In this tutorial, we will learn how to upload files in Angular 2+. Throughout this tutorial, Angular means Angular version greater than 2.x unless stated otherwise. The author of this tutorial will also help us create a server script that handles the file uploads.
The goal of this article is to describe the inner workings of an environment for WebVR components that’s based on A-Frame & Angular 2. As the design and maintenance of such components is a complex and repetitive task by itself it’d be of much help if we could somehow ‘offload’ the boilerplate like base structures, build-scripts, polyfills and other ‘usual suspects’ found in almost every web-oriented project. This question was the main reason why this project exists.
The master-detail design pattern is an incredibly popular way to build mobile apps, regardless of whether you’re building for native or for the web. Angular is well suited for implementing master-detail interfaces, as it has a number of the necessary features you need baked in, such as data binding, routing, services, and a whole lot more.