Have you ever had troubles to synchronize your data values and its changes between multiple Angular components? Or have you ever tried using popular solutions like Redux, NgRx and felt confused and overwhelmed? If so, then you might find this article on state management in Angular useful.
Angular CLI projects come with a testing framework and automatically generated test files, however, it is still quite a lot of work to set up those tests for services or components which requires multiple dependencies. In this article, I am going to show you a trick on how to take advantage of already existing module configuration and avoid setting up your (test)bed all the time!
Have you ever wondered how to bind an enum value or a constant in a template of an Angular component? Don't repeat yourself there and take advantage of pipes!
Dependency Injection is a really nice feature of Angular, however, if you are used to code in C# or Java, you might be familiar with Dependency Inversion Principle, which helps to keep things a bit less coupled and a bit more organized.
It is a while since Github actions were introduced, however, I got my hands on it just now. To be honest, I am really surprised how easy it was for me, a developer without any deeper knowledge of CI, to run tests for Angular CLI project, so let's take a look.
Are you struggling with creating or maintaining code for many customized CSS layouts? Let's take a quick look at the upcoming CSS Flex layout controls for DotVVM, and learn how it can help you.
Recently, I found a pretty great service, that allows you to create an HTTPS certificate for your website. In this article, I would like to show you a quick tip on how to create a one. Moreover, it's free!
When our API is up and running, we can start to generate one or more clients for different types of frameworks and programming languages.
In this article, I will show you how to create a simple C# Web API using ASP.NET and Entity Framework code-first approach.
This time, I would like to introduce you Dependency Injection (DI), which is a very common principle in programming.