October 17, 2016

Angular 2 use ngSwitch ngIf ngFor without additional DOM Element

Probably you want as little DOM elements as possible. You can use a ng-container instead of a regular HTML element in order to receive reduced markup. Example of ngSwitch:

Example for *ngIf:

 

Can Kattwinkel
Developer at thecodecampus </>


October 7, 2016

Angular 2 Animate.css Tutorial – How to use Animate.CSS in NG2 Application?

This Article will serve as a guide to implementing Animate.css animations with Angular 2 animation system. Animate.css is a popular and handy library for simple CSS Animations. We’ll apply the animation to a component and control it via a button. We will not use ngClass but convert the Animate.css to fit Angular 2 Animate. Final Result:   Git […]
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Can Kattwinkel
Developer at thecodecampus </>


April 12, 2016

Avoid Memory Leaks in AngularJS Unit Tests

Memory Leaks When it comes to unit testing in AngularJS there are many things that, developers like us can and will do wrong. The most crucial one is to create memory leaks in our unit tests, which mostly result either in a crash of the unit test runner (browser crash) or in creating a coherence/dependency between […]
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Kai Henzler
Developer at thecodecampus </>


March 2, 2016

Angular 1.5 Multi Slot Transclusion

Angular 1.5 Multi Slot Transclusion Transclusion is one of the most useful features when it comes to writing reusable Angular directives. Even if you never heard of what it is, you might have used transclusion before without knowing it. The version 1.5 of AngularJS adds a long awaited feature: Multi Slot Transclusion, that allows us developer […]
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Kai Henzler
Developer at thecodecampus </>