angular

A 53-post collection

A Look at Angular Alongside Vue - Familiar Code

I spent a few days on and off learning parts of Vue to write a small app. I wrote the same app with Angular. I'm sharing my experience of working through Vue for the first time to help others that may be curious about the JavaScript framework landscape. This post explores the code for both the Angular and Vue apps. Spoiler: you'll find that the code and concepts are very similar. :) I had a lot of fun working through Vue with Sarah Drasner. Pair programming or simply just talking to friends about code is a great way to learn and share ideas. We all benefit when we learn to enjoy and embrace the similarities and the differences that help push...


A Look at Angular Alongside Vue - Learning Materials

I spent a few days on and off learning parts of Vue to write a small app. I wrote the same app with Angular. I'm sharing my experience of working through Vue for the first time to help others that may be curious about the JavaScript framework landscape. This time I want to share where I went for learning materials and how they worked out for me. Here are the posts in this series, if you want to catch up or jump around: Post 1 - File Structure Post 2 - Learning Materials Post 3 - Familiar Code Learning Materials OK, I admit ... at first, I didn't use any learning materials. I googled Vue CLI, found the official Vue CLI,...


A Look at Angular Alongside Vue - File Structure

I love JavaScript. I love how it is constantly evolving. The buzz around Vue and how it is similar to Angular has intrigued me, so recently I explored Vue. I wanted to get a sense of how it compared, how it works, and how it feels to develop an app with it. I spent a few days on and off learning parts of Vue to write a small app. tldr; ... I enjoyed my first experience with Vue. I enjoy Angular. Seeing multiple ways to tackle apps is a good experience. Post 1 - File Structure Post 2 - Learning Materials Post 3 - Familiar Code Other posts will follow on the learning materials, things I stumbled on, things I learned...


Angular Design Solutions

Sometimes coding is hard .... and at the same time, it's fun to debug it! Ward Bell and I really enjoyed creating this course on solving real-world Angular scenarios. We think you'll find it useful in applying to your scenarios and hopefully enjoy our friendly banter :) Click this link to watch our course Play by Play: Angular Design Solutions. Here are some of the topics we cover: TypeScript and Angular Inventory of Problems and Solutions Binding Errors *ngFor Pitfalls Template/CSS File Paths Booting and Setup Errors NgModule Follies Dependency Injection HTTP Issues Here is the official description of the course, below. In this course, Play by Play: Angular Design Solutions, Ward Bell and John Papa discuss how to detect and...


Building MEAN Apps with Cosmos DB - Part 6: POST, PUT and DELETE with Cosmos DB

Building MEAN Apps with Cosmos DB - Part 6: POST, PUT and DELETE with Cosmos DB I've released a new videos series that shows how to build MEAN apps using Cosmos DB. Each video in the series will be a couple of minutes and show how each part of the application works. This next video shows how to code the POST, PUT, and DELETE APIs to connect to the MongoDB database with Azure Cosmos DB, using Mongoose. This video series explores: Exploring the Angular, Express, Node, and Cosmos DB app Building the Node.js and Express.js app, along with the Angular CLI Angular and Express APIs Creating and Deploying Cosmos DB Querying Cosmos DB POST, PUT, DELETE Coming Soon...