In our first installment, we discussed how the Serverless Framework provided an easy way to deploy a Lambda (function) on AWS. But we skipped some pretty big topics: How Serverless manages our services How AWS Lambdas receive parameters, path variables, and query strings How to secure Lambdas from unauthorized use How to get something done … Read More
In this article we’ll take a look at a cloud-based application platform, Serverless, and what it takes to get a simple function hosted on Amazon Web Services (aws), including configuring security with Amazon Cognito, and a front-end client with Angular. There are a lot of little things going on here, so I’ve drawn out a … Read More
Now that Angular 2 is final, I thought I’d take another look at Ionic 2. With an Ionic 2 Release Candidate also available, hopefully everything will be a bit more stable from here on forward… (Hopefully.) In any case, here are some of the differences I’ve found in Ionic 2 compared to Ionic 1: The … Read More
Note – This article is an updated version of the rc1 version, and as such it now covers Angular 2.0.1 and above, the official release of 2.0. The main difference here is the way the framework is started, using the TestBed API. Testing Components In my last post, I discussed how to write tests in … Read More
Note – I’ve updated this article and created a new github project using angular-cli to test it. Run all tests with ng test after following instructions at https://github.com/krimple/angular2-unittest-samples-rc Testing Components In my last post, I discussed how to write tests in Angular 2 based on the new angular-testing API. We learned how to stand up … Read More
Now that sonambulent-inauguration, properly known as Angular 2.0.0-beta.0, has dropped, let’s see what the public API is shaping up to be. We’ll review how to create a component from the application bootstrap, using the Http API to fetch a JSON object from HTTP, and see how the template API has changed now that we have to use camelCased property names.
Review of major changes coming to Angular with the Angular2 release, which is a bottom-up re-write and has significant differences from and advantages over Angular 1.
This is the third in a four-part series that reviews a TypeScript-based Angular2 project. In this post we discuss how to configure and use TypeScript using a tsconfig.json file, and via both the command line and a Gulp plugin.
The overview of a four-part series that shows how one TypeScript-based build of an Angular2 application works. We’ll use this as a basis for additional blog articles on Angular2.
Learn about how to write code in ES6 or TypeScript using tools such as babel, babel-node, typescript’s tsc compiler and more.