As Front End developer who worked in Forune 500 companies such as Raymond James financial advisory company and SwissRe leading insurance broker, in this blog we gonna discuss some famous misconceptions among non- Angular developers. This blog should be unbiased and focused on facts only.
Myth #1: Steep Learning Curve in Angular
Angular reactive forms is a powerful module for managing our forms in web applications but sometimes to solve particular issue we may implement some unnecessary code without realizing there are already builtin solutions available. In this article we are going to review some of them.
When we patchValue, setValue, enable or disable form we have additional option emitEvent, onlySelf to pass as parameter.
emitEvent is an event triggered when our form value or status changes. Hence in official documentation:
*emitEvent: When true or not supplied (the default), both the `statusChanges` and `valueChanges` observables emit events with the latest status and…
In this article we gonna talk about a scenario when we want to set up our custom environment by neither changing local code nor pushing to repository.
As you know Angular provides us environment files where we can store our config. But we still fill those files by writing statically our secret keys or settings. What if due to security, we do not want to share our secret keys to repository? Or what if we want our custom settings in environment and still don’t want to push those changes? The first ideal solution comes to mind is to set up…
Sometimes while working on a project we may have a case when we would like to track RxJs events by order without writing console.log and deleting it every time before releasing PR. This blog may be useful in the below cases:
1- The team refused to integrate the project with NgRx/Store || Akita || NgXs during the initial project setup because it was sounded like ‘overkill’ (typical reaction) then the project became bigger as expected and here we go, we are in production and it is late. …