Stripe offer a set of APIs which allow businesses and individuals to easily accept and manage payments online. In a typical scenario you want your users to pay for a service that you’re offering using Stripe as a mediator.
Source: Using Stripe with Angular 2 – Minko Gechev’s blog
At the core of the Angular router lies a powerful URL matching engine, which transforms URLs and converts them into router states.
In this article I will show how to use three of the engine’s features: empty-path routes, componentless routes, and redirects. And how using them together, we can implement advanced patterns in just a few lines of code.
Source: Angular Router: Empty Paths, Componentless Routes,… | Victor Savkin
Learn how to manage large Angular 2 applications and navigation with the new component router using features such as child routing and route parameters.
Source: Introduction to Angular 2 Routing
Jeremy Likness details how to use the Angular 2 CLI to rapidly scaffold, develop, test and deploy an Angular 2 web application.
Source: Rapid Cross-Platform Development with the Angular 2 CLI -Telerik Developer Network