This talk was given at Chariot Solutions’ 2018 event, Single Page Application Day. View Presentation View the code from Single Page Application Day on GitHub Abstract Angular is the most popular “Batteries Included” front-end platform. In this session, we’ll explore the major features of Angular, and why it may be the best choice for your … Read More
A lot of people are still using AngularJS. It’s hard to port your entire application to a new platform and even language. This week we had a student who asked a very good question: how do you unit test forms in AngularJS? Well, this article got me started. I wanted to put it in context … Read More
First Contact We were building a small proof of concept for a mobile app, when one of the stakeholders requested that we evaluate Firebase for it. It was my first exposure to Firebase, which looks like it was a cloud database that grew to include authentication, notifications, and other features. On the face of it, … Read More
Ari Lerner is an author, teacher, and developer who founded fullstack.io 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
Ionic, built on top of AngularJS, has dramatically changed the way developers build mobile apps. It’s open source, easy to use, beautiful, and ready to perform. In this talk, learn more about Ionic and its components, build a sample app, and explore the suite of tools and services Ionic provides for hybrid mobile app development.
What’s new in AngularJS’ 1.4.0 release? Chariot training director Ken Rimple explores the latest and greatest in AngularJS.
This article is very old, and as such do not rely on it for information about the Angular 2.0 router API. As of this time, the new router has a few naming conventions to be aware of. Modifying the components directory I didn’t want to place my components in the root directory of my web … Read More
In this post, we’ll look at how the new AngularJS router is configured, and how you can use it to route to a view area on a page. We’ll follow up with more sophisticated examples later, but for now, this is a simple ‘getting started’ post. I’ve taken a copy of a release candidate of Angular 1.4.0, the Router as of the week of 3/15/2015, and the latest version of Angular Material Design – a nice and simple UI layout API that is a nice alternative to Twitter Bootstrap. I used it for a simple image gallery display program.
An overview of the sessions at ng-conf 2015, where Angular 1.x and 2.0 are going, and information about APIs such as the new router and animation libraries.
We start our coverage of ng-conf 2015 with day 2's keynote by Misko Hevery, because that's what everyone had been waiting for since the debut of 2.x at his keynote back at ng-conf Europe. This time, Misko laid out the rationale for the platform rewrite quite clearly, explaining that it was driven by developer productivity needs and performance.