With Angular 2.0 fast approaching and the world of frontend frameworks in a massive transition, there’s been a lot of concern about the impending costs of moving to the next generation of Angular. Do developers have to learn yet another new framework? Keep reading to see the Ionic team's take on Angular.
While it's common to develop AngularJS applications against live backend services, it's also possible to use mocked services running alongside the front-end codebase, within the browser. Using mock services has a number of potential advantages, which we will learn about in this article.
The AngularJS API provides a function named extend that can help improve your code quality and efficiency. In this article we will learn more about the extend function.
Forms are part of almost every web application out there. Angular strives for making working with forms a breeze. While there are a couple of built-in validators provided by the framework, we often need to add some custom validation capabilities to our application’s form, in order to fulfill our needs. We can easily extend the browser vocabulary with additional custom validators and in this article we are going to explore how to do that.