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In Part I of this guide, I discussed designing the architecture for our fictitious app The Snap Gram. Next, we will take a deeper look at implementing routes in an Angular application. I consider this Angular's strong suit — creating single page applications. If you want to follow along with the examples, you can download the boilerplate code from Angular's Quickstart project. We will create an app with a few pages to demonstrate how routi [...]

Imagine we are building the next big social app that lets users share content with other users. We will call our app The Snap Gram. This app will put all other apps out of business, so it is very important that we build it well. A flawed design can mean the difference in failure or success for our venture. All it takes is some big company to steal our idea and make it their own. In order to win the tech race, we have to be able to build and ship [...]

If you are like me and have a background of using AngularJS, making the move to Angular may have come with some resistance. What I find to be the biggest difference of the two, and my biggest impedance, is Angular’s use of TypeScript. They have married themselves to TypeScript so strongly I do not even know where Angular ends and TypeScript begins. Another source of my contention is handling the responsibility compiling and module loading that c [...]

Transcript Hey everyone Nic Raboy here we're going to take a look at validating forms within an angular web application so as you can see I do have my terminal up I also have the angular CLI installed and while you don't need the angular CLI installed to be successful with this project it will make things a lot easier so what we're going to do is we're going to create a new angular project I'm going to say ng new validate project and hit enter [...]

Abstract The angular JS framework has become ubiquitous in the front end world. And with good reason. It allows you to abstract concepts such as rendering, it helps you manage dependencies and modules (which, granted, has become almost a drawback in this post ES6 world), and makes it easy to build all but the most involved of components. But frequently, as an application grows in size and complexity, we begin running into problems. They come in m [...]

When working with AngularJS, $scope will have a pivotal role in your work and when starting out, you might run into road bumps unless you have a rough idea of how to work with it. I’ll aim to explain a couple issues about $scope and ngInclude that I’ve run into. Below you’ll learn how to avoid targeting $parent or $childscopes when using ng-include, and how to debug your code when realizing that $watchers aren’t operating on the correct model or [...]

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