Angular 2 and RxJS
Angular comes with RxJS, which allows you to write services in a reactive way. During this tutorial we'll explore what exactly this means.
Getting started with Angular 2 using Angular CLI
Angular 2 is out for a while now, so it's time to explorer what has changed (spoiler alert: a lot) and how we can set up a project with Angular CLI.
Using the Netflix stack with Spring boot: Ribbon
Last time, I gave a basic introduction into the concepts of microservices. In this tutorial we'll explore how Netflix helps us with calling microservices using Ribbon.
Using the Netflix stack with Spring boot: Eureka
When you talk about Java and microservices, chances are that you'll stumble upon the Netflix stack. In this example I'll use Spring boot with Eureka.
Exploring contract first options with Swagger
In the great world of SOA we know something like "contract first development", in which we initially describe the web service (using WSDL) and later on implement the service based on that definition. In this article I will explore the options we have with Swagger and Springfox.
Documenting your REST API with Swagger and Springfox
REST services are pretty great to allow reuse of your operations, however, to become reusable, you'll have to properly document the available endpoints in your REST API. A popular standard, that is used for this, is Swagger.