|Top 10 From Around The Web: More Angular Resources|
|Written by Lucy Black|
|Tuesday, 20 June 2017|
This round up of interesting posts from external sites has resources for those working with AngularJS, Angular 2.0 and React JS and also looks at websites built using the AngularJS framework.
blog.ti8m.ch - Lazy Angular: Writing Scalable AngularJS Apps
There are two major issues I have faced in the past few years, when writing AngularJS applications, and I have seen numerous other teams fighting the same battles. Out of these experiences the "Lazy Angular" approach came to life. It gives us a project structure which works for both, large and small applications.
zarantech.com - Top 15 Websites and Applications Built with AngularJS
Technologies for website application development such as Angular, React and Angular 2.0 are gradually proliferating throughout the front end web development landscape. This step by step guide shows you key ways to make your charts, graphs, and dashboards more usable through sizing, titles, and legends in AngularJS.
blog.zingchart.com - AngularJS Video Tutorial
Do you use AngularJS? Watch this video on how to add interactive charts and graphs to your project using ZingChart's AngularJS directive. This step by step guide shows you key ways to make your charts, graphs, and dashboards more usable through sizing, titles, and legends... all in AngularJS.
blog.logentries.com - Combining AngularJS and ReactJS for Better Applications
This tutorial teaches you how to split using Angular modules. We are going to break down the code, and add testing and styles to it.
blog.angular-university.io - Top 10 Angular 2 Tutorials, Blogs and Podcasts
Since Angular started its alpha and the code became available on Github in late 2014, many resources have been created on the web for learning it, especially in the last year. This is a compilation of the best Angular tutorials, blogs and podcasts.
dhtmlx.com - Wrappers for Suite Components from an AngularJS Fan
Emanuil Glavchev made an important contribution that many DHTMLX users were looking for. He has created wrappers for some of the DHTMLX library controls that enables using it with the AngularJS framework. Learn about Emanuil's contribution and the work he has done.
juristr.com - Learning Angular: Conditionally Add Styles to an Element
This post describes a few ways to conditionally apply some styles to a DOM element in Angular.
beyondjava.net - Single-Page Applications With BootsFaces
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