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Score: 171450
Tweeted At: Fri Jan 26 20:58:12 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-26T20:57:30.406000+00:00
Author: Pete Bacon Darwin

  • Stable AngularJS and Long Term SupportAngularJS is planning one more significant release, version 1.7, and on July 1, 2018 it will enter a 3 year Long Term Support period.AngularJS Panel at Angular is an extremely stable framework for building web applications, and has been used by millions of developers across the…
  • We have many exciting Angular releases planned in 2018 and beyond.We understand that many developers are still using AngularJS, and that the migration process to Angular takes time and energy, but we also are aware that developers want clarity on the future AngularJS development plans.ScheduleThe team is currently working towards…
  • Our data indicates that the majority of AngularJS developers are not adopting the latest version updates, so the transition to LTS will be inconsequential to those developers.AngularJS 1.7 developmentAfter the release of 1.7.0 the team does not intend to merge any feature or fix that will require even a minor…
  • These releases will only include non-breaking change features and fixes to the framework.If there is a feature or fix that you believe should land in AngularJS 1.7.0, please report it via an already open issue or PR, or create a new issue.Long Term SupportOn July 1st 2018, we will enter a…
  • x to stop working.Continuing the journeyThe Angular team and community have benefited so much from the countless people in the community who have provided feedback, bug fixes, new features, educational resources, built amazing libraries, run awesome conferences, and created fantastic applications.

Tags: Long Term Support, Term Support period, AngularJS, exciting Angular releases, extremely stable framework

Score: 86500
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 29 00:06:41 +0000 2018
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Author: amcdnl

  • Often when building Reactive Forms in Angular, you need to bind values from the store to form and vice versus.
  • In addition to binding the values, you might want to get form status and errors.
  • Define your state interface by extending the interface: – – then in the reducer populate the object, this will vary based on your implementation but it should look something like this: – – In your component, you would implement the a reactive form and decorate the form with the directive…
  • Now anytime your form updates, your state will also reflect the new state.
  • In addition to it automatically keeping track of the form, you can also manually dispatch actions for things like resetting the form state.

Tags: Reactive Form bindings, export class AppModule, export function pizzaReducer, export interface PizzaForm, export class PizzaComponent

Score: 40000
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 29 10:00:34 +0000 2018
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Author: WilliamKing

  • The source code file “index.html” should look like the followingThe path to angularJS file is js/lib/angular/angular.js  somehow it won’t show up in the code sample.
  • The “app.js” file contains the JavaScript codes that will be used for this application.
  • The source code for the app.js file should look like the followingThe code above defines the application name ‘shoppingList’, and the modules that the application is dependent on [‘shoppingController’] in this case the application is dependent on the shoppingController module.
  • Add a folder in the “js” folder and call it “controllers” then create a file call “shoppingController.js” in the “controllers” folder and source code for the file should look like the followingThe code above registers a new module called shoppingList.controller with no dependencies.
  • Type int the following URL in your browser http://localhost:8000/ and you will see the followingIn order to see the application in your browser you must first run the “npm start” in your angular-seed folder firstIn this tutorial we’ve taken care of the plumbing in an AngularJS application.

Tags: application, angular-seed main folder, scope object, source code file, index.html

Score: 35000
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 29 08:37:05 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-11-02T17:45:22.190000+00:00
Author: Max NgWizard K

  • Understanding change detectionHere is the list of 5 in-depth articles that will significantly expand the boundaries of what you know about change detection process in Angular.
  • Each article builds upon the information explained in the preceding one so I recommend that you read them in the order they are listed here.Angular’s $digest is reborn in the newer version of AngularThis article draws a comparison between $digest process in AngularJS and change detection process in Angular.
  • This article will be especially useful for the experienced AngularJS developers who look to migrate to Angular.Do you still think that NgZone (zone.js) is required for change detection in Angular?This articles describes how NgZone is implemented on top of the zone.js library and explains the role that NgZone plays in…
  • It then shows how change detection mechanism performs DOM updates setup by interpolation or input binding for these nodes.The mechanics of property bindings update in AngularSimilarly to the previous article on DOM updates, this one explores implementation details of the process responsible for updating input bindings for child components and…
  • Finally, it outlines a step-by-step process of running change detection on View Nodes and updating input properties on child components and directives.

