November 2018

How to Update Angular Projects to the Latest Version

  • Satish 

Up and Running To start on our goal to update Angular, make sure you have the latest version of the Angular CLI installed. If you don’t, you can install it with the following command: npm install -g @angular/cli@latest If you need to remove a previous version of the Angular CLI, you can: npm uninstall -g @angular/cli angular-cli npm cache clean npm install -g @angular/cli@latest After that, you’ll need a copy of the code from part 5. This is available on GitHub.… Read More »How to Update Angular Projects to the Latest Version

AngularJS and Angular 2+: a Detailed Comparison

  • Satish 

In recent years, we’ve seen Angular grow tremendously as a framework and as a platform for developing single page applications (SPAs) and progressive web apps (PWAs). AngularJS was built on top of the idea that declarative programming should be used for building the views. This required decoupling the DOM manipulation from the business logic of the application and the approach had many benefits on its own. However, AngularJS had many shortcomings in terms of performance and how things worked under… Read More »AngularJS and Angular 2+: a Detailed Comparison