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  • You have a chance to speak at Israel’s annual Angular conference!
    • Israel’s International Angular Conference & Tour
    • Angular, Angular app, new Angular app, angular apps, native mobile app
  • MEAN Stack: Build an App with Angular 2+ and the Angular CLI — SitePoint
    • With the release of Angular 2+, it’s time to revisit the MEAN stack (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular, and Node). Manjunath M builds a bucket list app.
    • bucket list, bucket list application, mean stack, Angular, Angular – Angular
  • Angular 5 (formerly Angular 2) – The Complete Guide
    • Master Angular (Angular 2+, incl. Angular 5) and build awesome, reactive web apps with the successor of Angular.js
    • Angular, popular Angular course, Angular applications, Angular App, official Angular team
  • The better way to write an API service in Angular 4
    • It’s more than a year now since I’ve been coding Angular 2. Each day I learned something new. Angular is a full UI framework which promotes many best practices and coupled with Typescript makes it…
    • well-structured Angular API, http service, API server errors, API service, custom HTTP service
  • It’s NOT OK to Still Use Angular 1 in 2018
    • It’s NOT OK to Still Use Angular 1 in 2018 | I wrote a post 8 months ago titled It’s OK to Still Use Angular 1 in 2017. There are still a lot of companies…
    • Angular, market penetration React, good shape, old tech, slow response time
  • .NET Core 2.0, Angular 4 and MySQL. Part 3 – CodeProject
    • Why is logging so important during application development? Well, while your application is in developing stage it is very easy to debug the code and to find out what went wrong. But, can you debug in the production environment? Of course not.; Author: Code Maze; Updated: 23 Jan 2018; Section:…
    • logger service, main project, custom logger service, LoggerService project, IOC container
  • Taming Forms in Angular
    • In this training, Pascal Precht will discuss template-driven and reactive forms, by creating an application that uses various form control types. We will learn how to use built-in validators, create our own custom validators and even custom form controls!
    • native mobile apps, Angular, Angular CLI, important Angular features, Angular development
  • SurveyJS is out of Beta – Hacker Noon
    • SurveyJS – an open-source JavaScript Survey library with versions for Angular 2+, React, Vue, Knockout and jQuery – is out of Beta. We first released a public version on September 25, 2015 – over two…
    • SurveyJS, dynamic panel, live sample, custom functions, survey
  • angular-screencapture – This project was generated with [Angular CLI](https://github.com/angular/angular-cli) version 1.4.9.
    • This project was generated with [Angular CLI](https://github.com/angular/angular-cli) version 1.4.9.
    • Angular CLI version, Angular CLI README, end-to-end tests, source files, production build
  • AngularJS In-Depth
    • “AngularJS In Action” author Lukas Ruebbelke dives into AngularJS.
    • author Lukas Ruebbelke, dependency injection, two-way binding, testable code, intuitive framework
  • How To Properly Structure Your React Applications – JetRuby
    • The design of every web application should be driven by its navigation and URL structure. The URL map should be strictly defined beforehand and, alongside the sitemap; should: Besides correctly…
    • URL structure, following URL structure, routes configuration, Scene component, component level
  • GitLab Build and Deploy to a Server via SSH – codeburst
    • Is to create a build and deployment process, where you tag to release to production, push to master to release to staging server via ssh scp. SIMPLE 😉 Lets assume you have Gitlab repo created, so we…
    • gitlab repo dashboard, ssh scp, new repo, scp command, deployment process
  • JSConf.Asia – 25-27 Jan 2018, Singapore
    • Southeast Asia’s largest web developer conference. Spread the word. Follow us on Twitter @jsconfasia
    • open source, web, javascript, open source projects, Mobile Accessibility Initiative

Score: 290000
URL: http://angular-up.com/
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 22 14:01:55 +0000 2018
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Author: Angularjs Community

  • The improvements in size, features and price of hardware has ushered new opportunities in creating small, smart devices (aka internet-of-things) which can be integrated in homes and industries.
  • In these places, the devices can help automate common tasks, as well as give information about the state of things, such as temperature of a machine, air quality etc.
  • Installing an app for one such devices might seem fine at first, but it doesn’t scale nicely to 100s of devices, or devices you seldom interact with, like in an industrial setting.
  • The web has always been known for its low fraction and easy on-boarding.
  • No need to install any software, just type in a URL and off you go.

