Een paar dagen even lekker (ver) weg in Zuid-Limburg, prachtig weer, ergens bovenop een berg, met een stunning view. Ideale ingrediënten voor een paar dagen met de mannen ouderwets offline. Op een adembenemende locatie. Bij Hofleverancier De Smockelaer. Zouden de royals hier zelf eens gelogeerd hebben? Okay, voordat het ons […]

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UX design - drag n drop
Remember using jQuery UI’s Draggable and Droppableplugins, for building drag and drop features in web applications? Awesome, wasn’t it? Now, what if we could implement drag and drop functionality just as easily in Angular projects? Over the last months, I have been improving my drag and drop implementations in Angular several times. During […]

Drag and drop in Angular (new #tutorial series!): introduction

angular-app with trackBy
This blog is part of an Angular instructional / tutorial series, please find the first edition here: Angular structural directives demystified. Optimize your Angular app using trackBy When rendering lists using Angulars ngFor directives, objects are compared by reference. This is fast, but can result in unwanted DOM manipulations. Luckily, you can avoid these using […]

Optimize your Angular app using trackBy #tutorial

This blog is part of an Angular instructional / tutorial series, please find the second edition here: Optimise your Angular app using trackBy. Angular structural directives demystified As Angular developers, we use structural directives like ngIf and ngFor all the time. But how do structural directives actually work? Structural directives are responsible for adding, removing, […]

Angular structural directives demystified #tutorial

fork angular http
Most AngularJS developers are probably familiar with the concept of HTTP interceptors: a mechanism for modifying request and responses. This feature is commonly used for cross-cutting concerns such as authentication, logging and error handling. When Angular 2 was introduced it became clear there (initially) would be no equivalent for HTTP […]

Fork your HTTP client: supporting non-global HTTP interceptors in Angular