Some people seem to be confused why Angular 2 seems to favor the Observable abstraction over the Promise abstraction when it comes to dealing with async behavior. Technically there are a couple of obvious differences like the disposability and lazyness of Observables. In this article we like to focus on some practical advantages that Observables introduce for server communication.
Nick Moreton reveals how to use AngularJS values directly in your HTML to build data visualisations.
In this blog post, author Victor Savkin, will talk about the three core concepts of Angular 2: components, dependency injection, and bindings.
The AngularJS’ module ngMockE2E allows to fake HTTP backend implementation for unit testing and to respond with static or dynamic responses via the when API and its shortcuts ( whenGET, whenPOST, etc). In this post, we will learn how to respond to any HTTP call by mocking the responses. We will also see how the network load can be simulated.