Tags: Angular, Angular app, new Angular app, angular apps, native mobile app

Score: 30000
URL: https://www.sitepoint.com/mean-stack-angular-2-angular-cli/
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 22 22:30:05 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-22T18:20:13+00:00
Author: Passion. Amateur

  • The components of the MEAN stack include the MongoDB database, Express.js (a web framework), Angular (a front-end framework), and the Node.js runtime environment.
  • Although using a model and controller architecture to build something trivial like our bucket list application might seem essentially unnecessary, this will be helpful in building apps that are easier to maintain and refactor.
  • For this project we’ll need the following modules: – express: Express module for the web server – mongoose: A popular library for MongoDB – bodyparser: Parses the body of the incoming requests and makes it available under req.body – cors: CORS middleware enables cross-origin access control to our web server….
  • { – “name”: “awesome-bucketlist”, – “version”: “1.0.0”, – “description”: “A simple bucketlist app using MEAN stack”, – “main”: “app.js”, – “scripts”: { – “start”: “node app” – }, – – //The ~ is used to match the most recent minor version (without any breaking changes) – – “dependencies”: { -…
  • const bucketlist = all HTTP requests to /bucketlist to bucketlist the final version of our app.js file.

Tags: bucket list, bucket list application, mean stack, Angular, Angular – Angular

Score: 27050
URL: https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-guide-to-angular-2/?LSNPUBID=LTDmoZU%2AIG0&siteID=LTDmoZU.IG0-mI1p32vyTo4QcFxKqjgLww
Tweeted At: Tue Aug 01 23:25:25 +0000 2017
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Author: Log In

  • As a person new to both JavaScript and Angular 2 I found this course extremely helpful because Max does a great job of explaining all the important concepts behind the code.
  • This Course uses TypeScript – – TypeScript is the main language used by the official Angular team and the language you’ll mostly see in Angular tutorials.
  • The powerful features and capabilities of Angular allow you to create complex, customizable, modern, responsive and user friendly web applications.
  • Due to the drastic differences between Angular 1 and Angular (=Angular 4) you don’t need to know anything about Angular.js to be able to benefit from this course and build your futures projects with Angular.
  • Get a very deep understanding of how to create Angular applications – – This course will teach you all the fundamentals about modules, directives, components, databinding, routing, HTTP access and much more!

Tags: Angular, popular Angular course, Angular applications, Angular App, official Angular team

Score: 22000
URL: https://medium.com/netscape/the-better-way-to-write-api-service-in-angular-4-c9178ecf7f48
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 22 22:08:26 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-10-28T15:01:35.981000+00:00
Author: Saurabh Palatkar

  • The better way to write an API service in Angular 4It’s more than a year now since I’ve been coding Angular 2.
  • Angular is a full UI framework which promotes many best practices and coupled with Typescript makes it the perfect choice for the large-scale and easily scalable applications.During my continuous learning process, I created an organized and well-structured Angular API service which I refactored with each iteration.
  • You can download complete code here.The Custom HTTP provider:First, create a custom HTTP service ( http.service.ts) extending Angular’s inbuilt http service so that I can control all the http calls going through the application at one place and can do some pre and post processing at one go.Ok, in above…
  • This injector is the part of my AppModule and you can include it in AppModule like this:Base serviceNext, we will create base.service.ts which will have different methods corresponding to different http verb methods:As you can see, instead of using Angular’s inbuilt Http service I am using my custom HttpService which…
  • My server API always sends a response in the specific format (ServerResponse interface), which makes it easy for me to process and parse errors in case of any server errors.Server Response InterfaceError Handler ServiceLogin API CallFinally, this is how we can consume our API service to make a login API call.

Tags: well-structured Angular API, http service, API server errors, API service, custom HTTP service

Score: 21500
URL: https://www.alexkras.com/its-not-ok-to-still-use-angular-1-in-2018/
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 22 17:44:34 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-19T10:23:00+00:00
Author: Alex Kras

  • I wrote a post 8 months ago titled It’s OK to Still Use Angular 1 in 2017.
  • There are still a lot of companies using Angular 1 in legacy products and it is OK.
  • In my earlier post I argued that Angular 1 has a mature ecosystem.
  • While React has a few up and coming competitors these days, Angular 1 is definitely not one of them.
  • Perhaps a fork by another large company that wants to invest in Angular 1?

