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Angular Console – An UI for Angular CLI

When Angular CLI was released, it instantly got the attention, and many developers started using it as it took away all the pain to create Angular based applications. Angular CLI performs every activity required for an angular application starting from creating to deploying the app. You don’t have to spend time for webpack configurations, making tests run, fixing source maps as the CLI takes care. But, one will have to remember all the CLI commands to use it efficiently. To address this, a new tool is available called “Angular Console”. It’s a visual representation of angular CLI. In this post, we’ll see how to get started with Angular Console and create an angular application using the same.
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Angular 6.1 introduces a new KeyValue Pipe

Angular 6.1 is out and it introduces a new KeyValue pipe to help you iterate through objects, maps, and arrays. Today, the ngFor directive doesn’t support iterations over objects or Maps. To fix this issue, Angular 6.1 introduces a new KeyValue pipe. The KeyValue pipe converts an Object or Map into an array of key-value pairs to use with ngFor directive. In this post, we’ll find out how to use this new KeyValue pipe with Angular 6.1 with examples. (more…)

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Add Angular 6 Material to Angular 6 and ASP.NET Core app

Angular material is material design components for the Angular application to create comprehensive, modern UI components that work across the web, mobile, and desktop. Earlier, I posted about how to create an Angular 6 app with Visual Studio 2017 & ASP.NET Core and also posted about implementing ASP.NET Core SPA template features. In this post, we’ll see how to add angular 6 material to angular 6 and ASP.NET Core app. The steps given in this post are also applicable for any standard angular 6 application. (more…)

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Implement ASP.NET Core SPA template features in an Angular 6 app

Earlier, I posted about creating an angular 6 based app with VS 2017. It’s a pure Angular 6 app and doesn’t use features comes with the ASP.NET Core SPA template. At the time of writing this post, default ASP.NET Core SPA template for angular points to angular 5. The SPA template uses angular on the client side and ASP.NET Core as back-end. It uses a package Microsoft.AspNetCore.SpaServices as a middleware to provide different configurable options for your application such as HMR (Hot Module Replacement), Routing Helper, SSR (Server Side Rendering) etc.. In this post, let’s find out how to create an angular 6 app with ASP.NET Core 2.1 and implement ASP.NET Core SPA template features in the same app. (more…)

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