I’ve been thinking…
…how can I be more useful to the community, since I’m getting so much out of it(taking advantage? 😅). So, I came up with some sort of an idea, here goes nothing:
Since I’m doing a lot of courses in my free time, maybe I can share my notes with the people interested. This would offer a glimpse of a technology/framework/algorithm etc. It would _**_not_ be a comprehensive course or anything, just a _GLIMPSE**.
So, without further ado, here are my notes from a course on NativeScript and Angular. They might not make a lot of sense, but just in case they do:
Install Angular in easy step by step process. Firstly Install Node.js & npm, then Install Angular CLI, Create workspace and Deploy your App.
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
Sass in Angular is an extension of CSS that allows you to use things like variables, nested rules, inline imports. Angular supports Sass, CSS, and Less.
In this NativeScript tutorial, we convert a custom toggle bar using NativeScript Core with TypeScript, into its NativeScript Angular equivalent.
The how and why of using the --create-application flag with Angular CLI to create a Workspace without the initial application A nice addition to Angular CLI 7.0.0 was the --create-application flag. In this article I will discuss how and when to use this new feature. It will be especially useful when creating Angular libraries. NOTE: Angular CLI accepts both camelCase and kebab-case for this option. So, anywhere you see --create-application, you can also use --createApplication. For more detail