Tags: Angular, market penetration React, good shape, old tech, slow response time

Score: 7000
URL: https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1226642/NET-Core-Angular-and-MySQL-Part
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 23 10:14:09 +0000 2018
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Author: Code Maze

  • NET Core has its own implementation of logging messages, but in all my projects, I prefer to create my own custom logger service.
  • If you want to see all the basic instructions and complete navigation for this series, please follow the following link: – – For the previous part check out: – – Source code to download is available at this link: – – This post is divided into several sections: – – Let’s…
  • Our logger service will contain four methods of logging: – – Consequently, you will create an interface ILoggerManager inside Contracts project containing those four method definitions.
  • Add the following code to the ILoggerManager interface: – – Before you implement this interface inside LoggerService project, you need to install NLog library in our LoggerService project.
  • There are three ways to do that: – – So, in ServiceExtensions class add the following method: – – Lastly, in ConfigureServices method invoke this extension method, right above services.AddMvc() with this code: – – Every time you want to use logger service, all you need to do is to…

Tags: logger service, main project, custom logger service, LoggerService project, IOC container

Score: 5700
URL: http://ng-atl.org/workshops/taming-forms-in-angular
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 22 09:41:08 +0000 2018
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  • Yet with the right toolset we too can create magic.
  • Then we build for production – Webpack to the rescue.
  • Mission accomplished, application is now up in the cloud!
  • We’ll then learn how to create an API for our application in a serverless way and build a CICD pipeline in Azure.
  • Finally, with the right tools for monitoring and alerting we’ll stay on top of our application’s health and performance.

Tags: native mobile apps, Angular, Angular CLI, important Angular features, Angular development

Score: 4140
URL: https://hackernoon.com/surveyjs-an-open-source-javascript-survey-library-with-versions-for-angular-2-react-vue-2086d988b974?gi=9a15a1b428
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 22 11:32:16 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-17T07:23:52.892000+00:00
Author: SurveyJS News

  • By April 2017, when we published “Meet SurveyJS”, the library was already feature-competitive and stable, we only needed a bit more feedback from the field before we could call it a version 1.0 release.Between April and now, we kept learning from our user’s surveys, forms, and quizzes striving to improve…
  • We will, however, mention a couple more useful functions later in this article, in the section on Expressions and Totals.Dynamic Panel: Dealing with List DataLists must be the worst type of data for surveys, yet examples are numerous: children list, countries visited in the last five years, most recent addresses, jobs…
  • Notice the following repeated code lines:// Two dynamic panels on different pages// connected to the same list source”pages”: [{ “name”: “page1” … “elements”: [{ … “type”: “paneldynamic”, “valueName”: “employers” … }] }, { “name”: “page2” … “elements”: [{ … “type”: “paneldynamic”, “valueName”: “employers” … }]}]Another interesting part is that on…
  • This is controlled by the dynamic panel’s renderMode property that can be set to:“list” (default value, used on the first page)“progressTop” (explicitly assigned on the second page)“progressBottom”, “progressTopBottom” (try them in JSFiddle)…”renderMode”: “progressTop”…Expressions, Summaries, and TotalsDynamic Panels were a hit and the interest snowballed into more user requests.
  • Quizzes usually need to display the time remaining on a page and/or in the survey and need to automatically skip forward when the time is up.The notion of a correct answer to a question and the ability to obtain answer statistics.You can review a simple quiz example that takes advantage…

Tags: SurveyJS, dynamic panel, live sample, custom functions, survey

Score: 4000
URL: https://dailyjspackages.com/pkg/angular-screencapture
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 23 10:44:40 +0000 2018
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  • This project was generated with Angular CLI version 1.4.9.
  • Run for a dev server.
  • Run to generate a new component.
  • Run to build the project.
  • Run to execute the unit tests via Karma.

Tags: Angular CLI version, Angular CLI README, end-to-end tests, source files, production build

Score: 2100
URL: https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/angularjs-in-depth
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 23 10:19:26 +0000 2018
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  • “AngularJS In Action” author Lukas Ruebbelke dives into AngularJS, an intuitive framework that makes it easy to organize code by incorporates concepts like two-way binding, dependency injection and views which results in very testable code.
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Tags: author Lukas Ruebbelke, dependency injection, two-way binding, testable code, intuitive framework

Score: 1300
URL: https://expertise.jetruby.com/how-to-properly-structure-your-react-applications-5609ad3f2ee6?gi=10162248bc06
Tweeted At: Mon Jan 22 15:51:49 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-12-15T14:30:31.774000+00:00
Author: JetRuby Agency

