You may have come across the requirement to push data in real time to an Angular Grid. To push data to the browser, you need a technology called WebSocket. You can implement that using NodeJS or ASP.NET SignalR. For the purpose of this article, we will use Web Sockets with NodeJS.
In Part 1, we have gone through the basic concepts of Routing with a simple tutorial of setting up routes in an Angular Application. In this tutorial, we are going to cover setting up child routes and activated routes.
Most of the modern-day Angular web apps make Ajax requests to the servers. These requests involve multiple network components (such as routers, switches, etc) as well as servers’ state and everything has to go just right for them to succeed. However, sometimes it doesn’t.