Angular 2.0 Top 10 Articles for the Past Month – Mybridge for Professionals

  • Angular 2 Top 10 Articles for the Past MonthFor Jan-Feb 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,000 Angular articles to pick the Top 10 stories (1% chance) that can help advance your career.Topics included in this Angular list are: Progressive Web App, Managing State, Router, Async Data, Redux, TypeScript, Ngrx, Performance, VS Code Extensions.
  • The list for JavaScript, React and Node are posted separately.Mybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured by our machine and a variety of human factors including engagement and popularity.
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by Angular leaders useful.

For Jan-Feb 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,000 Angular articles to pick the Top 10 stories (1% chance) that can help advance your career.
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What’s new in AngularJS 2.0 in 3 minutes!

  • What’s new in AngularJS 2.0 in 3 minutes!
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    What’s new in AngularJS 2.0 in 3 minutes!

  • | Duncan Hunter

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http://tv.ssw.com/6482/whats-new-in-angularjs-2 With the release of Angular 2.0 comes a number of new features and changes, in this short video Duncan Hunter runs you through some of these changes.
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React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Feb 2017)

  • React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Feb 2017)For Jan-Feb 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,200 React.JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories (0.83% chance) that can help advance your career.This React.JS list includes topics such as: Performance, Redux, React Native, Angular to React, Ruby on Rails, Best Practices, Animation, Open source libraries projects.
  • The list for JavaScript, Angular and Node will be posted separately.Mybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured by our machine and a variety of human factors including engagement and popularity.
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by React leaders particularly useful.Our Best Practices for Writing React Components.

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Getting started with Angularjs and webapi

  • _service = service;
    }

    // GET: api/Product
    public IEnumerableProduct Get()
    {

    var products = _service.GetAllProducts();
    return products;
    }

     

    ShoppingService

    public class ShoppingService: IShoppingService
    {
    private readonly IRepositoryCategory _categoryRepository;
    private readonly IRepositoryProduct _productRepository;
    private readonly IRepositoryImage _imageRepository;
    public categoryRepository,
    IRepositoryProduct productRepository, IRepositoryImage imageRepository)
    {
    this.

  • _imageRepository = imageRepository;

    }

    public ListProduct GetAllProducts()
    {
    return _productRepository.GetAll();
    }

    public ListCategory GetAllCategories()
    {
    return _categoryRepository.GetAll();
    }

    ProductRepository

    public class ProductRepository : IRepositoryProduct
    {
    private readonly DataContext _dbContext;

    public ProductRepository(DataContext dbContext)
    {
    _dbContext = dbContext;
    }
    public ListProduct GetAll()
    {
    return _dbContext.Products.ToList();
    }

     

    Since we use sqlcompact file to store our data, we need to install sql compact package from nuget, point the sql connection to add name=”DefaultConnection” connectionString=”Data Source =|DataDirectory|Tourism.sdf” /

    Then install sql compact package from nuget, point the sql connection to add name=”DefaultConnection” connectionString=”Data Source =|DataDirectory|Tourism.sdf” /

    Now we just finished writing web api to retrieve data from sql compact file.

  • If the web api is working as expected, I now start creating the single page app, install angularjs App = angular.module(‘App’, [‘ngRoute’]);

    // configure our routes
    App.config(function ($routeProvider) {
    $routeProvider

    // route for the home page
    .

  • index.html

    body ng-app=”App”
    div class=”navbar navbar-inverse navbar-fixed-top”
    div class=”container”
    div class=”navbar-header”
    button type=”button” class=”navbar-toggle” data-toggle=”collapse” span class=”icon-bar”/span
    span class=”icon-bar”/span
    span class=”icon-bar”/span
    /button
    a href=”#/” title=”SPA – TechFunda” class=”navbar-brand”SPA/a
    /div
    div class=”navbar-collapse collapse”
    ul class=”nav navbar-nav”
    li class=”active”a href=”#/”Home/a/li
    lia href=”#/PD”Personal Details/a/li
    lia href=”#/about”About us/a/li
    lia href=”#/contact”Contact us/a/li
    /ul
    /div
    /div
    /div
    div class=”container body-content”

    div id=”divLoading” ng-show=”loading” style=”font-size:50px;”
    div class=”loading”
    Loading …..
    /div
    /div
    div ng-view/div
    hr /

    /div
    /body

    The ng-app value needs to be same as the what is defined in the js.

  • Url}}” style=”height:250px;” alt=””

    div class=”caption price-color”
    h4 h4
    {{item.Name}}
    /h4
    /div
    div class=”caption description-color”
    p{{item.Description}}/p
    /div
    div class=”caption description-color”

    /div
    /div
    /a
    /div
    /div

    Each child view has its own controller, and it is responsible for retrieving and rendering the data in the view.

; Author: honzha99; Updated: 19 Feb 2017; Section: ASP.NET; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 19 Feb 2017
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angular-scalable-boilerplate

  • This allows for ease of file management and separation of content and functionality between sections.
  • Everyone has their own preferences for file structure and site organization.
  • When you add a new section, you just add a line pointing to its “include” file in the parent include file.
  • You can continue to chain subsections by adding them the same way but within the section folder and including it’s in the parent .
  • That way if the folder structure is changed, you only have to modify the line for the section in to update the base path, instead of having to modify each line in the to reflect the new folder structure.

A scalable boilerplate for AngularJS 1.x using requirejs
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