In this tutorial, we will learn about what is pipe, how to build a custom pipe, how to make the pipe available application wide.
So far, there are two things deprecated before reaching the final Angular 2 release — one is router and the other is form. There are a few ways building form in Angular 2. We’ll talk about the old way and the new and simplified way to build a template driven form in RC2.
This is a short post on AngularJS performance tweaks that will help you to write efficient AngularJS code. Be aware that this short list is – potentially - non-exhaustive and might be enhanced over time.
My previous lab1 series on AngularJS was the first article in a series where you saw what AngularJS is, and how we can set up our application to start developing web applications.
A long time ago we’ve written about routing in Angular 2 and you’ve probably noticed that this article is deprecated due to many changes and rewrites that happened in the router module of Angular 2. Just recently, the Angular team announced yet another version of the new router, in which they considered all the gathered feedback from the community to make it finally sophisticated enough, so it’ll fulfill our needs when we build applications with Angular 2.
In this tutorial we will be building and testing an employee directory for a fictional company. This directory will have a view to show all of our users along with another view to serve as a profile page for individual users. Within this part of the tutorial we'll focus on building the service and its tests that will be used for these two views.