When the 4th-generation Apple TV and tvOS were released, anyone could write apps for the TV, not just Apple partners. I decided to write an app to make ETE presentations and other Chariot content available though an app. (Now I can catch up on presentations while relaxing on the couch.) In this post I’ll take a quick look at some of the architecture choices made when building our first tvOS app.
Learn how to deal with data as a stream of WebSocket data in Angular 2 – published for RC1 using Node, Express, Angular 2 and RxJs.
This fourth post discusses how to wire up your web server, in our case Express, to serve your files. We’ll configure it with Live Reload via the tiny-lr plugin. We’ll also test a small Angular2 project to make sure our project has what it takes to get an Angular2 app into the wild.