Roadmap

  • The initial release of Kendo UI for Angular 2 laid the foundation of and articulated our vision for the product.
  • In addition to the components listed above, the first release candidate will include Native Mobile components for Angular 2 , powered by NativeScript .
  • The final Kendo UI for Angular 2 release should iron out any outstanding problems or missing features of the included components.
  • The kind that you would expect from Kendo UI.
  • The development, releases and timing of any features or functionality described for Progress products remains at the sole discretion of Progress.

The initial release of Kendo UI for Angular 2 laid the foundation of and articulated our vision for the product.
We shipped 15 essential UI components, built from the ground up for Angular 2 on the same date that the Angular 2 team announced Angular 2 was final.
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Using Angular 2 Patterns in Angular 1.x Apps

Using Angular 2 Patterns in Angular 1.x Apps course by @simpulton #angularjs

  • Initialize Angular Components with Lifecycle Hooks
  • Container and Presentation Components Using Angular Component Bindings
  • Test an Angular Component with $componentController
  • By writing our Angular 1.x application in ES6, we can create a surprising resemblance to an Angular 2 application.
  • Build an Angular Component Controller Using ES6 Class

Implementing modern component-based architecture in your new or existing Angular 1.x web application is a breath of fresh air.

In this course, you are going to take a close look at Eggly, an Angular 1.x application for organizing bookmarks, and build it using modern patterns and practices, inspired by Angular 2’s recommended architecture.

You will learn how to leverage ES6 in your Angular 1 applications through Babel, and fully understand the core patterns that are used in a composed modular web application.

This course will teach you how to leverage your existing knowledge of Angular, while preparing your mind (and applications!) for the future.

If you are interested, there is a [companion guide](http://www.angular2patterns.com/) that digs deeper into the patterns found in this course and Angular 2.

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Allegient

ALLEGIENT

  • Imports are used for any modules, declarations are for components, providers are for services, and bootstrap is for our App Component.
  • In and RC1 component, our declarations section would contain directives for any shared components (like pipes) and providers for any services that we need to use.
  • A simple example from the Angular 2 quickstart looks like this
  • To bootstrap an application in RC1, the main.ts (or boot.ts) file of a project would contain the main AppComponent as well as any modules that were needed (Forms, HTTP, etc…).

When I started my deep dive into Angular 2, the framework was still in beta. As with most open-source technologies, things quickly shifted to release candi
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Using Angular 2 Patterns in Angular 1.x Apps

Using Angular 2 Patterns in Angular 1.x Apps course by @simpulton #angularjs

  • Initialize Angular Components with Lifecycle Hooks
  • Container and Presentation Components Using Angular Component Bindings
  • Test an Angular Component with $componentController
  • By writing our Angular 1.x application in ES6, we can create a surprising resemblance to an Angular 2 application.
  • Build an Angular Component Controller Using ES6 Class

Implementing modern component-based architecture in your new or existing Angular 1.x web application is a breath of fresh air.

In this course, you are going to take a close look at Eggly, an Angular 1.x application for organizing bookmarks, and build it using modern patterns and practices, inspired by Angular 2’s recommended architecture.

You will learn how to leverage ES6 in your Angular 1 applications through Babel, and fully understand the core patterns that are used in a composed modular web application.

This course will teach you how to leverage your existing knowledge of Angular, while preparing your mind (and applications!) for the future.

If you are interested, there is a [companion guide](http://www.angular2patterns.com/) that digs deeper into the patterns found in this course and Angular 2.

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8 Reasons to Choose AngularJs for Web Application Development

  • You can use the existing component in a new web application.
  • AngularJS is an open source web application framework released by Google which makes front end web development easier .
  • It is easy to understand its application functionality and coding structure for Native web developers.
  • It loads all necessary files at the time of initializing the web application.
  • It offers you more flexibility and extensibility when it comes to developing high-end web applications.

This is fact; the demand of eCommerce website is increasing because of every organization keep their business online. On the basis of a recent survey th…
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Built-in Pipes in Angular 2 ← Alligator.io

#angular2 built-in Pipes overview  #webdev #angularjs

  • The third possible is a string in the format of the decimal pipe to format the number.
  • The optional argument is a string in the Decimal pipe format.
  • The Json pipe is useful for debugging and displays an object as a Json string.
  • You can use a number of symbols to define a custom format, or you can also use a number of predefined keywords.
  • The second possible argument is a boolean to show the that will show either the currency symbol, or the currency code.

Building a simple real time search in Angular 2 with observables and RxJs.
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Introduction To Pipes In Angular 2

Introduction To Pipes In #Angular2 by Vishal Gilbile cc @CsharpCorner  #Angular #Angularjs

  • We are done with creating our custom Angular 2 pipe.
  • We’ve decorated the EmployeeSearchPipe class with @Pipe decorator which tells Angular that this is our custom pipe.
  • In order to put this pipe to work, we need to modify our app.module.ts file (so that we can register our custom pipe with that of the application module & use it throughout the application).
  • The steps to create a pipe are almost similar to that of creating a component.
  • We’ve applied our custom pipe “empByName” on the *ngFor row.

In this article, you will learn about Pipes in Angular 2.
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