Angular 2 framework (currently in Alpha 45) offers a simple way to implement client-side navigation for Single-Page Applications (SPA). The new component router allows you to configure routes, map them to the corresponding components, and arrange user’s navigation in a declarative way. In this blog post Yakov Fain will show you a basic working example where the routing is configured in the root component of the application.
Back in March 2014, the Angular team dropped a bomb by announcing Angular 2 and everyone started yelling. Instead of an evolutionary step forward, the proposal was too revolutionary for its time. In this article Stefan Dobrev will give reasons why he believes Angular 2 will be a success.
A couple weeks ago we posted Part 1 to THELEANCODER's guide to Angular, the easy way. In the first part, he discussed about some of the core features of AngularJS like two way data binding, modules and controllers. In this part, he’ll discuss more advanced concepts like scopes, directives, routing etc.