Installing Gulp for AngularJS – Muhammad Hassan

  • Please note you may also use chocolatey for installing nodejs and github

    “Chocolatey is a package manager for Windows (like apt-get but for Windows).

  • It is built on the NuGet infrastructure currently using PowerShell as its focus for delivering packages from the distros to your door, err computer.”
  • Install packages for CLI globally, This will enable glup and bower command line interfaces

    Please note: NPM will be automatcially downloaded with node js installer

    For specific version of bower packages you may used #versionNumber

    Add gulpfile.js in project and paste below code in it.

Key players Visual Studio NodeJS NPM Bower Gulp Step 1: Installer Node.js Github Please note you may also use chocolatey for installing nodejs and github “Chocolatey is a package manager for Windows (like apt-get but for Windows). It was designed to be a decentralized framework for quickly installing applications and tools that you need. It…
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Why I prefer Ember.js over Angular & React.js

  • Fortunately one month ago I got a chance to work with a client who wanted me to develop his project in Ember.
  • I was not much excited as ember was a known guy to me, but started developing the project as it’s a day to day life for me.
  • But after delivering the project I started thinking of my experiences with these three front-end frameworks and probably today publishing this article out of my emotions.
  • If all the teams of your organization (or even someone outside your organization) are developing ember applications using ember-cli; they will be very familiar to the projects architecture and in no time can start contributing at any project.
  • The developers of Ember’s core team are also developers in their own projects and this is the biggest plus of Ember.

JavaScript, Node.js, mongo, react, angular and many more
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Choosing Right Javascript Development Framework: AngularJS vs React vs Ember

  • To boost your ability for delivering ambitious and competitive web apps, choosing the right JavaScript framework which best suit your project’s needs becomes quintessential.
  • Big three web frameworks Ember, AngularJS, and React, are been discussed here.
  • AngularJS, Ember and React must definitely be your choice if you are bent for creating web apps as these are the safest players that offer active communities and long-term support.
  • AngularJS is a comprehensive, open-source JavaScript framework that solves the problem of the single page application development by extending the functionality of HTML.
  • For writing web apps, Ember framework is a great choice.

To boost your ability for delivering ambitious and competitive web apps, choosing the right JavaScript framework which best suit your project’s needs becomes quintessential. Though there exist many libraries which are been around like Backbone and Knockout, but gradually their popularity is decreasing. Big three web frameworks Ember, AngularJS, and React, are been discussed here. There are many client side frameworks. Also, new entrants like Aurelia are also in the queue. AngularJS, Ember and React must definitely be your choice if you are bent for creating web apps as these are the safest players that offer active communities and long-term support.
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Why I prefer Ember.js over Angular & React.js

  • Fortunately one month ago I got a chance to work with a client who wanted me to develop his project in Ember.
  • I was not much excited as ember was a known guy to me, but started developing the project as it’s a day to day life for me.
  • But after delivering the project I started thinking of my experiences with these three front-end frameworks and probably today publishing this article out of my emotions.
  • If all the teams of your organization (or even someone outside your organization) are developing ember applications using ember-cli; they will be very familiar to the projects architecture and in no time can start contributing at any project.
  • The developers of Ember’s core team are also developers in their own projects and this is the biggest plus of Ember.

JavaScript, Node.js, mongo, react, angular and many more
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AngularJS by Example Free Download

AngularJS by Example

  • AngularJS by Example helps you get started with this essential web development framework quickly and easily, guiding you through AngularJS by showing you how to create your own real-world applications.
  • By adopting this approach, you can bridge the gap between learning and doing immediately, as you follow the examples to learn the impressive features of Angular and experience a radically simple–and powerful–approach to web development.

AngularJS by Example helps you get started with this essential web development framework quickly and easily, guiding you through AngularJS by showing you how to create your own real-world applications. By adopting this approach, you can bridge the gap between learning and doing immediately, as you follow the examples to learn the impressive features of Angular and experience a radically simple–and powerful–approach to web development.
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Angular: Angular, version 2: proprioception-reinforcement

Made it in the contributor list for Angular 2.0 #OpenSource #Angular2

  • This release also represents huge improvements to developer productivity with the Angular CLI and styleguide.
  • From the beginning, we built Angular in collaboration with the open source development community.
  • Angular is now ready for the world, and we’re excited for you to join the thousands of developers already building with Angular 2.
  • A few of the things you can expect in the near future from the Angular team:

    Moving Angular to semantic versioning ensures rapid access to the newest features for our component and tooling ecosystem, while preserving a consistent and reliable development environment for production applications that depend on stability between major releases, but still benefit from bug fixes and new APIs.

