Angular has evolved over the years and new exciting features have been continuously added to each version. One of the improvements is in Material Design, which comes with new components. This tutorial will look at Angular Material and how to incorporate it in Angular 6 projects.
Angular CLI is a command-line interface for Angular and one of the easiest ways to get your app started. The beauty of using Angular CLI is that it lets you focus on your code, without having to worry about the structure of your application, since all the necessary files are generated for you.
Test Driven Development is a programming practice that has been preached and promoted by every developer community on the planet. And yet it’s a routine that is largely neglected by a developer while learning a new framework. Writing unit tests from day one will help you to write better code, spot bugs with ease, and maintain a better development workflow.
The introduction of Angular 2 meant big changes for Angular developers. Often the best thing to do is to undertake a rewrite of the app, module by module.
How your app looks is as important as how it works, and animation is an important part of modern user interfaces. Whether by changing the color of an element to indicate that it has been selected or animating a spinner when data is being loaded, adding animation to your apps can add a professional touch.
If you are building an Angular 2 app, there will come a time when you need external data. The way to make this happen is through the HTTP service. HTTP allows you to make requests against remote endpoints and parse this data into a usable format.
Angular 2 is a powerful and feature-complete framework that you can use to build the best web apps. Built with TypeScript in mind, Angular 2 takes advantage of futuristic language features such as decorators and interfaces, which make coding faster and easier.