Akita is a simple and effective state management for Angular applications. Akita is built on top of RxJS and inspired by models like Flux and Redux.
This is a series on how to build a full-stack TypeScript web application using Angular and Nest.js. In the first part, we learned how to build a simple API with Nest.js. In part two, here, we are going to learn how to use Angular to develop the frontend of the application that communicates with Nest.js.
In this article, we’ll examine creating Angular Directives that interact with the Angular Forms controls. We’ll do that by creating an attribute directive which hooks into the underlying form control and changes the directive’s host element border.