Since we’ve last touch based on Angular 2’s standing, there have been many changes made to one of many beloved products of Google. Most notably, a few of Angular 2’s ever-elusive release candidates have finally been released to the product. A whole new router has been released, new *ngFor syntax, a revamped module-based dependencies, and
Upgrading Angular 1 to 2 and migrating old code is easier than you think. We demonstrate this by migrating the Angular 1 OrderBy Filter to an Angular 2 Pipe.
UPDATE (May 2016): This is written for Angular 1.x. While Angular 1.x is not close to being deprecated, we have an updated series written specifically for Angular 2. Check out part 1 of the new series to learn how to migrate Angular 1.x filters to Angular 2 pipes, and part 2 for how to migrate
Step-by-step guide to create an Angular directive that displays a sortable table using any data set. We use this to trim our HTML files by over 50%!
Tech junkies unite! This year’s Google I/O announcements provided several interesting updates that have potential to impact and improve hotel web development.