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Angular and Http

Being able to make http requests is a very important part of a single page application. In this post I will show a quick demo of how to make requests using the Angular http module.

Using jQuery with Angular

In the following post I will describe how to integrate jQuery code with Angular.

Recursive TreeView in Angular

In this post I will demonstrate how to create a simple treeview using Angular and TypeScript.

Input controls in Angular

Capturing user input is an important part of web development, so in the following post I will demonstrate how to use common input controls like textbox, checkbox and radio button in Angular.

Loading Components Dynamically in Angular

In the following article I will show how to use ComponentFactoryResolver in Angular to insert components dynamically into the DOM

Routing in Angular

In this post I will give an introduction to the new Angular router.

Writing Jasmine unit tests in ES6

Previously I showed how to write application code using ES6, but wouldn't it be nice to use ES6 when writing unit tests as well? In the following post I will demonstrate how to write Jasmine tests using ES6 syntax.

Angular input values and binding

In this post I am continuing my series of Angular articles by showing how to set up two way binding between input elements and model.

Timeouts in Angular

Most Angular developers are probably already familiar with the $timeout service. This service serves an important role in Angular 1.x, so today I decided to go digging for its counterpart in the new Angular world.

Angular Grid

I am continuing to experiments with Angular. In this article I will demonstrate how to create a grid component using Angular.

Angular promises – then vs success

The Angular team has just announced that the convenience wrappers success and error for promise handling have been deprecated. This is not surprising as the success/error API is not only non standard, but might also lead to unexpected results. In this post I will highlight some of the potential pitfalls from using success.

Comprehensive guide to Unit Testing in AngularJS

Angular allows you to build amazing user interfaces, but as complexity increases, unit testing becomes a very important part of your project. In this article I will provide a comprehensive guide for how to successfully write unit tests in AngularJS. The examples are created using Jasmine, but the concepts are not directly tied to a specific testing framework.

Socket.io with RxJs in Angular

In this article we will discuss how to combine socket.io with RxJs Observables in Angular.

Dynamic Form in Angular

In this article I will show how to use dynamic forms in Angular.

Hiding and showing elements in React

In the following post I will demonstrate how to conditionally render content in a React component.

Is Angular 2.0 worth it

I have over the past months spent quite a bit of time working with Angular 2.0 by writing sample components and going through the Angular 2.0 source code. At this point I have decided to write down some of my thoughts around my experiences with Angular 2.0. Keep in mind, these are just my own personal experiences, so I am very interested in hearing from other developers who might have totally different views on this.

Server Side Rendering in Angular

I this post I will show how to use Angular Universal to generate Angular applications on the server.

Dependency Injection in Angular

In this article I will cover some of the details of Angular dependency injection and highlight some of the changes from Angular 1.x.

Angular 2.0 vs Aurelia

Lately I have spent quite a bit of time working in both Angular 2.0 and Aurelia, so I figured I'd share some of my experiences here.

Integrating React with Angular

I am continuing my Angular article series and today I want to show you how to integrate non Angular code in Angular. Specifically I will be integrating an existing React/Flux component with an Angular host component.