AngularJS vs Knockout.js vs Vue.js vs Backbone.js: Which Framework Suits Your Project Best?

  • Besides, each of the reviewed frameworks can be used as a front-end element in full stack JavaScript development services, an approach that allows you to build applications from A to Z using just one technology stack.
  • Chris Bitting, Marketing Technology Manager & Developer at Cozen O’Connor, had this to say on using the framework: “I’ve come to rely on AngularJS to be fast and easy to implement and easy to manage moving forward.
  • With such features as data binding and dependency injection that make building dynamic pages easier, the main purpose of the framework is certainly Single-Page Applications.

  • Vue.js is one of the most flexible frameworks that can be both integrated with other libraries and used for large, existing projects.
  • When building a Backbone.js application, you will certainly need a lot of libraries and add-ons, and while many enjoy extensibility, novices may find working with the framework exhausting.

Last year, IBM named JavaScript one of the best programming languages to learn in 2017. Indeed, used by 90.5 percent of developers for both front- and back-end,
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Learn Startup

Angular - Styling & Animations (for Angular 2 and Angular 4) #AngularJS
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  • Adding fitting styles and animations to a web page tremendously improves the user experience!
  • It’s more than a little bonus – animations and styles help the user understand the flow of your page, pass on feedback to the user and overall improve the usability of your page.
  • This course teaches you which tools Angular gives you to dynamically style and animate your web page.
  • This is not a CSS basics course – this course will really dive into the rich toolset Angular ships with, allowing you to build a reactive, user-friendly web application.
  • Just think about your favorite web apps: How many of these look ugly, seem to be styled randomly (and statically) and use no animations?

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web workers in angular

Web Workers In #AngularJS  #javascript #AppDev #webdev #devops

  • import {Component} from ‘@angular/core’; const FACTORIAL_CHANNEL = “FACTORIAL”; import {NgModule} from ‘@angular/core’; import {WorkerAppModule} from ‘@angular/platform-webworker’; import {platformWorkerAppDynamic} from import {ServiceMessageBrokerFactory, PRIMITIVE} from ‘@angular/platform-webworker’; @Component({ selector: ‘app’, template:’
    Web worker loaded

    ‘ }) class Worker { time: string; constructor(private _serviceBrokerFactory: ServiceMessageBrokerFactory){ var broker = false); [PRIMITIVE], this.calculate, PRIMITIVE); } private calculate(val: string) { if(val) { let result = factorial(parseInt(val)); return Promise.resolve(result); } return Promise.resolve(”); } } @NgModule({imports: [WorkerAppModule], bootstrap: [Worker], declarations: [Worker]}) class WorkerModule { } function factorial(num) { if (num === 0) { return 1; } else { return (num * factorial(num – 1)); } }

    There is also a ServiceMessageBrokerFactory at play here to facilitate web worker communication.

  • Web worker communication is message based, so whenever we receive a message over the correct channel, the calculate method will be called.
  • then((ref: any) => { let brokerFactory: ClientMessageBrokerFactory = var broker = false); (e) => { var val = (

    In main.ts I kick of the loading of the web worker, but I also define a channel for communication between the host application and the web worker.

  • Once the worker application is bootstrapped I create a message broker to create a two way channel between the host and the web worker.
  • The setup in the post bootstrap method matches the message broker definitions in the web worker component.

One really cool thing about Angular is that the framework is decoupled from the DOM via a higher level API. In the following post I will show how to take advantage of this by running an Angular application in a web worker.
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Angular 2 Transclusion with ng-content in one go

  • Transclusion was one of the coolest feature of Angular 1.
  • Angular 2 made this (way) more simple and also changed its name to Projection.
  • Here is the most basic Projection example:

    We pass some content to a Projector Component and it will display it into the corresponding slot.

  • Here is the Projector Component:

    Yes!

  • There is basically nothing there, only the templateUrl where the work is done:

    The ng-content Component will use the content placed between the tags, just like this:

    If we want to be more precise we can project by:

    Here is how we pass the content:

    The select attribute allows us to pick the content that we want to use for the slot, just like this:

    As you can see even though we ordered differently in the first template, the order is dictated by the ng-content tags placement, so be careful there and enjoy your Projections!

Learn how to re-use the same Angular 2 Component to project different contents with ng-content.
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So Many Angulars these days

So many Angulars now..
#Angularjs #Angular2 #Angular4

  • ■ AngularJS has a mechanism for creating custom HTML tags and attributes using the concept of directives, which allow you to extend the set of HTML tags according to your application’s needs.
  • You can add an ng-app attribute to any tag, and only the content of thiswill be controlled by AngularJS.
  • ■ AngularJS allows you to bind data to views easily.
  • Creating Controllers, dom manipulating, 2 way data binding like a champ.
  • Creating Controllers, dom manipulating, 2 way data binding like a champ.

Ok, this post is  me trying to clear up some confusion. Let me break this down as I understand it. AngularJs does the following. ■ AngularJS has a mechanism for creating custom HTML tags and attributes using the concept of directives, which allow you to extend the set of HTML tags according to your application’s…
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Laravel Quick Start

  • Each framework should have its quick start app, Let this application be your quick start to Laravel, It’ll help you to build your app structure and show you each component of Laravel and how to best practice them.
  • Start Laravel is a simple start app to learn how to develop with Laravel, You’ll learn these components: [Migration, Seeding, Routing, Controllers, Models, Validation, Requests, Views, Events, Notifications, Listeners, Auth, Commands, …etc]

    You can find here modules for users, sections, articles, comments.

One of the bestselling Laravel books! Learning Laravel 5 shows you a fastest way to learn developing web applications using Laravel 5 PHP framework
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What’s New In Angular 4.0

  • In Angular 4.0, some under the hood changes, some improvements, and performance improvements have been done.
  • In Angular 4.0, some under the hood changes, some improvements, and performance improvements have been done.
  • ngIf, 

    In Angular 2.0, if we wanted to use ngIf with multiple conditions or specifically with else, we write, as shown below.

  • In Angular 2.0

    Output

    In Angular 4.0 

    NgIf syntax has been extended to support the else clause to display the template when the condition is false.

  • Example OutputIn Angular 4.0NgIf syntax has been extended to support the else clause to display the template when the condition is false.

In this article, I am explaining what is new in Angular 4.0.
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