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Today in Top Angular News – Monday, October 22

Today in Top Angular News – Monday, October 22

Today’s topics include Angular, AngularJs, javascript, reactjs, vuejs, elmlang, webdevelopment, webdeveloper, ui, webdesign, webdesigner, and userexperience. Special thanks to contributors @NetanelBasal, Netanel Basal, @stephenfluin, Stephen Fluin, @saidhayani, SaidHayani@, Anil Singh, Rajeev Hathi, and 1440715179277566, Tomasz Kula.


A Better Approach to Environment Variables in Angular – The InfoGrid

But in a nutshell, you have different environment files, where you store environment variables and during the build process, angular compiler will use the correct environment file to replace and the default environment variables. Then during app initial stage or even initialization, you can load the configuration file (JSON) using a service. The same needs to be done for each of our other environment names:

Now, we can call a http service to retrieve the json files containing  that environments configurations, which we are storing in a directory on a server or AWS S3 bucket. With the environment name property, you can stitch together the URL to the correct configurations file. Now anytime you want to change configurations, you simply edit the JSON file containing the configuration of your environment. Continue reading


Connect Angular Forms to Akita Store – Netanel Basal

Connect Angular Forms to Akita Store

The PersistNgFormPlugin helps to keep your form synced with your store. In addition to the products entities, the store root holds a state which contains the current active filters. We’re using the built-in Akita query methods to reactively get the products from our store and the loading status. From this point, Akita will take care of updating the form value on component initialization and the store upon form’s value changes. In summary: The Akita PersistNgFormPlugin can provide you with a quick and easy way to sync between any form and a store, which comes with built-in functionality that’s often needed when carrying out this technique. Continue reading


Version 7 of Angular — CLI Prompts, Virtual Scroll, Drag and Drop and more
The 7.0.0 release of Angular is here! This is a major release ning the entire platform, including the core framework, Angular Material, and the CLI with synchronized major versions. Virtual Scrolling can improve the performance of applicationsHow to update to v7
Visit update.angular.io for detailed information and guidance on updating your application, but thanks to the work we did in v6, updating to v7 should be one command for most developers:
ng update @angular/cli @angular/coreEarly adopters of v7 have reported that this update is faster than ever, and many apps take less than 10 minutes to update. CLI Prompts
The CLI will now prompt users when running common commands like ng new or ng add @angular/material to help you discover built-in features like routing or SCSS support. StackBlitz 2.0 Supports multipane editing and the Angular Language ServiceAngular Console — A downloadable console for starting and running Angular projects on your local has a new home on npm, and has its first stable release for Angular
NativeScript — It’s now possible to have a single project that builds for both web and installed mobile with 2.0 has been released and now includes the Angular Language Service, and more features like tabbed editing

Documentation Updates
We’re always working hard to improve our guides and reference materials. Continue reading


Angular 6 and its new features — explained in three minutes

Angular 6 and its new features — explained in three minutes
Angular has come out with some amazing new features in version 6.0.0, especially in Angular-cli. Now, with Angular 6, you can easily update your old packages, create native web elements using Angular Elements, and many other things. ng add
ng add is a new command in Angular-cli that helps you install and download new packages in your angular apps. Use ng-template instead of template directive
You can use ng-template to render the HTML instead of the template tag in the new version of Angular. You’re able to render your Angular elements as native web elements, and they’re interpreted as trusted HTML elements. Continue reading


AngularJs 2 Series: Deploy Your Application on AWS S3

In this article, I will demonstrate how to deploy a simple static Angular application on AWS cloud using S3 service. We will deploy our Angular application that will be served as a static website using S3. The next step will be to deploy our simple application, it means we will upload our Angular compiled files to our bucket. You can click Add Files option and navigate to the dist folder of your my-simple-app Angular application. Continue reading


AngularJs 2 Series: Host Event Binding With HostListener

We enabled the highlight directive or attribute on the host element by binding the color to its property. We already saw how to render a yellow color to the element hosting this highlight directive using decorator. The decorator can be used to bind an event on the hosting element, in our case, the element hosting the highlight attribute. We have added decorator which accepts the name of the event to bind to the hosting element. The decorator is prefixed to a property or method that will be invoked on the occurance of the specified event. Continue reading


Understanding Angular Structural Directives – Netanel Basal

That means that this:
*carousel="let image"is equal to:
*carousel="let image = $implicit"Any other value must be explicitly named in the context object and referenced by that name in the HTML binding. In the carousel directive, we’ll expose the controller object that will allow users to change the currently displayed image. *carousel="let image; let ctrl = controller"/The Implementation
Now that we understand the micro-syntax and the context object, we have all the tools that we need to implement the carousel directive. At this point, the carousel will always display the first image, as we have not yet implemented the controller object. Finally, we add the carouselAutoplay @Input to allow carousel’s consumers to set the auto-play delay value. Continue reading


AngularJs 2 Series: Binding The Host Element With @HostBinding

We made use of service to render an element with the background style color to yellow. We bound the attribute of that element with the value of yellow using the method of the service. The decorator can be used to bind a value to the attribute of the hosting element, in our case, the element hosting the directive. The only difference is here now we are rendering the element color to yellow using decorator instead of the service. The said decorator accepts the name of the attribute to which we want to bind the value in the hosting element. Continue reading


Version 7 of Angular — CLI Prompts, Virtual Scroll, Drag and Drop and more

Version 7 of Angular — CLI Prompts, Virtual Scroll, Drag and Drop and more
The 7.0.0 release of Angular is here! This is a major release ning the entire platform, including the core framework, Angular Material, and the CLI with synchronized major versions. Virtual Scrolling can improve the performance of applicationsHow to update to v7
Visit update.angular.io for detailed information and guidance on updating your application, but thanks to the work we did in v6, updating to v7 should be one command for most developers:
ng update @angular/cli @angular/coreEarly adopters of v7 have reported that this update is faster than ever, and many apps take less than 10 minutes to update. CLI Prompts
The CLI will now prompt users when running common commands like ng new or ng add @angular/material to help you discover built-in features like routing or SCSS support. StackBlitz 2.0 Supports multipane editing and the Angular Language ServiceAngular Console — A downloadable console for starting and running Angular projects on your local has a new home on npm, and has its first stable release for Angular
NativeScript — It’s now possible to have a single project that builds for both web and installed mobile with 2.0 has been released and now includes the Angular Language Service, and more features like tabbed editing

Documentation Updates
We’re always working hard to improve our guides and reference materials. Continue reading

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