Angular News Thursday, July 12
- Vendor Surf Builds a Search Engine for Mortgage Vendors
- How Angular Resolves Dynamic Components
- How Angular uses NgZone/Zone.js for Dirty Checking
- Routing In Angular V4 And Above
- Angular production build failure with more than one lazy loading module · Issue #7798 · jhipster/generator-jhipster
- Clipchamp Create
- Vendor Surf exists out of the problem of not having a technology-driven online vendor marketplace for mortgage industry vendors to get discovered.
- Vendor Surf is an incredibly robust search engine using more than 3,000 unique search filters for sourcing.
- Vendor Surf’s mission is to revolutionize the sourcing of vendor partners, and they are currently doing so through their content-rich digital marketplace where vendors can list themselves and clients can search for vendors based on common industry parameters.
- Vendor Surf needed a content management platform that enables its marketers and editors to manage dynamic content while giving their developers the keys to build their Angular application using the best tools for the job, unrestricted by programming language or framework.
- Vendor Surf and its agency chose Cosmic JS.
- You can say simply: Angular provides a Router to make it easier to define routes for the web applications and to navigate from one view to another.
- The basic concepts behind routing are when a user needs to view any page based on specific URL, Angular provides a routing feature by which the view will be rendered of the specific component according to defined routing.
- For component creation, you can use either command ng g component
or by the application which I had already explained in my previous tutorial so we will create 2 component as Home and Contact with HTML file for the initial step of routing as, – – Step 2 -…
- router that we are using in our application with a component that describes the routes we want to use.
- As you can see now the Angular Routing is the main feature of Angular which we are using in almost all the applications for moving from one page to another page without loading the page.
Angular production build failure with more than one lazy loading module · Issue #7798 · jhipster/generator-jhipster
@juliendubois: Oh and I forgot the awesome work done by @WylMarq on a very complex Angular issue: https://t.co/vrLzWJuPjr ! Thanks William!
@stephenfluin: Awesome new #Angular app launched recently: @ClipChamp – Edit and produce videos in your browser: https://t.co/4huFgg4hgH
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