  • The URL map should be strictly defined beforehand and, alongside the sitemap; should:provide clear understanding of the application structure by everyone on the team and not only by developers (as usually happens, because only they have access to the codebase where URLs are defined), i.e. stakeholders, developers, designers and QAs;prevent…
  • After we’d completed a dozen or so React applications we came to the Ryan Florence’s approach, but with a few modifications.Categories of URLsLet’s start with terminology defining different categories of URLs:Empty namespace /Namespaced, e.g /adminCollection URL, e.g. /admin/posts, /commentsResource URL, e.g. /admin/post, /profile, /admin/dashboardAction URL, e.g. /admin/posts/new, /users/login, /posts/123/edit, which could…
  • js would look:And then in your routes you can write:As you can see, even if you don’t specify a FQN (Fully Qualified Name) it’s possible to still not lose the semantics.If it’s a folder that corresponds to a non-namespaced component export it without an asterisk.Scene component and routingEvery folder that corresponds…
  • Here’s how the routes declaration will look using ReactRouter v3:The example of Scene.js for /dashboard/activity URL:The idea of the Scene component lies not only in providing a unified approach to structuring an application, but also in a more granular configuration.For example, a common requirement is that URLs nested under the…
  • For RRv4 there is no need to define routes at this stage as routes are simple components reacting to current URL and you can gradually add them as you develop an application.Identify how many layouts and to which URLs should they correspond.Develop layouts using and At this phase, you’re not…

Tags: URL structure, following URL structure, routes configuration, Scene component, component level

Score: 550
URL: https://codeburst.io/gitlab-build-and-push-to-a-server-via-ssh-6d27ca1bf7b4?gi=c86382a166f1
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 23 07:22:45 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-22T08:55:01.435000+00:00
Author: Theophilus Omoregbee

  • GitLab Build and Deploy to a Server via SSHGoalIs to create a build and deployment process, where you tag to release to production, push to master to release to staging server via ssh scp.
  • SIMPLE 😉We are going to be usingGitlab CI/CDAngular Cli to build our sample project (with unit and e2e testing)SSH SCP to move our files to serverSSHPASS to help escape ssh password promptLets get our sample angular app rollingnpm install -g @angular/cling new gitlabAppcd gitlabAppng serveyou should see our app on http://localhost:4200You…
  • Read more about gitlab ci/cd for more configurations here.NB: don’t forget to add the new repo as a remote origin, so you can push to the repoDeploying to SSH ServerWe are going to be using sshpass to perform our secured copy (scp) since we can’t perform ssh directly on CI since…
  • Then run our scp command like soexport SSHPASS=$USER_PASS- sshpass -e scp -o stricthostkeychecking=no -r directory-to-copy set our $USER_PASS variable, we open our gitlab repo dashboard and navigate to Settings CI/CD Secret variablesSet Secret ENV variablesOur final .
  • yml should look like thisGitlab Final Script for Deploying Your App over SSHCommit and push, then check your build job on gitlab ✌️Tip: Oh if you are having error on permission denied while copying files to ssh server via scp you can check hereYolla done.Thanks to Jonas Felix for the…

Tags: gitlab repo dashboard, ssh scp, new repo, scp command, deployment process

Score: 550
URL: https://2018.jsconf.asia/
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 23 08:55:48 +0000 2018
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  • Tony is a digital product development leader at DBS Bank in Singapore, with experience in delivering large and complex web and mobile products and infrastructure in the e-commerce, financial services and payments industry.
  • Serverless computing is a powerful way for JavaScript developers to create backend services that can power a variety of experiences from the browser to IoT devices.
  • Using Adobe I/O Runtime, you’ll see how to deploy code as serverless functions, how event-driven architecture can be a powerful compliment for serverless, how to build more complex applications by combining multiple functions, and how to expose your functions as APIs so they can be used across multiple experiences.
  • In this talk, I will share my experience and decisions creating micro frontend applications, how to manage quality, deployment and more that makes your team deliver more valuable features giving you the power to migrate, improve, evolve and experiment in your product.
  • Let Giang & Dickson, pioneers of the Web Accessibility (A11Y) movement in Singapore, walk you through the daily challenges they face, what it means to them, and how their experiences interfacing with websites purely through audio can help you identify new experiences for your sighted users through case examples.

Tags: open source, web, javascript, open source projects, Mobile Accessibility Initiative

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