Not too long ago Nic Raboy wrote a tutorial titled, Use Social Media Sharing Prompts in a NativeScript Angular Application, which demonstrated how to share content from the device. The sharing included locations like Facebook, Twitter, and anything else the platform found appropriate. This included SMS text messages.
Imagine that you have a component with a nested structure. You’ve found a case where one of the children needs to run some functionality on one of its closest parents.
Angular has become a very popular web development language over the past few years and continues to remain one of industry leaders. Julia Silge, a data scientist at Stack Overflow, say Angular is the most searched topic in all web languages (shown in her own blog post) and reinforces that fact that Angular is here to stay.