Drag N Drop using Angular 7

Drag and Drop is one of the new features which is provided by Angular 7. Angular 7 makes it very easy to implement this feature. So here, in this blog, we are going to learn how to drag and drop the items from a list of numbers using a basic example. Before getting started with the implementation there are some basic pre-requisites which is necessary Continue Reading

Designing Data Table in Angular Material Design

Angular Material Table provides a Material Design styled data-table that can be used to display rows of data. Tables in angular material design can be implemented by just adding the mat-table selector to your table component and passing in data. Material Table provides a lot of table data features like sorting, filtering, pagination etc which helps a user to provide a more interactive view of Continue Reading

Working with Arrays using D3.js

In general, whenever we are using D3  we are using for data visualization and if we try to understand the term data visualization in depth then it is nothing but it is a result of a lot of data manipulation using Array. So before starting working with Arrays using D3.js let’s get the understanding of Arrays briefly. ARRAYS: Arrays is used to store the collection of an Continue Reading

Angular application with REST backend solution

We always need interaction between backend and frontend for creating a successful application, but it takes time to integrate backend with the frontend, while they both are working parallelly. So for those who need a fast development without waiting for the backend to create Rest backend with Mock data is a solution for this situation. We use JSON Server to make this possible and help Continue Reading

Different types of Component Selectors in Angular

Components are the most basic UI building block of an Angular app. An Angular app contains a tree of Angular components. Angular components are a subset of directives, always associated with a template. Unlike other directives, only one component can be instantiated per element in a template. There are a lot of properties present inside a component decorator. In this blog, I will focus on Continue Reading

Let’s Observe ReactiveX Observables

Hello! there folks. Today I am going to try to make you understand one of the most interesting and important topics inside Angular domain – The Observables. Angular 2 introduced us with observables. It uses Observables to handle async tasks, event handling and to handle multiple values. Observables are not part of angular itself neither of JS but are imported from ReactiveX library which offers Continue Reading

Unit Testing of Angular Service with HttpClient

Services are basically used to allow your code to share the common functionality across the application. Services play a vital role in every Angular application and promote the reusability of code. And to verify that our services are working properly or not we need to test it using unit testing. First and Foremost thing we’ll do is to create the service which is to be Continue Reading

RxJS Subject and its variants

SUBJECT Subject acts as an observable and observer both which do both listen to new notifications and also send/broadcast it to any dedicated component which subscribes to it. So the first step is to import “subject” in your typescript file. import { Subject } from “rxjs/Subject”; and now quickly create a Subject with just a simple line code written below: let newSubject = new Subject(); Continue Reading

Develop Chrome Extension using Angular 7 | Part – 1

Extensions are the small software programs that are used to customize the experience of browsing. They enable the user to customize the browser’s functionality and behavior to individual needs or requirements. An extension is basically there to fulfill a single purpose that is narrow defines and easy to understand. Chrome extensions are in demand because they add features to Chrome browser to do functionalities/things easier Continue Reading

MEAN STACK: Installation (Part 2)

In the previous blog MEAN Stack: Introduction – Part 1, I have given a brief introduction of MEAN Stack and all the technologies used in it. In this blog, I’ll be discussing the installation of all the technologies one by one for Ubuntu. MongoDB: MongoDB is an open-source document database that provides high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling. The installation of MongoDB Community Edition Continue Reading

DOM Manipulation Using D3.js

D3 (Data-Driven Documents or D3.js) is a JavaScript library for visualizing data using web standards. It is an open-source JavaScript library developed by Mike Bostock to create custom interactive data visualizations in the web browser using SVG, HTML, and CSS. giving you the full capabilities of modern browsers and the freedom to design the right visual interface for your data.

Upgrade to Angular 7 in 5 Simple Steps

Angular helps to build modern applications for the web, mobile, or desktop. Currently, Angular version 7 is the latest version. Up to date with the latest version is very important. Upgrading to angular 7 is just a few simple steps: Firstly, upgrade the angular version globally by adding latest cli version sudo npm install -g @angular/cli@latest Upgrade cli version locally in your project and the Continue Reading

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