Angular News Saturday, January 20
Angular News TLDR / Table of Contents
- Angular 5 Basic Demo Project Overview
- This post is a continuation of the Angular 5 series
- Angular project structures, Angular Application, application root folder, Angular app, particular HTML file
- Getting Started With Angular Material 2 ← Alligator.io
- The simple steps to setup Material Design components in your Angular 2+ apps.
- Angular Material, app module, install Angular Material, custom material module, Add Angular Material
- Get Ready for a Schooling in Angular Momentum
- You can use angular momentum to describe everything from fidget spinners to back flips to interstellar asteroids. Let’s see how it works.
- angular momentum, total angular momentum, angular momentum vector, introductory physics—angular momentum, total momentum
- In MEAP, you read a book chapter-by-chapter while it’s being written and get the final book as soon as it’s finished.
- app bundle, app icons, iOS Development, author news, Craig Grummitt
- Larasap – Laravel social auto posting package
- One of the bestselling Laravel books! Learning Laravel 5 shows you a fastest way to learn developing web applications using Laravel 5 PHP framework
- helpful Laravel tutorials, Laravel app, Laravel Homestead alternative, dream Laravel PHP, Generate Valid RSS
Tweeted At: Sat Jan 20 06:45:00 +0000 2018
Author: Sibeesh Venu
- So, at the end of this article, you will have some basic understanding of Angular project structures and how it really matters when it comes to project.
- The Import section helps us to import some existing functionalities available in the framework like we have included the component from Angular/core in the above code snippet.
- The decoration is the place where we decorate the component, giving a selector( which is unique to each component), Style the UI, giving the template URL which points to a particular HTML file where we customize the component.
- The tsconfig.app.json file is the place where we can set the configuration for our project, like setting the module versions, compiler options etc.
- In our next article, we will start developing some components in our Angular app.
Tweeted At: Fri Jan 19 19:50:03 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-14T00:00:00+00:00
- Angular Material 2 brings Material Design components to Angular 2+ apps.
- The latest release of Angular Material depends on Angular 4+ – – Here’s how to get started with Angular Material 2: – – First install Angular Material, Angular animations, and Hammer.js in your project with these commands: – – Hammer.js is an optional dependency and helps with touch support for…
- Prior to Angular Material 2 Beta 3, there was a global MaterialModule that could be imported in the app module to make the components available.
- Your app module (e.g.: app.module.ts) will look a little bit like this: – – There are a few pre-built themes installed automatically with Angular Material.
- To import them to your project, you can add this to the head section of your project’s root index.html file: – – It’s now ready for you to start using the available Angular Material components in your templates.
Tweeted At: Fri Jan 19 03:19:29 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-11-29T16:00:00+00:00
Author: WIRED Staff
- Oh, you can also rotate the vectors by using the right-click or ctrl-click and drag.But now I can calculate (and plot) the total angular momentum of this ball-spring system.
- First, both the balls have constant z-component of angular momentum so of course the total angular momentum is also constant.
- Let’s move this point to somewhere else such that the momentum vectors will be the same, but now the r-vectors for the two balls will be something different.
- Here’s what I get for the z-component of angular momentum.Now you can see that the z-component for the two balls both individually change, but the total angular momentum is constant.
- In the end, angular momentum is something that is conserved for situations that have no external torque like these spring balls.
Tweeted At: Fri Jan 19 15:35:34 +0000 2018
Author: Marko Lukša
- MEAP updates, new products, author news, and more.
- Anthony Williams has added a new chapter to the C++ Concurrency in Action, Second Edition MEAP.
- Craig Grummitt has added a new chapter to the iOS Development with Swift MEAP.
- Chapter 13 looks at making our apps more visual!
- Chapter 7 covers configuring relational properties.
Tweeted At: Fri Jan 19 17:00:19 +0000 2018
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