One of the things that Ben truly loves about the Angular Router is that it enables us, as application developers, to move more and more application state into the URL. This allows us to make more of the application interface directly addressable via the URL; which, ultimately, makes each Angular application more usable and shareable across the team.
Recently one member of the Ionic Academy asked for help regarding a tough situation: How to display dynamic components based on a JSON object structure you might get from an API?
Nowadays, the usage of Angular Material design in an Angular application is very common. Angular Material gives you nice inbuilt design features to design your Angular components seamlessly. In this blog, we will learn how to write a custom angular-material-theme for an Angular application.