Posts tagged with Angular
Loading content within a sidebar using Angular routing
In this tutorial, we'll use the powers of Angular Material and routing combined to load our route content within a sidebar or sidenav component.
Using WebSockets with Angular
In this tutorial we'll explore how we can use WebSockets with Angular and how to properly create RxJS observables from them.
Progressive Web Apps with Angular CLI
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.
Using Apollo GraphQL with Angular
Forget REST and learn GraphQL! In this tutorial I'll be using Apollo as my GraphQL client library together with Angular to create even more powerful applications.
Handling authentication and authorization with Angular
In this tutorial I'll use route guards, Http interceptors and directives to improve handling authentication and authorization in an Angular application using ngrx.
Working with @ngrx/store
A component-based architecture brings it own challenges, such as state management. In this tutorial I'll demonstrate how the ngrx library can solve this problem by defining actions and reducers.
Getting started with Angular CLI and Project Clarity
Project Clarity is a neat UI library with a component-set that can be used with Angular. In this tutorial, I'll set up Project Clarity with Angular CLI.
Showing a loader with Angular 2
With Angular 2, we can change the default Loading... message to something else. In this article I will show you how to change it into a wonderful pokéball.
Animating with Angular 2
Just like AngularJS, Angular 2 has a mechanism for applying animations to your application. During this article we'll look into the animation API.
Implementing your own pipes with Angular 2
Pipes are one of the key features of Angular 2 and they are the successor to AngularJS' filters. In this article I'll write my own pipes with Angular 2.