Implementing an Angular Hybrid App Part 4

The last post of this series is about the implementation of the bootstrap module in an Angular Hybrid application, that is first of all create the main module which take care about launching the related Angularjs main module and as second step configuring UI Router routes for a new module which will coesists... Continue Reading →

Implementing an Angular Hybrid App Part 3

This post talk about the installation and configuration of and Webpack in a bigger activity of upgrading an Angularjs application into an Hybrid one, where both the framework coesists and where we are free to implement both with the old or the new. As we'll see, in the Angular installation we'll have to be... Continue Reading →

Implementing an Angular Hybrid App Part 2

The upgrading of an Angularjs SPA into an hybrid one (Angularjs + is composed by one step that is hardest than the others and this step is the refactoring of js files in typescript modules. What we've seen in the previous post is prepare the Angularjs files and remove incompatibilities like $scope and implicit... Continue Reading →

Implementing an Angular Hybrid App Part 1

Before the release of, React, Vue, the most used framework for SPA was without any doubt Angulajs. We used it for small and large applications, because of its modularity that help us to organize the code in different logic modules. But now with the release of new frameworks, we have some questions: how I... Continue Reading →

Webpack with Angular2

In a previous post I spoke about the configurations to manage bundles in angular 2 with Systemjs. For this purphose, the latest versions of Angular CLI uses webpack and we can use it as module bundler in the new angular 2/4 applications. The reason of this choice is that webpack has a lot of plugins that they... Continue Reading →

Attachments management with Angular 2

A common issue that we faced in our applications is implement a component to allow the management of the attachment upload. We need to insert a file input field in the page, grab the change event of the field, extract the file and send it to a service. Recently I have needed to implement this... Continue Reading →

Http service in Angular 2

Use the http service in Angular 1 meant to deal with promises and defer, because it was based on APIs exposed by the $q service. Angular 2 makes a step ahead and the new implementation of the http service involves the observable pattern, with the using of RxJS javascript library. Why this big change? Because... Continue Reading →

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