  • Chirayu Krishnappa, Christian Weyer, Christoph Burgdorf, Christoph Guttandin, Christoph Hoeller, Christoffer Noring, Chuck Jazdzewski, Cindy, Ciro Nunes, Codebacca, Cody Lundquist, Cody-Nicholson, Cole R Lawrence, Constantin Gavrilete, Cory Bateman, Craig Doremus, crisbeto, Cuel, Cyril Balit, Cyrille Tuzi, Damien Cassan, Dan Grove, Dan Wahlin, Daniel Leib, Daniel Rasmuson, dapperAuteur, Daria Jung, David East, David Fuka, David Reher, David-Emmanuel Divernois, Davy Engone, Deborah Kurata, Derek Van Dyke, DevVersion, Dima Kuzmich, Dimitrios Loukadakis, Dmitriy Shekhovtsov, Dmitry Patsura, Dmitry Zamula, Dmytro Kulyk, Donald Spencer, Douglas Duteil, dozingcat, Drew Moore, Dylan Johnson, Edd Hannay, Edouard Coissy, eggers, elimach, Elliott Davis, Eric Jimenez, Eric Lee Carraway, Eric Martinez, Eric Mendes Dantas, Eric Tsang, Essam Al Joubori, Evan Martin, Fabian Raetz, Fahimnur Alam, Fatima Remtullah, Federico Caselli, Felipe Batista, Felix Itzenplitz, Felix Yan, Filip Bruun, Filipe Silva, Flavio Corpa, Florian Knop, Foxandxss, Gabe Johnson, Gabe Scholz, GabrielBico, Gautam krishna.R, Georgii Dolzhykov, Georgios Kalpakas, Gerd Jungbluth, Gerard Sans, Gion Kunz, Gonzalo Ruiz de Villa, Grégory Bataille, Günter Zöchbauer, Hank Duan, Hannah Howard, Hans Larsen, Harry Terkelsen, Harry Wolff, Henrique Limas, Henry Wong, Hiroto Fukui, Hongbo Miao, Huston Hedinger, Ian Riley, Idir Ouhab Meskine, Igor Minar, Ioannis Pinakoulakis, The Ionic Team, Isaac Park, Istvan Novak, Itay Radotzki, Ivan Gabriele, Ivey Padgett, Ivo Gabe de Wolff, J. Andrew Brassington, Jack Franklin, Jacob Eggers, Jacob MacDonald, Jacob Richman, Jake Garelick, James Blacklock, James Ward, Jason Choi, Jason Kurian, Jason Teplitz, Javier Ros, Jay Kan, Jay Phelps, Jay Traband, Jeff Cross, Jeff Whelpley, Jennifer Bland, jennyraj, Jeremy Attali, Jeremy Elbourn, Jeremy Wilken, Jerome Velociter, Jesper Rønn-Jensen, Jesse Palmer, Jesús Rodríguez, Jesús Rodríguez, Jimmy Gong, Joe Eames, Joel Brewer, John Arstingstall, John Jelinek IV, John Lindquist, John Papa, John-David Dalton, Jonathan Miles, Joost de Vries, Jorge Cruz, Josef Meier, Josh Brown, Josh Gerdes, Josh Kurz, Josh Olson, Josh Thomas, Joseph Perrott, Joshua Otis, Josu Guiterrez, Julian Motz, Julie Ralph, Jules Kremer, Justin DuJardin, Kai Ruhnau, Kapunahele Wong, Kara Erickson, Kathy Walrath, Keerti Parthasarathy, Kenneth Hahn, Kevin Huang, Kevin Kirsche, Kevin Merckx, Kevin Moore, Kevin Western, Konstantin Shcheglov, Kurt Hong, Levente Morva, laiso, Lina Lu, LongYinan, Lucas Mirelmann, Luka Pejovic, Lukas Ruebbelke, Marc Fisher, Marc Laval, Marcel Good, Marcy Sutton, Marcus Krahl, Marek Buko, Mark Ethan Trostler, Martin Gontovnikas, Martin Probst, Martin Staffa, Matan Lurey, Mathias Raacke, Matias Niemelä, Matt Follett, Matt Greenland, Matt Wheatley, Matteo Suppo, Matthew Hill, Matthew Schranz, Matthew Windwer, Max Sills, Maxim Salnikov, Melinda Sarnicki Bernardo, Michael Giambalvo, Michael Goderbauer, Michael Mrowetz, Michael-Rainabba Richardson, Michał Gołębiowski, Mikael Morlund, Mike Ryan, Minko Gechev, Miško Hevery, Mohamed Hegazy, Nan Schweiger, Naomi