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19 August 2015
I have created an Angular 2.0 virtualized grid component.
Sometimes you need an Easter egg to allow your dev staff to skip some configuration step or close an uncloseable modal in your app. So, ng-surprise is an easy way to do that.
Here are some thoughts around migrating from Angular 1.x to Angular 2.0 http://www.syntaxsuccess.com/viewarticle/migrating-from-angular-1.x-to-angular-2.0
I have created a recursive Angular 2.0 treeview component: http://www.syntaxsuccess.com/viewarticle/recursive-treeview-in-angular-2.0 [more inside]
So, how do we resolve this debate? How can we get all of the benefits of React stated above, but not miss out on this great, super-important feature of Angular? We decided to give it a go and solve it for React.
I really like the web components approach that has recently got a hugh attention. It’s easy to design a solution that solves an encapsulated problem, while exporting it as an html tag. After working much with angular, I saw a recurring pattern in defining routes either with the default ng-router or ui-router. In this post I share my preference for consuming modules and defining them in the routing module. #angularjs #webcomponents #modules
A setup which allows to easily write testing, write the code, running the tests and making sure the process automates what’s needs to be done when any of the code or environment change. In this post i’m sharing the setup that I use for unit tests with angular.js app – as well as the mind behind it.
A first blog post (in a series of three), describing how to prepare for the upcoming Angular 2, today.
This time we will know more about it with an overview in some aspects for Protractor usage in projects and best practices such as page objects, performance, cache, usage with node js and others approaches.
You never speak about protractor or End-to-tests? This time the aspect approached will be the tests, most specifically End-to-end test, with an overview in some aspects for Protractor, the framework created for AngularJS, but that can be used with many other projects without angularjs dependency. In this post I will explain some aspects for end-to-end tests, why to use them, how the protractor is included in this approach and show a example of your use in tests.
The AngularJS directives concept is a bit very interesting for apps, if you think in software aspects as reuse, portability, modularity, among others. However, depending on the complexity of your directive, some tests become more complex. One approach to simplify some procedures is the construction of directives based on the concept of Thin Directives. [more inside]
In this post we will talk about filter concepts and how is the interface
$filter flux in AngularJS: explain more about default filters, params, architecture and design pattern, best practices and performance with
Many applications are using angular for frontend and it’s really awesome. But with time and software evolution other aspects about product/service are (more) importants too, such as manutenibility and…performance. But when you think about performance, what are you remember like (re)solution? More machines? More cache? More file minification/compression? More use more async calls or HTTP2 usage? [more inside]
Use ES6 classes and ES6+ decorators with Angular 1 instead of modules. Check out the examples if you want to be convinced.
Angular 2 will be a radical change but Jesus Rodriguez discusses the things he believes will make it worthwhile.
A developer shares experiences of jumping into a fast-paced Node, Seneca and Angular-based project for a client.
Stamplay describes itself “as if IFTTT and Heroku had a child.”