Angular 1.5 has been finally released and it’s more powerful than ever before! Many new features have been added and tons of fixes landed in the latest bigger release. With this article we’re going to start a new series called, “Exploring Angular 1.5”, and the first topic we’re going to explore is the new feature of Lifecycle Hooks. Let’s get started right away!
One of the cool things that we “were/are/will be” using while coding our front applications with AngularJs is the option to use directives to create our own reusable components. Basically, the main idea of the component was (…and is …and will be) to have reusable elements that brings their own encapsulated functionality and also the ways to manipulate the data they need.
What is a style guide? Do AngularJS projects need a style guide, and why? Which are the most popular AngularJS style guides? How would you use a style guide in a team of developers? This article is going to answer all these questions.
As citizens of the digital world, we are constantly flooded with data. From website analytics to our fitness tracker, data is all around us. As a result, for the front-end designers it is becoming increasingly difficult to present data in a way that stands out from other data sources that are competing for a viewer’s attention. One of the best ways to get your message across is to use great charts and graphs. In this tutorial we will cover the step-by-step process of creating stunning charts using AngularJS.