Zones and change detection are an important part of Angular 2, and so it is important to our Ionic 2 application. I figured I understood what was happening at a surface level with change detection, but didn’t really “get it”. I decided to do a deep dive into some research to try and clarify my understanding, and this article is my attempt at summarising what I discovered by reading lots of articles by people smarter than me.
Many modern projects separate the backend from the frontend user interface. The bakend usually handles incoming requests and responses with some information in JSON or XML.
When you are working with an architecture like this, your API needs to be exposed in a secure way and here is where Auth0 will simplify your design.
In this post I’m going to explain how I have integrated a website made with AngularJS with an API using ExpressJS and secured with Auth0.
For eight months, I've been digging into the pre-release of Angular 2. And, for the last 6 weeks or so, I've been trying to wrap my head around Routing. For me, Routing was the last piece of the puzzle - the final hurdle before I felt like I could start building an actual Angular 2 application.