I will be writing about how to deploy an angular application on to the public IBM cloud platform and be able to access the application. So, to put it briefly here about what this blog post will include, we will create an angular application using the CLI, make our application deploy-ready, build the application, create… Continue reading Deploying your Angular app to IBM Cloud
Hey everyone! In around 10 days from today, I will be speaking at ng-Srilanka, the first ever Angular conference of SriLanka. I will be speaking on the topic “Creating Libraries in Angular” on 14th September, 2019, along with some other great speakers. The purpose of this blog post is to make sure you are well-versed… Continue reading ng-Srilanka: Good to knows before attending my talk
When working with forms in Angular, we are provided with a choice. The choice is similar to the one between choosing tea or coffee. This choice is about choosing which types of forms we should use as per the requirement of our solution. And the two options that we get are: Template-driven forms Model-driven forms… Continue reading Custom validation for your reactive forms?
We all know lazy loading is one of the most useful concepts of Angular Routing, and for those of us who have been working with Angular, we know how it brings down the size of large files. This is done by lazily loading the files that are required occasionally. To start with lazy loading by… Continue reading Lazy Loading in Angular 8
When I started my journey of learning Angular, the concept that captured my interest totally was the routing and navigation techniques in the framework. First of all, my basic understanding of web apps was that there are multiple pages and clicking on one element on a page would link to the next page having a… Continue reading A book on Angular Routing?
In almost any application that we work with, the first important thing to do is to deal with data, loads and loads of data. And this data which resides on the server is dealt with by the use of HTTP operations. We perform HTTP GET and POST operations to work with that data. Now, in… Continue reading CRUD with Angular
Here is a small and easy Angular application to check if you are connected to Internet or not! Here is a small and easy Angular application to check if you are connected to Internet or not! First thing you need to do is install a package called ng-connection-service in your angular application. Lets see how… Continue reading Online/Offline? Check in a minute!
Hello there! Planning to start your first ever Angular application based on routing? Here are some of the most important configurations that you need to make in your project before starting with routing. Starting off with the list of files required to work with when creating routes inside an Angular application, index.html is the first file… Continue reading First Routing application? Check these essential routing configs!
Organised on February 23, 2019 in Gurgaon, India, ngIndiarightly proved its stature as the largest Angular conference of India. Starting from the love of the audience to the super informative sessions from all the speakers, the one-day conference did great justice to the community with people coming in from so many different cities/countries like Chennai, Ludhiana,… Continue reading ng-India Conference 2019
In this blog post, we will see how to work with data without using a real server. This means without having to use a server where the data resides or without having to working with $http services or requesting APIs, we can use the data and perform CRUD operations with that. Wait, what is CRUD… Continue reading Faking a back-end server in Angular