By now, you’ve probably heard that Progressive Web Apps are the future of all mankind. They’ll bring world peace, end hunger, save the rainbows and unicorns, bring balance to the force, and a whole lot more. In the process, they might even push the mobile web forward, bring parity to web
Source: What are Progressive Web Apps? | The Official Ionic Blog
Angular 2.3 and 2.4 are out. Which new features are included?
Source: What’s new in Angular 2.3 and 2.4? – Ninja Squad
Real-time web applications are apps that push user experience to the limits while trying to immediately reflect data changes to a great number of connected clients. You make use of such application…
Source: Real-time applications using ASP.NET Core, SignalR & Angular – chsakell’s Blog
Server-side rendering is a headache and if you ever worked with Angular 1, you should be worried about how Angular 2 plans to handle it. Server-side rendering in Angular 2 is often-times also called Universal.
You might often hear people say stuff like: “I am building an app that will be universal“. What does that even mean?
Source: Server-Side Rendering in Angular 2 with Angular Universal | Scotch
We’re sneaking in a little holiday gift at the end of the year: two new beta releases for developers to try out with the latest version of Angular.
Source: Angular: Angular Material Beta Release, New Flex-Layout library
If you are looking to get your hands dirty and learn all about Docker, then look no further!
Source: Learn Docker by Building a Microservice
Today, at work, I spent quite a long time on figuring out, how to handle file upload, image to be exact, from angular2 app to backend in ASP.NET Core. I thought it’s a good idea for a post – maybe it will save you some time.
Source: How to upload a file (image) from angular2 to asp.net core – Michal Dymel – DevBlog