Tags: change detection, change detection process, change detection mechanism, unidirectional data flow, DOM updates

Score: 32500
Tweeted At: Sun Jan 28 17:00:59 +0000 2018
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Author: Shawn Wildermuth

  • Building a web app is a complex task that requires knowledge of many different skills.
  • In this course, Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC, Entity Framework Core, Bootstrap, and Angular, you’ll learn how to create the server-side code, client-side code, and design the look of the web app.
  • First, you’ll explore ASP.NET Core 2 and MVC 6 for building the server-side code.
  • Finally, you’ll delve into using HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap for the design of your web app.
  • When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of ASP.NET Core 2 that will help you as you move forward to build web applications.

Tags: web app, ASP.NET Core, client-side code, server-side code, Entity Framework Core

Score: 18000
Tweeted At: Sun Jan 28 20:20:02 +0000 2018
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  • Now we can install Express in the root folder of our SPA application.Here are the steps to create an Express application:1.
  • Open the command line prompt at the root folder of the SPA application2.
  • Once you type “y” a bunch of folders will be created for your application folder4.
  • Now typeto let nodemon monitor node for changes.
  • Make sure you are at the root of your application when you type

Tags: SPA application, root folder, previous blog post, command line, AngularJS SPA application

Score: 15000
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 29 06:15:03 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-29T11:43:58+00:00
Author: admin

  • In this Post We Will Explain About is Redirect page after delay using Angularjs With Example and Demo.Welcome on – Examples, The best For Learn web development Tutorials,Demo with Example!
  • Hi Dear Friends here u can know to How to apply delay on AngularJS Example – – In this post we will show you Best way to implement redirect page after 5 seconds angularjs, hear for Redirect to another page after delay 5 seconds using angular with Download .
  • Fisrt of all the Load a page and then Wait for X(5) seconds and then Being automatically redirected to another page after these X seconds.
  • Following script is the full example of using angular $timeout service in angularjs web applications.
  • More Details…… – – Angularjs Example – – I hope you have Got What is Redirect to another page after delay 5 seconds using angular And how it works.I would Like to have FeedBack From My Blog( readers.Your Valuable FeedBack,Any Question,or any Comments about This Article( Are Most Always Welcome….

Tags: redirect page, timeout, Hi Dear Friends, Learn web development, timeout service

Score: 15000
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 29 03:41:19 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-09-20T18:39:45.990000+00:00
Author: Igor Minin

  • Another point, which I don’t agree on, is TypeScript — it’s really an amazing language/tool, but that’s below.Post above is highly recommended to check, especially if you already use Angular or just planning toNevertheless, I’ll write some of my own thoughts on it, not pointed out in that post.TypeScript in AngularThe most painful…
  • It’s basically a string name for the route, to be later easily used without bothering with the url.In our AngularJS app, this was essential for a few reasons:easy to use for programmatic redirection in controllersable to use enum for routes, to search and refactor the whole application easily (Alt+F7 instead…
  • Therefore, in the case above instead of global search for ‘some’ string you can just press Shift + F6.Again, Angular doesn’t use this great TypeScript advantage.Lazy LoadThis section can be another post, but I would like to point out that any TypeScript features are ignored of module name is specified…
  • secretLairs: this.fb.array([])});Not even mentioning stuff about combining both form types — you can’t just use attribute binding like [disabled] for reactive forms…These are just some of the examples of poor API design, there are much more, but I think it’s ok for this section__metadataSadly, TypeScript usage in Angular is heavily based on…
  • Think of reflection in Java-like languages.Without metadata, you can still use decorators — at compile time, but there’s not much profit in this case.Nevertheless, in our AngularJS app we’ve used this decorators, like @Component:export const Component = (options: ng.IComponentOptions = {}) = controller = angular.extend(options, {controller});It just wraps our TypeScript classes in…

Tags: Angular, new HtmlTagDefinition, new Angular, Angular team, Angular Material

Score: 14500
Tweeted At: Sun Jan 28 16:26:09 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-25T22:03:28+00:00
Author: Miłosz Piechocki

  • In this short post, I would like to share some of the experiences I’ve had when creating an NPM Angular package using .
  • First of all, when creating an Angular library, it’s important to understand that you need to include a bit more than just plain TypeScript files inside the NPM package.
  • Both of them only manifested themselves when I tried to build the consuming project (the project to which my new common package is a dependency) using Angular Ahead of Time compilation (AOT).
  • When trying to build my consumer project I’ve got the following error: – – After some digging, I’ve found out that the root cause was that when building my package I wasn’t generating appropriate metadata to be further used by the AOT compiler.
  • Inside my package, I was making heavy use of files where I re-exported all the relevant symbols from the module.

