angular 2.0

Testing Angular 2.0.x Services and Http with Jasmine and Karma

So you’d like to test your HTTP services in Angular 2.0 but you don’t know how? Have some background in Angular 1’s ngMock library? Or just want to see how it’s done? Read this article and follow along with the provided GitHub repo to learn how. Chariot’s Ken Rimple, co-author of our Angular 2 and React training courses, shows you how.

TechCast #93 – Ari Lerner on Angular 2

Ari Lerner is an author, teacher, and developer who founded and develops the ng-book and ng-book 2 on Angular 1 & 2. Ken speaks to Ari about TypeScript, observables, and Angular 2, as well as the adoption curve of the new framework. Ari will be a speaker at Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise. His … Read More

DevNews #98 – The scoop: Selerity scoops Twitter earnings, prankster scoops Fiorina’s domain name

DevNews is nearing its 100th episode! We may or may not have something up our sleeves to celebrate our ripe old age… but until then, listen as Joel and I discuss: Oops, Carly Fiorina – someone registered your domain name before you did – criticism by domain name Angular 2.0 getting started guides now available … Read More

DevNews #95 – We talk about new AWS services, Angular JS 2.0 surfaces, and the Apple Car is a thing?

In this episode, we talk about Waitr and Protractor, two Jasmine WebDriver APIs, Angular 2.0 surfaces, we talk about Apple’s self-driving car, and discuss a bunch of new Amazon AWS features including Cloud Trail for Route53 and health checks. Stay to the end for our silly Apple Car jokes.

DevNews #91 – What we know about Angular 2.0 (so far)

If you’ve been working with Angular a lot recently, you may have received word about a set of potentially breaking changes in the next major version, 2.0. In this podcast, Ken Rimple, Don Coleman and Joel Confino discuss Angular 2.0, the reason for these changes, and some of the potential impact.