Updated on March 28, 2017
This article will attempt to draw similarities between the various Angular scaffold types in regards to Angular 1 and Angular 2+ (known as AngularJS). The sections will be separated by Angular 2+ scaffold types, while the similar Angular 1 types will be described within each section.
Updated on March 7, 2017
Angular is a framework that offers impressive testing ability through unit tests and template-based testing, which we will consider template-based unit testing.
Updated on December 20, 2016
Many of you might have run into this error at some point in time:
Error: $digest already in progress
This is typically created when someone calls $scope.$apply() in the middle of their code. Angular can be finicky about calling $apply when the $digest loop (2) is being executed. The error is essentially saying “I’m already $applying a bunch of stuff, I can’t add any more to the list right now.”
Updated on September 18, 2016
There are a number of different methods used to test code, we’ll discuss integration testing and unit testing.
A unit test is a test which is written to verify the functionality of a relatively small piece of code. They are intended to be narrow in scope and cover what the programmer considers useful.
With Angular, there is no excuse for not testing.
Updated on August 4, 2016
This article will describe some standard methods to use to optimize your websites. It will also include some tricks for Angular that will increase its performance. This is not going to be a comprehensive article, but it should highlight some of the key components of website and Angular optimization.
Updated on August 2, 2016