With NativeScript 2.5 recently reaching developers’ hands, the open source mobile framework’s builders are readying version 3.0 for an April release.
When starting a new project, it can be tedious to have to create everything from scratch. This is where AngularJS seed templates, and AngularJS boilerplate templates come in handy.
In development work, a boilerplate consists of the sections of code that are included in many places with little or no alteration. These boilerplates come in useful when a programmer has to create many similar sections of code when starting a new project. These boilerplates are different from themes or templates as most do not place an emphasis on design – they provide function and act as a scaffold for a new project. Continue reading
As front end engineers, we live in exciting times. The big three of Front End Frameworks are all approaching or have had major new releases. Ember released 2.0 less than two months ago by making it a stealthily easy upgrade from its previous version. Just a couple weeks ago React released 0.14, a major step on its march to 1.0. AngularConnect, a conference in London later this week, will likely shine light on Angular 2’s timeline. Continue reading
Firebase is a powerful platform for building mobile and web applications. Use Firebase to store and sync data instantly, authenticate users, and easily deploy your web app. In this talk, you’ll learn how you can use Firebase to add a backend to your Angular app in minutes. Sara will demonstrate how to get started with Firebase and Angular 2. At the end she’ll risk it all by live coding and deploying an app with Firebase and Angular! Continue reading
Learn how to create a real world angular 2 app using Pipes, Directives, Components, DI, ES6 and much more! We’ll implement from Authentication to calling an API and everything in between
TL;DR: Get the sample Angular 2 app from this Github repository. Also, check out this talk I did where I explain and live-code this same example. Continue reading
What is AngularJS?
And Why Should I Use It?
If you haven’t tried AngularJS yet, you’re missing out. The framework consists of a tightly integrated toolset that will help you build well structured, rich client-side applications in a modular fashion—with less code and more flexibility.
AngularJS extends HTML by providing directives that add functionality to your markup and allow you to create powerful dynamic templates. You can also create your own directives, crafting reusable components that fill your needs and abstracting away all the DOM manipulation logic.