One of the really cool things in Angular 5 is watch mode for the ngc (AoT) compiler. In this post, we will look at how this works.
In Jecelyn's previous post — Polymer 3.0 Preview — Building a mini card game, We use Polymer 3.0 Preview to create custom elements for our mini card game. Since Angular plays well with custom elements (as mention in https://custom-elements-everywhere.com/, 100% tests passed), let’s try to mix them together!
The Ionic Framework (https://ionicframework.com/) is an angular 4 based framework that is designed to build beautiful applications quickly and easily that can be targeted to native platforms as well as Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). In this blog post, we’ll walk through the steps to start our own Ionic PWA hosted on Azure App Services, which will then serve your application.