Component architecture is the fundamental building block of applications, and isn’t just limited to Angular. Building with components allows for things such as encapsulation, isolation and reusability for a single or set of components. When dealing with forms, using components has typically been a challenge. In this article Todd shares some patterns when creating reactive forms with Angular’s component based system that make dealing with forms a bit of a breeze.
When the author of this article first wrote about the differences between services and factories in Angular, the bottom line was that the difference is semantic and so you should just pick one and stick with it.
An often critical part of mobile application development is the requirement of being able to receive notifications from a remote source, often referred to as push notifications. Previously Nic explored how to use local notifications in a NativeScript application, but these are triggered based on a schedule within the application itself, rather than a remote party. Both Android and iOS devices can receive push notifications and there are many services that will help with this, one of the more popular being the Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) service.