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Using Angular Components with Third-Party Libraries

  • Unfortunately, Angular is still relatively young, and we cannot find an Angular component for everything we need.The purpose of this article is to demonstrate use cases in which Angular components can be connected with vanilla JS libraries.
  • #Example OneFor this example, we will use a 🆒 library called Sweet Alert.SweetAlert makes popup messages easy and prettyOne of the useful options that we can pass to the library is the content option, which is a DOM element that will be rendered inside the modal, for example:Sweet Alert ExampleWe can now…
  • We create a simple component that can be passed to Sweet Alert.The next thing we need to do is to create the component.After we have created the component, we obtain a reference to the native DOM element, which is passed to the Sweet Alert content option.In addition, of course, we…
  • Various libraries like highcharts give us the option to pass an HTML string that will be rendered inside the tooltip.Let’s create an Angular component and pass it to the library.We created a simple component that gets the data as Input() and displays it in a list.
  • Inside the formatter callback, we have access to the chart points which pass to our component as Input().

As developers, we aim to use existing libraries in order to avoid reinventing the wheel. Unfortunately, Angular is still relatively young, and we cannot find an Angular component for everything we…

As developers, we aim to use existing libraries in order to avoid reinventing the wheel. Unfortunately, Angular is still relatively young, and we cannot find an Angular component for everything we need.The purpose of this article is to demonstrate use cases in which Angular components can be connected with vanilla JS libraries.#Example OneFor this example, we will use a 🆒 library called Sweet Alert.SweetAlert makes popup messages easy and prettyOne of the useful options that we can pass to the library is the content option, which is a DOM element that will be rendered inside the modal, for example:Sweet Alert ExampleWe can now take advantage of this and pass an Angular component as content. For this to work, we need to create a component dynamically. We create a simple component that can be passed to Sweet Alert.The next thing we need to do is to create the component.After we have created the component, we obtain a reference to the native DOM element, which is passed to the Sweet Alert content option.In addition, of course, we can pass Input() if necessary.Live demo from StackBlitz. Try editing the code yourself.#Example TwoFor this example, we will use a library called highcharts.Many times we need to customize the chart tooltip with our markup. Various libraries like highcharts give us the option to pass an HTML string that will be rendered inside the tooltip.Let’s create an Angular component and pass it to the library.We created a simple component that gets the data as Input() and displays it…

Using Angular Components with Third-Party Libraries

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