Interceptors are used to intercepts HTTP requests and responses from the application. You can handle them or transform them before passing it on. For example, you can use an interceptor to add authorization token before passing the HTTP request or cache the HTTP response. Some of the usages of interceptors are as follows, Caching of … Continue reading How to use Interceptor in Angular
This post explains when to use subscribe method or async pipe in working with observable data in an Angular application
Ahmadabad is always very close to me as I did my first public speaking in this city back on 24 July 2010. Since then I have been trying to do at least one workshop or talk each year here, so continuing the ritual, I am again coming to Ahmadabad/Gandhinagar on 13th October to speak in … Continue reading Delivering two talks at Devfest Gandhinagar 2019
To attend register here: https://forms.gle/JSbp3yknZ7scr9BP7 Many of you asked me to host a Bootcamp in Delhi/NCR. I got motivated by your constant request, hence decided to give a try. For geek97, I am hosting the next Bootcamp in Gurgaon on 5-6 October. Details To attend register here: https://forms.gle/JSbp3yknZ7scr9BP7 and for any clarification send me a … Continue reading Announced- geek97 step by step Angular Bootcamp on 5-6 October in Gurgaon
Angular is becoming more popular with each passing day in India. Companies of different sizes are using it to deliver the project for their customers. One such company Taritas . They have offices at multiple locations and with clients all across the world. They invited me on 21-22 September to host a 16 hrs long … Continue reading Hosted Angular Bootcamp in Jabalpur for Taritas software
A Web API controller action can return the following types: void HttpResponseMessage IHttpActionResult Other types, such as IEnumerable, object, collections, etc.
Yes, Goodbyes are hard. After almost 5 years at Infragistics, I am moving on and seeking other opportunities. I must say these years were the best years of my life. At Infragistics, I was a Developer Evangelist. My job was to engage developers, create more awareness with them around Infragistics’ Ignite UI product, and to … Continue reading Goodbyes are hard…..