Proud to present in East India Largest Tech Conference TechBhubaneswar

I will start with TechBhubaneswar is one of the best-organized conference. Disciplined volunteers, visionary core team members, and electrifying audiences. It was surely a gala gathering of more than 500 techie in beautiful city of Bhubaneswar. I am humbled that I was invited as speaker. I had proud moment representing Infragistics in esteem conference and…… Continue reading Proud to present in East India Largest Tech Conference TechBhubaneswar

Simplifying function expressions and the function statement in JavaScript

Read full article on the Infragistics blog In JavaScript, a function can be created in three possible ways: Function as an expression Function as a statement Arrow functions In this post, we will learn about function expressions and the function statement. Consider the following code: https://gist.github.com/debugmodedotnet/e4b1dc967bc51b6c8dd1ff98d8d88dc6 When you create a function as shown above, it…… Continue reading Simplifying function expressions and the function statement in JavaScript

What are the Call and Apply Methods in JavaScript

Read full article on the Infragistics blog In JavaScript, the apply() and call() methods execute a function in the context (scope) of the first argument you pass to them. Let’s take a look at them in action to learn more. Say that you have an object person as shown below: https://gist.github.com/debugmodedotnet/11ca4e8d58e602ca93813cef93d9601e And in addition, you have a…… Continue reading What are the Call and Apply Methods in JavaScript

Four Ways to Create Objects in JavaScript

In JavaScript, there are four methods to use to create an object: Object literals New operator or constructor Object.create method Class In this post, we will learn each of these methods. Object literals An object literal, also called an object initializer, is a comma-separated set of paired names and values. You can create an object…… Continue reading Four Ways to Create Objects in JavaScript

What are Template Literals in JavaScript

Read full article on the Infragistics blog In ES6, two types of literals were introduced: Template Literals for string concatenation and expression embedding in a string Tagged Template Literals to tag the Template Literal in a function so the literal can be evaluated in the function Let’s assume that you need to do the string…… Continue reading What are Template Literals in JavaScript

What are @HostBinding() and @HostListener() in Angular?

Read full article on the Infragistics blog To understand @HostListener and @HostBinding, you should have basic knowledge about directives in Angular. There are three types of directives in Angular: Component Attribute Directive Structural Directive The basic difference between a component and a directive is that a component has a template, whereas an attribute or structural…… Continue reading What are @HostBinding() and @HostListener() in Angular?

How to Create Your First Angular Reactive Form

Read full article on the Infragistics blog Out of the box, Angular provides us with two types of forms: Template Driven Forms Reactive 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…… Continue reading How to Create Your First Angular Reactive Form