Page Lazy Loading is awesome. I never start a tuts like this, but f*** yea! This new feature from Ionic 3 not only makes our code more concise but also avoid the hassle of typing every damn time the same paths in every Class! Lazy Loading allows us to access Pages wherever we want by only using a string. We are […]
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Transclusion was one of the coolest feature of Angular 1. Angular 2 made this (way) more simple and also changed its name to Projection. What we used to configure in our directives with some symbols and ngTransclude is now directly handled into the DOM. Before diving into it, let’s refresh our memory. Here is the most basic Projection example: We pass some […]
When it comes to Web Development, Animations can make or break your UX. Too much of them and your website looks like a Vegas Casino. None and your website will be missing the little spark to make it stand out. Angular has made some great improvement in this domain since version 1.3 so let’s see what Angular 2 offers!
Hi folks, Today we are going to dive into the Angular 2 Universal Starter Kit. If you have never heard about it it’s ok, your boss is not going to fire you tomorrow because of that (not yet). There are other Angular 2 Universal seed projects in the wild but this one is complete and very simple to start with, […]
Hi folks, With the launch of the Angular 2 Final Release, the war between using Angular 2 or React is firing up again. But what if instead of shooting each other we could use the advantages from both worlds? I’ll show you how you can have access to Native Components through React Native and use the Angular 2 directives that we […]