Black, Nathan Walker, The NativeScript Team, Nicholas Hydock, Nick Mann, Nick Raphael, Nick Van Dyck, Ning Xia, Olivier Chafik, Olivier Combe, Oto Dočkal, Pablo Villoslada Puigcerber, Pascal Precht, Patrice Chalin, Patrick Stapleton, Paul Gschwendtner, Pawel Kozlowski, Pengfei Yang, Pete Bacon Darwin, Pete Boere, Pete Mertz, Philip Harrison, Phillip Alexander, Phong Huynh, Polvista, Pouja, Pouria Alimirzaei, Prakal, Prayag Verma, Rado Kirov, Raul Jimenez, Razvan Moraru, Rene Weber, Rex Ye, Richard Harrington, Richard Kho, Richard Sentino, Rob Eisenberg, Rob Richardson, Rob Wormald, Robert Ferentz, Robert Messerle, Roberto Simonetti, Rodolfo Yabut, Sam Herrmann, Sam Julien, Sam Lin, Sam Rawlins, Sammy Jelin, Sander Elias, Scott Hatcher, Scott Hyndman, Scott Little, ScottSWu, Sebastian Hillig, Sebastian Müller, Sebastián Duque, Sekib Omazic, Shahar Talmi, Shai Reznik, Sharon DiOrio, Shannon Ayres, Shefali Sinha, Shlomi Assaf, Shuhei Kagawa, Sigmund Cherem, Simon Hürlimann (CyT), Simon Ramsay, Stacy Gay, Stephen Adams, Stephen Fluin, Steve Mao, Steve Schmitt, Suguru Inatomi, Tamas Csaba, Ted Sander, Tero Parviainen, Thierry Chatel, Thierry Templier, Thomas Burleson, Thomas Henley, Tim Blasi, Tim Ruffles, Timur Meyster, Tobias Bosch, Tony Childs, Tom Ingebretsen, Tom Schoener, Tommy Odom, Torgeir Helgevold, Travis Kaufman, Trotyl Yu, Tycho Grouwstra, The Typescript Team, Uli Köhler, Uri Shaked, Utsav Shah, Valter Júnior, Vamsi V, Vamsi Varikuti, Vanga Sasidhar, Veikko Karsikko, Victor Berchet, Victor Mejia, Victor Savkin, Vinci Rufus, Vijay Menon, Vikram Subramanian, Vivek Ghaisas, Vladislav Zarakovsky, Vojta Jina, Ward Bell, Wassim Chegham, Wenqian Guo, Wesley Cho, Will Ngo, William Johnson, William Welling, Wilson Mendes Neto, Wojciech Kwiatek, Yang Lin, Yegor Jbanov, Zach Bjornson, Zhicheng Wang, and many more…

    With gratitude and appreciation, and anticipation to see what you’ll build next, welcome to the next stage of Angular.

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Getting Started with Angular 2+ ― Scotch School

  • Let’s explore all the changes coming in Angular 2.
  • If you come from the world of Angular 1, you may have heard that Angular 2 is a complete code change.
  • Angular 2 is a huge change from Angular 1 code.
  • In this course, we’ll take a look at how we can get started with Angular 2 and see all the cool new features Angular 2 provides.
  • What we’ll learn
    Why Angular 2 is such a big break from Angular 1
    What new features Angular 2 has
    How to setup Angular 2
    How to use TypeScript to transpile ES6 code
    How to use System.js to load ES6 imports
    How to create components in Angular 2
    How to let components talk to each other
    How to use forms in Angular 2
    How to create form validations
    See the future of Angular!

Angular 2 is a big break from Angular 1, all with good reasons. There is a lot to learn when making the jump to Angular 2 and ES6 (the next version of JS). Angular 2 brings a lot of forward-thinking ideas to the framework to build amazing apps.
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