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.
Today, I'm very excited to share a tutorial on how to control your lamp or any simple electronic appliance with either voice-control or cross-platform application created with Xamarin.Forms.
Did you know that Windows 10 SDK provides a simple and yet powerful library for basic video editing? If you are up to the great idea or just want to improve your existing application with such a feature, Windows.Media.Editing namespace is a great tool to do that easily!