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Score: 230400
URL: https://medium.mybridge.co/angular-top-10-articles-for-the-past-month-v-dec-2017-d86123c4bb66?gi=e6a75bab6137
Tweeted At: Wed Dec 20 07:56:12 +0000 2017
Publish Date: 2017-12-20T07:49:11.860000+00:00
Author: Mybridge

  • Angular Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Dec 2017)For the past month, we ranked nearly 1,000 Angular articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career.
  • (1% chance to be picked in the list).
  • Topics in this list: Angular 5.1, Performance, CLI, Fast NPM Client, Spring Boot, CDK, Vue, Immutable.js, Bundler, Angular Starter, Documentation.Angular (v.Nov 2017): HereVue, React, Node, JavaScript: HereOpen source of the month is included at the end.Mybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured by our machine and…
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience shared by the Angular leaders useful.

Tags: Angular articles, Angular apps, Angular leaders, reactive web apps, Better manage state

Score: 200000
URL: https://egghead.io/courses/create-dynamic-forms-in-angular
Tweeted At: Thu Dec 21 04:18:02 +0000 2017
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  • When we build forms, we know there’s a good chance that the data we want to collect may change.
  • Dynamic Forms in Angular give us the ability to define the underlying object model before binding the form to the template.
  • This lets our forms programmatically adjust to the underlying model so we don’t have to update each form manually as our data will eventually change.
  • In this course Google Developer Expert-led we will use Angular’s Reactive Forms and learn about the basics for dynamically rendering .
  • If you’re coming from AngularJS (v1.x) you may also be familiar with dynamic forms in the context of , a library for automating dynamic forms.

Tags: underlying object model, advanced input controls, radio button lists, good chance, underlying model

Score: 19350
URL: http://sibeeshpassion.com/generating-your-first-components-and-modules-in-angular-5-app/
Tweeted At: Tue Dec 19 11:23:00 +0000 2017
Publish Date: 2017-11-16T16:12:09+00:00
Author: SibeeshVenu

  • No more talking now and let’s code it.Creating your first componentAs we discussed in our previous posts, a component is a set of combined functionality, in our case, we are going to create a component called Registration whose purpose is to serve all the codes for Registration.You can create your…
  • /app.component’; – import { RegistrationComponent } from declarations: [ – AppComponent, – RegistrationComponent – ], – imports: [ – BrowserModule – ], – providers: [], – bootstrap: [AppComponent] – }) – export class AppModule { } – Creating a registration formNow that we have created our component, let’s edit our…
  • Go to your and edit the content as preceding.p – input type=”text” placeholder=”First Name” / – input type=”text” placeholder=”Last Name” / – input type=”email” placeholder=”Email” / – input type=”password” placeholder=”Password” / – input type=”password” placeholder=”Confirm Passwrod” / – br/ – a route for our new componentNow our registration page is…
  • html filebase href=”/”Now go to your app.module.ts file and import the RouterModule thereimport { RouterModule, Routes } from ‘@angular/router’;Create our Route Arrayconst myRoots: Routes = [ – { path: ‘register’, component: RegistrationComponent } – ];Here the path is the route name and component is the component which that path refers…
  • @NgModule({ – declarations: [ – AppComponent, – RegistrationComponent – ], – imports: [ – BrowserModule, – AppRoutingModule, – MatButtonModule, MatCardModule, MatInputModule, MatSnackBarModule, MatToolbarModule, – RouterModule.forRoot(myRoots) – ], – providers: [], – bootstrap: [AppComponent] – })Let’s go back to our registration.component.html file and do some design changes.mat-card – mat-input-container – input…

Tags: input matInput type=, previous posts, component, registration page, button mat-button routerLink=

Score: 8500
URL: https://devdactic.com/ionic-youtube-rest-api/
Tweeted At: Wed Dec 20 19:54:03 +0000 2017
Publish Date: 2017-09-05T15:00:55+00:00
Author: Simon

  • In order to use the plugin on Android we need to add our YouTube API key from before to our config.xml, so add this entry now: – – Finally we need to make sure everything is connected accordingly inside our app.module.ts so change yours to: – – The first operation…
  • After getting the results back we want to display them, and finally we add another function to open a specific playlist which will push another page and pass the ID of the clicked list so we can load the next data there.
  • Now open your src/pages/home/home.ts and change it to: – – The view for our first page is also super simple, just an input field and the button plus the list which uses our Observable from the class which holds the playlists of the channel we searched for.
  • We get the ID of the page already passed through the so we only need to make another call through our provider to receive all videos for a specific playlist!
  • With an API key you can make requests to some services and enjoy the full power of the available Google data to spice up your apps!

Tags: API key, native YouTube player, Ionic app, YouTube Data API, YouTube API

Score: 7500
URL: https://sdtimes.com/
Tweeted At: Thu Dec 21 07:36:04 +0000 2017
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  • An introduction to the benefits and use cases of Microservices, Containers, and APM As more enterprises embrace DevOps practices and move workloads to the cloud, application architects are increasingly looking to design choices that maximize the speed of development and deployment.
  • … – – How to drive performance and scalability for Java applications Java applications are built for high performance.
  • APM helps you find and fix Java performance issues so you … – – RECORDED EVENT: Understanding the health of your application is among the most important goals of any user-focused organization.
  • Application performance monitoring (APM) is a smart and necessary starting point in achieving this goal, but does it address the whole issue?
  • For companies to fully understand their application, they must consider Application Quality Monitoring (AQM), which … – – We’ve already undergone quite a journey to evolve from “classical testing” and test automation to Continuous Testing.

Tags: Apache Software Foundation, open source, Apache Flink, Big Data, Apache Hadoop

Score: 1320
URL: https://smartit.ninja/movies.html
Tweeted At: Thu Dec 21 07:30:53 +0000 2017
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Author: Mlmleads Llc

  • A revolutionary approach to business management has disrupted the status quo and taken Silicon Valley by storm.
  • Innovator Michael Fertik explains how applying femto-management – his scalable, atomic level alternative to micromanagement – to internal communications can push your team over the top.
  • FEMTO management pushes micromanagement to an atomic level of control.

Tags: Silicon Valley, favorite quote, venture capitalist David, capitalist David Cowan, Michael Fertik

Score: 340
URL: http://www.techjunkieblog.com/2017/03/angularjs-spa-part-6-install-mongodb-as.html?m=1
Tweeted At: Thu Dec 21 03:00:08 +0000 2017
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    Tags: folder dpath folder, blog post, configuration file, mongodb, previous blog post

    Score: 76
    URL: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLK_k2Cn2Vt0sozDvP8b7DT0dLPIqzxI2n
    Tweeted At: Thu Dec 21 02:24:54 +0000 2017
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      Tags: channels, recommendations, Sign,

      Score: 60
      URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=-yY2ECd2tSM
      Tweeted At: Wed Dec 20 23:25:11 +0000 2017
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        Tags: upload original content, YouTube, videos, music, friends

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