Most of our articles on Angular 2 covered how to build simple components or detailed some certain parts of the framework in a standalone context. In this article we are going to explore the different ways of styling Angular 2 components.
Source: Styling Angular 2 components
As a performance engineer, O’Reilly’s Velocity conference is the one conference I try not to miss. This year was even more special because, along with Kurt Andersen, I got a chance to present the work we do at LinkedIn; and both Kurt and my talks were well received (see cover photo above). As always, there was a mix of beginner to advanced content, along with hallway conversations that make Velocity a must attend event of the year!Must-see talksI attended many talks, but among the ones I attended, these 4 stood out as must-see, mainly for their in-depth technical content.1. Ser
Source: Velocity 2015 – Highlights | Ritesh Maheshwari | LinkedIn
Angular has always strived to provide tools to make forms easier. Just using Angular to submit AJAX forms and using Angular’s built-in validation makes using forms that much easier. There are even great 3rd party modules to help us work with forms like angular-formly. Since Angular 1.3, there is a new tool to creating and […]
Source: AngularJS Form Validation with ngMessages | Scotch
Source: Create a Simple Shopping Cart Using AngularJS: Part 3 – Tuts+ Code Tutorial
A couple of months ago, we’ve written an article about the new router in Angular, how it can be used and how it differs from the standard router. The article mainly covered the usage of using the new router in Angular 1 apps, and has been written at a time where the router was in a very early state. In this article we would like to explore how to use the new router in Angular 2.
Source: Routing in Angular 2
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Although you may already know I’ve been working with AngularJS since it was in beta, you may not know I’ve had just as much experience withTelerik’s KendoUI control suite. For readers who aren’t familiar with KendoUI, it is a suite of jQuery-based UI widgets that also integrates directly with Angular. The core set of widgets is free and open source, and the more advanced widgets such as the grid are licensed.
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StrongLoop, the company that brought us Express.js, continues to dominate the Node.js framework space. Now, they’ve taken it a step further with LoopBack, an API framework built on the shoulders of Express that will free you to focus on your application.Toptal developer Jovan Jovanovic brings us this excellent walkthrough to building your first LoopBack application, and unleashing your raw developer power.
Source: LoopBack: A Powerful Node API Framework | Toptal
In this article Ravi Kiran covers most of the AngularJS testing tips that he learned over the past two years. You’d better not miss it!
Source: AngularJS Testing: Bootstrap Blocks, Routes, Events, and Animations
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