Lazy loading modules in AngularJS is a easy way to improve the user experience of your application.
This blog post is inspired by the scenario while working for one of our clients. In this scenario, the HTML were generated dynamically by PHP using Wordpress’ contents. It is then received by Angular to parse for the viewers.
In the second part of our NPM & Angular CLI series we discuss how we turned our internal application into an npm package and some of the challenges we experienced.
Setting up your environment and is a very important part of unit testing AngularJS code. We discuss some of the tools and methods under which we can provide the full workflow of a system under test in this post.
Angular 2 Routing is bit complicated when compared to routing in Angular 1.x but it is very powerful. We hope to clear up some of the common confusion when setting up routing and provide some practical examples as references.
Interaction with data in Angular 2, internally and from external sources, is based around the concept of services. Learning more about services is integral to learning how to create an Angular 2 component or application.
ProtractorJS is a robust and easy to use e2e test framework specifically designed for testing AngularJS applications. With some simple edits and a slight change in thinking, you can also use it to test your non-angular web apps and provide some sanity to your testing strategy across projects.
The AJAX paradigm really launched the web into primetime some 10+ years ago, but now its almost expected. Now it’s a ubiquitous part of the web landscape. Most web apps now resemble an ‘app’ in regards to their UX and users ‘expect’ con
Components instead of Controllers
While Components have been around in some shape or form around the web, Angular 2 is based around these amazingly flexible elements.
Components in AngularJS 2 will entirely replace controllers. In fact, they will also
As I’m sure you know if you are reading this, the AngularJS team is planning for a major version release “very soon” that will include some major paradigm shifts. A lot of the things you learned while teaching yourself AngularJS 1.x will just not be