While I was working on my own personal website, I searched for some text effects I could use on my site. Since I was writing my website in Angular 10, it was hard for me to find a suitable, easy to use, solution. An Infinite Type and Delete Animation in Angular 10
While I was working on my own personal website, I searched for some text effects I could use on my site. Since I was writing my website in Angular 10, it was hard for me to find a suitable, easy to use, solution.
So I wrote one ;)
If you want the easy way — you can skip this article and just click my easy-to-use solution. if you're having problems you can find a demo in there also.
If you want to know how to do it yourself, you've come to the right place. Let’s Start.
The first thing you need is an Angular app. I assume you know how to create one :). now let’s add a new component, let’s call it — type-delete-component. I’m using CSS but you can use what you want, it’s only a few lines.
Install Angular in easy step by step process. Firstly Install Node.js & npm, then Install Angular CLI, Create workspace and Deploy your App.
Animations, in general, provide the illusion of motion: HTML elements change styling over time. Animations in Angular can improve your app and user experience in several ways: Without using animations, web page transitions can seem abrupt and jarring. Motion drastically enhances the user experience, so animations give users the chance to detect the application’s response to their actions. Good animations intuitively call a user’s attention to where it is needed.
In this article, I will be sharing my experience of publishing my first Angular library to NPM. This post will cover steps right from creating the library to detailed NPM publishing steps.
What is Angular? What it does? How we implement it in a project? So, here are some basics of angular to let you learn more about angular. Angular is a Typesc