Angular 4.2 brought us a huge array of new animation features. We’ll cover a lot of those new features in subsequent posts, but here we’ll focus on one very interesting new capability: animating the transition between routes.
In Rich's previous post (Deploying Angular 4 Apps with Environment-Specific Info), he used route resolvers to ensure that the settings were pulled into the app before the first component was shown. In this Angular 4 Tutorial, he hopes to show how we can get our settings (or do whatever else) during the Angular app initialization process by using the APP_INITIALIZER injection token.
In his previois article, Nikola explained how to use MongoDB in the .NET world. This is probably not the most natural habitat for MongoDB. So, he decided to display how we can use MongoDB in another, debatably, more fitting environment - The MEAN Stack.