When our web app depends on pulling data through a REST API, we need to test that the endpoints well. Thats where things become more complicated and tedious to do manually. Two great libraries, Jasmine.js and Frisby.js, can help us out here.
Introducing the Erdiko User Admin Package! A user administration package built with an Erdiko powered backend and a Angular 2 frontend.
In the first post we talked about how themes works in the Erdiko framework and covered important files to configure it. We continue with more advanced Erdiko theme topics and introduce new classes to discover more features, including layouts.
Dependency Injection is a widely used design pattern. We will define the concepts of this pattern and show a popular PHP implementation with a simple example.
Animations are a very important part of User Experience design for web applications. We'll will explore how animations are created and configured in Angular 2 and provide some concrete examples.
As web applications and sites become more complex it becomes important to organize your view layers with themes. We explain how to leverage the Erdiko theming engine and how to keep your code tidy and consistent. This is the first of a series of posts about Erdiko theming.
Attribute Directives are a powerful way to affect the appearance or behavior of a DOM Element in your Angular 2 Application. We examine how attribute directives work, and how you can build re-usable custom code for your projects.
Auth, a widely use term that can be a bit confused. We will show the meaning and how to work with both definitions as a system.
Angular 2 pipes replaced filters as a method to format and manipulate text for output. We explore some background behind pipes and provide some simple examples to explain these concepts.
Angular 2 Routing is bit complicated when compared to routing in Angular 1.x but it is very powerful. We hope to clear up some of the common confusion when setting up routing and provide some practical examples as references.
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