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This is implemented using the new Custom Elements API supported by most modern browsers, and the process of converting a component to a custom element ensures all required Angular infrastructure (data binding, change detection, etc.) is available to the browser.
Let me guess, you are probably an Angular developer or a soon to be website owner who is planning to build a website using Angular. Well, here I have an informative post for you which will possibly help you in finding the right tools for AngularJS development. Therefore, without any further delay let me introduce to you the best AngularJS development tools and services of 2018.
For the ease of the reader I have bifurcated the list of tools into the different phases of AngularJS development. So let us go in the chronological order of how and where you would need these AngularJS development tools.
To understand ViewEncapsulation in Angular, first, we should understand the Shadow DOM. You can learn in detail about the Shadow DOM here. Simply put, the Shadow DOM brings Encapsulation to HTML Elements. Using the Shadow DOM, markup, styles, and behaviors are scoped to the element and do not clash with other nodes of the DOM. The Shadow DOM is part of Web Components, which encapsulates styles and login of the element.
Angular Components are made up of three things:
Huge fan alert! Angular Animations are one of my favorite parts of Angular and I think Matias Niemela did just an incredible job with the current implementation of the library. As a point of reference, I wanted to revisit an example that I built in AngularJS and update it to the latest version of Angular […]
BOUNTY: Angular vs. React vs. Vue: Web Development
In today’s development world, technologies are growing very fast and change rapidly, with many development tools appearing to solve different development problems. In this discussion, we will compare three of the most popular technologies for front-end development – Angular, React, and Vue. We are discussing this comparison on the basis of project architecture or from a developer’s point of view who is going to choose a technology for a new project. So we first need to make a clear decision of whether we want to develop a Single Page Application (SPA) or a standard, multi-page app.
In my last blog post, I explained how to get started with Cypress tests. The next step would be running these tests in a Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI and CD) environment. The advantage of this is that with every commit the tests are being executed automatically and you get feedback about whether your application is still doing good or not automatically.
Travis CI is a very well known Continuous Integration Environment and is very common when working with OSS projects. The best thing about it is that it is free to use for an open source project.
In this blog post, we will cover how to get started with end-to-end testing using Cypress and Angular and the AngularCLI.
The code for this blog post can be found here.
As we all know, Google released its new version of Angular in April. It was the first major release from Google in the year 2018 which is mainly focused on the toolchain and also making Angular easier for the user to create different types of applications. This major version also contains some new features and upgrades. At the final stage, this release confirms that the new Angular version is much lighter, faster, and easier. Developers will obviously prefer it more as it makes their development easier. Also, Angular 6 supports TypeScript version 2.7. So, with the help of the new TypeScript version, it is much easier to code with conditional type declarations, default declarations, and strict class initialization.
Now it’s time to discuss the major changes made in Angular 6.