I was recently working on an Angular 2 project that required a modal to be displayed to the end user. I decided to build a reusable component / service that can be injected into any other component and can manage the state of the modal.
The following is a trimmed down example of how to get an http service up and running with Angular 2.
Over the past few years, I have worked on a few projects that require internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) configuration files. The best way I have found is to use the domain key approach. This allows for fine-tuned control in your translations to each “page” or domain.
Angular’s built-in routing works wonders. you can do so by either registering the route with the hash in the URL or you can states ( html5Mode set to true ). This will leverage html5’s push state to route URLs. Unfortunately, this will cause some issues when attempting to refresh the browser.
Building a website? Looking to improve your html and css skills and not look like a fool? This is my list of HTML5 & CSSs No No’s, Tips for Maintainability, Now don’t get me wrong, if the job gets done and the client is happy you did well. What I’m talking about in this article is if any other competent developer sees you going against these guidelines you will be judged. These so happen to also be a list of my pet peeves and usually makes me want to punch small children. Anyway lets get started!
Let’s start by drawing a mental picture of the moment we are all too familiar with. You have a great idea for a project, you know every piece of a project except for one thing, the design. The most amazing and frustrating part of a project, you are tasked with is creating the UI / UX. It must be something simple, memorable and most of all intuitive, or as most clients would put it, make it like Apple. Sometimes you need a little inspiration to design up something that fits in all of those criteria. This is my top 25 list ( in no specific order ) of sites I browse when looking for graphic design ideas.