Earlier I posted about how to bind select dropdown list in Angular 2, but its time to upgrade to Angular 5 as Angular 5 is the recent released version. Although angular 5 is the recent version, but Angular 4 is still used in many projects. So in this post, we’ll find out how to bind select dropdown list in Angular 4 and 5. (more…)
Earlier I posted about how to bind Select DropDown List in Angular 2 and Cascading DropDown List using Angular 2 covering some of the newest features of Angular 2 beta 8 release. And in this post, we will find out how to bind radiobutton list in Angular 2. At the time of writing this post, Angular 2 RC4 is the newest version.
Earlier I posted about Cascading DropDown List using Angular 2 and in this post, we take it to next level and implement it with ASP.NET Core Web API and Angular 2. But starting/configuring AngularJS 2 with ASP.NET Core is not straightforward and it requires some manual configurations to be done. If you are not sure how to do it, I recommend you to read this helpful post to find out post how to start with Angular 2 in ASP.NET Core with TypeScript using Visual Studio 2015.
Angular 2 is still in beta (at the time of writing this post), but it has already created a buzz in community. Angular 2 will be a huge learning curve for developers. It is written entirely in Typescript and meets the ES6 specification. And it’s not an update for Angular 1.x. As it’s rewritten and includes breaking changes. So the best way to learn is to compare with Angular 1.x and find out what’s new in Angular 2. In this post, find out difference between Angular 1.x and Angular 2.
Previously I posted about Grunt and Gulp interview questions and in this post, find list of latest and updated TypeScript interview questions and their answers for freshers as well as experienced users. These interview questions will help you to prepare for the interviews, for quick revision and provide strength to your technical skills.