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  • Angular 5 Reactive Forms And Validations
    • Let’s explore what are reactive forms and ways of validating the reactive forms in Angular 5.
    • reactive forms, initial value, component, Angular form controls, form development approach
  • Angular 4 Upgrade for Spring Security OAuth
    • Let’s upgrade our AngularJS application for Spring Security OAuth2 to Angular 4.
    • export class, Angular CLI, password flow, front-end modules, export class HomeComponent
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  • Understanding @Output and EventEmitter in Angular ⋅ ElseIf
    • In Angular, a component can emit an event using @Output and EventEmitter. Both are parts of the @angular/core.Confused by the jargon? Let’s simplify it together. Consider the AppChildComponent as shown below:
    • Angular, jargon, Output, component, event
  • Learn Angular v4 – Part 3
    • Director at Rebin Infotech, C# Corner MVP for consecutive 5 years with over 7 years of experience in IT industry and exposure of working with wide variety o …
    • Learn Angular v4, chapter, Chapters Ahmedabad Chapter, Corner Kolkata Chapter, UK Public Chapter
  • Tech Junkie Blog: AngularJS SPA Part 10: Setup Express To Serve Static Files
    • Jade view engine, file static files, folder structure, app folder, previous blog

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Tweeted At: Mon Jan 08 10:30:00 +0000 2018
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Author: Mangesh Gaherwar

  • As we can create the form controls directly in the component, it makes it a bit easier to push the data between the data models and the UI elements.
  • Let us design the form in the component snippet.
  • In the above code, we have designed our form in the component.
  • What we have done in this code is – – – Here, we are declaring the fname to be of type FormControl() and assigning to the fname property which will be our form control name in the HTML.
  • Here, we can specify the initial value of our form controller and add some validators in it (we can see that in the next section).

Tags: reactive forms, initial value, component, Angular form controls, form development approach

Score: 50000
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 08 12:01:05 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-05-06T12:44:01+00:00
Author: baeldung

  • Then, Include Maven dependencies we need to use frontend-maven-plugin to build our Angular project using maven: – – And finally, generate new Module using Angular CLI: – – Note that we’ll have two front-end modules – one for password flow and the other for implicit flow.
  • In the following sections, we will discuss the Angular app logic for each module.
  • Let’s start with our AppService  – located at app.service.ts – which contains the logic for server interactions: – – Next, let’s take a look at our LoginComponent which is responsible for the login form: – – Next, our HomeComponent which is responsible for displaying and manipulating our Home Page: -…
  • Similarly, we will start with our service, but this time we will use library angular-oauth2-oidc instead of obtaining access token ourselves: – – Our HomeComponent to handle our simple Home Page: – – Our FooComponent is exactly the same as in the password flow module.
  • Finally, we will start our app: – – The server will start by default on port 4200, to change port of any module change the – – in package.json to make it run on port 8086 for example: – – In this quick tutorial, we saw how we can upgrade…

Tags: export class, Angular CLI, password flow, front-end modules, export class HomeComponent

Score: 5800
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 08 05:57:07 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-06T02:22:41+00:00

    Tags: Angular, jargon, Output, component, event

    Score: 700
    Tweeted At: Mon Jan 08 07:15:00 +0000 2018
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      Tags: Learn Angular v4, chapter, Chapters Ahmedabad Chapter, Corner Kolkata Chapter, UK Public Chapter

      Score: 420
      Tweeted At: Sun Jan 07 17:40:07 +0000 2018
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        Tags: Jade view engine, file static files, folder structure, app folder, previous blog

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