- Combining the storage of the data and the change on it allows to restore the graph at a given point of time or to calculate a graph with different changes in the past.
- This approach gives opportunity to process over both data and time.
- In the last six month the developers of the YAGA-Team and some contributors from the FOSSGIS e.V. developed a module to integrate Webmapping components from Leaflet into Angular2.
- In this talk we want to explain how we implement the directives / components and, of course, show how to integrate and use leaflet-ng2 in your Angular2 project, with the current release candidate.
With one week delay because of Valentine's Day we are happy to welcome you to our February Meetup on Tuesday.
Querying and Processing Event-sourced Graphs by Daniel Reich
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- When I started looking about Vue, I felt empowered by how friendly it was to a newcomer like me (mostly thanks to the awesome Guide they provide), how simple it was to define components and whole pages, or integrate them with other frameworks.I’ve been using it for a year already, Vue2 was born during that time only to make things better, and little by little a “Personal project” became my most trusted resource when developing front-end.
- So free that you can also use any CSS pre-processor you want, although you can directly put SASS code in your components.What about support?Big ones also fall harderYeah, yeah… Angular is backed by Google, React by Facebook… Who backs Vue?
- A similar situation happens with Vue, since it’s Evan You’s creation, I’m pretty sure he will do amazing things now that he has the support of a team fully committed to Vue.Also… have you realized Vue is Twice as popular as Angular?
- At the moment of this writing, Angular has 20782 stars in github, Vue has 43557 and React 59955.
- Every day many sub-frameworks arise (such as the awesome vue-material) and small components to make your life easier, the ecosystem relying on Vue grows as much as products using it.I, for one, will continue mixing it in everything I do while I can, because I consider it the most honest effort to make developers life easier.
Some days ago, at the office, we were discussing which technology/framework should we use in a new project so we could build a really cool front-end. Several ideas were tossed on the table, Angular…
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- Angular-cli has simplified the life of a lot of developers reducing the startup time of a project and giving the ability to focus only on the code without wasting time in configurations.
- However, a lot of angular developers (me included) were not able to use angular-cli because was not possible to change the configuration, adding new plugins or in general use all the flexibility that webpack offer.
- Yesterday, after a long day while I was relaxing on the couch reading some news on twitter and boooom the twitter that I was waiting for months it’s finally here: Angular-cli from version 32.3 has a new feature called eject that allow you to generate a webpack.config.js for your project.
- First of all we need to install angular-cli globally (for whom was already using it remember that it has changed name from angular-cli to @angular/cli) :
We’re ready to generate a new project with the cli ( I like scss so I’ll use it):
Until now nothing new, we just created a normal project with scss support….
- In your project you’ll find finally the file that you were dreaming for a long time: webpack.config.js and you finally are free to add the plugin that you like.
Version 32.3 of Angular-cli allow you to create your own webpack.config.js adding the plugin and the configuration that you need
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The plus symbol gives you adjacent siblings to the initial element selected. The comma is a separator between the objects beings selected. I hope that this helps.
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- I’ve been using Angular 1 for a couple years, but just started using Angular 2 this week.
- I’ve read many articles such as Custom form controls in Angular, Angular docs, other somewhat-similar Stack Overflow questions, and the TypeScript used on Angular 2’s Material Checkbox but I still don’t get how they pulled this off.
- This is one of many custom UI elements I need to make, so I’m hoping this example will help me understand the principles and implementation I’m missing.
- I know I could use a input checkbox with a selector on it, and wrap it, but I want to be as clean as the Angular 2 Material checkbox is.
- I’m essentially doing the same thing they are (Angular 2 Material), but with our own styling, and much more simplistic than all the options they provide.
I’ve been using Angular 1 for a couple years, but just started using Angular 2 this week. I’ve read many articles such as Custom form controls in Angular, Angular docs, other somewhat-similar Stack Overflow questions, and the TypeScript used on Angular 2’s Material Checkbox but I still don’t get how they pulled this off. It’s seems like it should be more straight forward.
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- Thanks to SharePoint 2013 it is a lot easier to be able to create client based solutions.
- AngularJS is one of the solutions out there that allows developers to create applications very quickly through an MVC implementation.
- In this session we will go over the basics of AngularJS in regards to apps, controllers, services and views.
- The principles learned here can be used anywhere in SharePoint whether it is a Farm Solution in an on-premises environment or in an app on Office 365.
- Come learn a lot of the pitfalls to avoid and some best practices that will help you love AngularJS as another tool in a developers tool belt.
Thanks to SharePoint 2013 it is a lot easier to be able to create client based solutions. AngularJS is one of the solutions out there that allows developers to create applications very quickly through an MVC implementation. In this session we will go over the basics of AngularJS in regards to apps, controllers, services and views. We will create a simple application built entirely through client technologies and in SharePoint. The principles learned here can be used anywhere in SharePoint whether it is a Farm Solution in an on-premises environment or in an app on Office 365. We will also explore some of the issues that you are likely to experience with the release of AngularJS 2.
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- Would be keen to hear the thoughts on both Developers and Hiring Managers on this!