Angular 2 has many welcoming new features and dependency on TypeScript. You can surely code using ES5 or ES6 however using TypeScript is most beneficial and the industry is heading towards that. However as we are adapting this new framework, developers often face issues while setting up a workspace. Today we will learn How to setup Angular 2 with TypeScript Development Workspace to make the learning path little easier.
Filters in Angular JS provides a way to format the data before displaying. Angular JS filters are useful to keep the business logic separated from the logic to display data and they are absolutely reusable across the application. In my experience, filer is an easy topic to discuss in Angular, so I will not be spending a ton of time explaining each filter. Lets find out how to use filter in Angular JS.
In The Best Way to Master Angular JS series I have given a high level overview of the Angular filter. Find it here.
I have already posted an article on ui-router which explains the basics of Angular routing and ui-router. This is an extension of that article where we will learn almost everything on how use ui-router with Angular JS.
You can find the previous article in the Part 5 of The Best Way to Master Angular JS series.
This is the last part of our series How to Learn and Master Angular easily – Part6. We will complete our TaskTracker application and will also learn about Angular filter, $rootScope, $watch etc.
In Part 5 we went through Routing in detail using ui-route and implemented that in the app.
Let’s try to finish our application with the knowledge we have gained so far. We will start with creating the New Label.
This How to Learn and Master Angular easily – Part5 is the most important article in our “The Best Way to Learn and Master Angular JS series”. We will mostly concentrate on Routing and then restructure our TaskTracking application.
In the Previous Part 4 we have learned about Promises, Expressions and Native Angular Directive.