So here’s the obligatory New Year’s Resolution post. I’m not going to tell you what my resolutions are, or what yours should be, but I have been mulling over some guiding principles for quite a while. These aren’t resolutions, per se. But they are guideposts I try to keep in mind personally when thinking about my resolutions, or in fact, whenever I’m taking any action. So here you go, my four principles. These are all in the form of “X is greater than Y”. In each case, this does not mean that X is holy and Y is evil. It Continue reading
Continuing with my previous run of year in reviews (going back to 2007), here’s my little entry to close out 2017 on my blog.
I use these posts as a place to allow myself to both look back at my year, but also in future years to time travel back to what I did. Having just read my 2016 entry a lot of crap went down. Somehow I actually thought all those bad things (in the world, Prince dying, etc) happened this year, so either 2017 was slightly less shitty in the world, or 2016 was really shitty!
Out of the box, Angular provides us with two types of forms:
Template Driven Forms
In Template Driven Forms, you create controls on the component template and bind data using ngModel. With these, you do not create controls, form objects, or write code to work with pushing and pulling of data between component class and template; Angular does all of these tasks for you. In template driven forms, there is very little code for validations in the component class, and they’re asynchronous.
Every month we’re honored to speak to Treehouse students about their incredible accomplishments since learning to code. Some students began learning with us as complete computer programming beginners, others used Treehouse to turn a coding hobby into a career. All of them…
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