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Create a Cryptocurrency Dashboard with Angular

Posted on Nov 7th 2017

With Bitcoin’s record-breaking surge past the $7000 mark, we thought this would the perfect time to build a cryptocurrency dashboard with Angular. Cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange, using cryptography to secure the transactions and to control the creation of additional … Read More

Testing Angular Apps with Jasmine and Karma

Posted on Oct 25th 2017

Testing is one of the most important aspects of the modern application development process. Today, high quality, robust applications are the norm; nobody appreciates a buggy application. This article will walk you through testing your Angular application using capabilities that are already part of your Angular project.Creating a … Read More

Set Up and Use a Fake REST API with Angular

Posted on Oct 20th 2017

Often, when developing Angular applications, you do not have the backing REST APIs ready for testing. To avoid having to digress into developing web services, or being blocked, waiting for your back end team to provide them, you can use JSON server to provide a “fake” API. This … Read More

Angular 5 Features

Posted on Oct 17th 2017

Front-end developers, rejoice – after a short delay, the Angular 5 release is scheduled for October 23rd!Update (November 1st): It’s finally here! After ten release candidates, Angular version 5.0.0, “pentagonal-donut”, has been released.Update (October 31st): Well, we’re still waiting for Angular version 5, and we’re now at 5.0.0 … Read More

Using Swagger to Connect a Backend to an Angular Frontend

Posted on Oct 13th 2017

IntroductionLet’s say you have an advanced backend system, for which you wish to develop a modern Angular frontend, or, perhaps it’s not your backend, but something public like Facebook, and you want to develop a site using some of its exposed APIs. Of course, you want to do … Read More

Hackathons Going Virtual with CodeTogether

Posted on Sep 26th 2017

In the coding world, collaboration has been taking place in the form of coding parties, retreats or hackathons, and, more recently, through new technologies that allow for virtual exchanges. Many might argue long and hard, giving preference to one over the other, but what’s the deal behind each … Read More

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