In this article, we are shown how to develop apps with the Angular 2 MockBackend class, providing a way for front-end teams to become independent of the back end, and a useful interface that reduces the risk of structural changes.
Angular makes working with forms a blast, but it also promotes one unfortunate form behaviour that is not the most user friendly. Thankfully it is also really easy to fix. Let’s see what is the issue, shall we?
In Scotch's last guide, we covered how to install everything we need to get started with upgrading from AngularJS to Angular. We also covered the basics of rewriting and downgrading components. Now, let's learn how to work with services in an ngUpgrade project.