Tags: Angular Package Format, Angular NPM package, Angular CLI, excellent ng-packagr tool, Angular library

Score: 11500
Tweeted At: Sun Jan 28 16:47:17 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-28T18:10:47+00:00
Author: Aviv Ben-Yosef

  • On these browsers (maybe others as well, but I rarely develop on them), the element you have currently selected is available in the console using the variable.
  • And now, you can get access to the AngularJS element by writing .
  • This function returns the Scope that’s associated with this element.
  • Similarly, this returns the controller that’s associated with the current element.
  • In the rare case that an element has multiple controllers and you’re interested in a specific one, e.g. , you can pass the function the name of the controller that you want.

Tags: heavier debugging sessions, handy utilities, new feature, Inspect Element, modern codebase

Score: 3600
Tweeted At: Sun Jan 28 14:29:34 +0000 2018
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Author: Learning Laravel

  • This article explains how you can require a package from a local path into your project with Composer.
  • This way you can run a local copy of a repository and test any changes you make.
  • Because the local repo will be symlinked changes are shared in real-time, there is no need for intermediate committing and updating.

Tags: helpful Laravel tutorials, Laravel app, dream Laravel PHP, Laravel Homestead alternative, Generate Valid RSS

Score: 1250
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 29 09:09:08 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-20T11:44:27.330000+00:00
Author: Maxime Coutte

  • How you can build your own VR headset for $100My name is Maxime Coutté.
  • I’m 16 and I built my own VR headset with my best friends, Jonas Ceccon and Gabriel Combe.
  • But facing the fact that an Oculus was $700 at the time, we decided to build our own headset.3D printed parts of the headsetMaking VR accessible to everyone?DARROW; J. R. EYERMAN/THE LIFE PICTURE COLLECTION/GETTY IMAGESIt was because of an anime called Sword Art Online where the main character is in a…
  • Putting all of this together, we ended up with a $100 VR headset.A fully hackable VR headset and development kitTo speed up VR development time, we built FastVR, an open-source SDK for developers that is easy to understand and customize.
  • It works like this:The core headset computes the position of the headset in space;The position is sent from the headset to WRMHL, and part of the CPU’s power is dedicated to reading those messages;Then FastVR retrieves the data and uses them to render the VR game.Everything you need to build…

Tags: VR headset, standalone VR headset, VR development time, re-invented VR, VR mainstream

Score: 1150
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 29 08:13:02 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-03-16T18:10:37.296000+00:00
Author: Quincy Larson

  • But sometimes it would only further solidify them.This loop has repeated itself so many times that Tim Wu — the Harvard law professor who coined the term “Net Neutrality” — has a name for it: The Cycle.“History shows a typical progression of information technologies, from somebody’s hobby to somebody’s industry; from jury-rigged contraption to…
  • We’ll talk about the brazen monopolies who maneuver to lock down the internet, the scrappy idealists who fight to keep it open, and the vast majority of people who are completely oblivious to this battle for the future.In Part 1, we’ll explore what the open internet is and delve into…
  • The open, distributed nature of the internet and how it’s being cordoned off into walled gardens by some of the largest multinational corporations in the world.In Part 4, we’ll explore the implications of all this for consumers and for startups.
  • Will they pay for a slice of attention in crowded walled gardens?We’re all trapped in The CycleHere’s a brief history of the information technologies that came before the internet, and how quickly corporations and governments consolidated them.Originally anyone could string up some cable, then start tapping out Morse Code messages to…
  • It was able to read telegrams from Hayes’ political opponents and make sure Hayes was always one step ahead.Western Union’s dominance — and monopoly pricing — would last for decades until Alexander Graham Bell disrupted its business with his newly-invented telephone.How the telephone fell victim to The CycleAfter a period of party lines and local…

Tags: open internet, net neutrality, FCC Chairman Ajit, broadband internet market, Chairman Ajit Pai

Score: 320
Tweeted At: Sun Jan 28 23:54:24 +0000 2018
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Author: softchris

    Tags: return state, action, master Switch branches/tags, const user, const products

    Score: 57
    Tweeted At: Mon Jan 29 00:43:05 +0000 2018
    Publish Date: 2017-06-10T12:52:32+00:00

      Tags: image source, node.js, node.js application, node.js application development, web applications

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