Basically, a service worker intercepts all outgoing http requests sent by your application on the browser. You can choose which request to respond to by using a set of rules (policies) to guide the service worker on how to handle different requests.
The Angular router is a marvel of software engineering. From handling application navigation to enforcing route guards and facilitating lazy loading of modules, Angular’s router is indispensable for most applications. However, for many developers, the internal workings of the router remain a mystery. This series aims to change that, by giving you, the developer, a deeper understanding of the router.
In this quick tutorial, we go over how to make column size customizable using the Angular 2 framework, the jQuery library, and a little HTML and CSS.