In Angular, content projection is used to project content in a component. Let’s take a closer look at how it works:Content projection allows you to insert a shadow DOM in your component. To put it simply, if you want to insert HTML elements or other components in a component, then you do that using concept … Continue reading Simplifying Content Projection in Angular
On behalf of Infragistics , I am hosting a free webinar on “Step by Step Getting Started with Angular 4”. To attend register here . I invite you to attend this webinar on 20 July 2017 Thursday at 11 AM. This is an opportunity for you to learn Angular 4 application development from comfort of … Continue reading Join free webinar on “Step by Step Getting Started with Angular 4”
Recently, I had a requirement to deliver training and consulting on advanced Angular topics to a client. Even though, I am very comfortable with Angular, I was a bit worried about so-called these “ADVANCED TOPICS”. I browsed through many blogs, tutorials, video courses etc. However, I was not felling satisfied and there was a nervousness … Continue reading From where I learnt advanced Angular?
To check which version of Angular CLI is installed on your machine, run the command ng –version as shown in the image below: As you see that on my development machine, Angular cli version 1.0.0 is installed. At the time of writing of this post, latest version of Angular CLI was 1.1.3. To upgrade to … Continue reading How to upgrade to latest Angular CLI
In Angular 2 a component can share data and information with another component by passing data or events. A component can be used inside another component, thus creating a component hierarchy. The component being used inside another component is known as the child component and the enclosing component is known as the parent component. Components … Continue reading Communication Between Components Using @Input() in Angular