I have moved my blog to medium. Below are the links for the same.
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Angular 8 is released. Here are some of the features list.
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In this section, I will discuss more on angular playground, which is recently released. Generally, when we work on enterprise apps with many components, directives, pipes etc. Therefore, even for small change you need to load the whole app and do bunch of testing. And this becomes more frustrating when you need to do more iterative changes. For these cases, Angular playground has been introduced.
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Thought of revisiting the basics and writing about that. ES6 is one of the most basic thing which every developer should be knowing. In this series, we will covering complete ES6 end to end. To get started with, I guess arrays will be a good choice. Below are the features, which we will be discussing.
Array Helper Methods:-
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In the last post http://bit.ly/angular-yeoman-crud, I shared about scaffolding angular application with CRUD functionality using bootstrap. In this post, I have created the same example but with material design. All CRUD related infrastructure code is already setup. You just need to replace that JSON based code with API based HTTP calls. You can also refer the same at https://www.npmjs.com/package/generator-angular-material-crud. So, let’s get started.
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I have distributed one generator for Angular CRUD application. This application can be stretched out to accommodate your need. Numerous a period I found that at whatever point I am testing or composing any new application, I need fundamental muck thing first set up. Furthermore, this is somewhat reiteration of same things, consequently chose to offload this stuff with some nonexclusive utility. Subsequently, chose to distribute the equivalent on npm as yeoman generator. You can refer the same https://www.npmjs.com/package/generator-sample-crud-angular.
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I have just launched docker course on udemy and bpb platform. This entire course is a quick guide to get started with docker for .Net Developers.
What you will learn
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In this segment, we will discuss containers. Containerization is another innovation that numerous ASP.NET engineers may not yet have a great deal of involvement with. Docker is the most well known containerization tool today. I’ll clarify how Docker functions at high level and why it’s a decent decision for deploying ASP.NET Core applications. When you set up a server or virtual machine to host your application, think about all the stuff that you need to do. Install dependencies like .NET and third-party libraries, configure things like IIS and NGINX, add environment variables and so on. If you have multiple servers, you have to do this setup manually on each one.
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In this segment, we will talk about how to load and run different web components at the same time. In this way, on the off chance that you all are not comfortable with custom components, you can check my blog around that http://bit.ly/ng-elements. Presently, it sounds like clever what is big manage numerous custom-components, on the off chance that it can work single custom component then it can work with various custom components also. Be that as it may, this isn’t the situation. When, you consume second part, you will get “Zone already loaded” kind of error.
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In this section, we’ll start with Windows IOT Core. Let’s get started with Windows 10 IOT core and the raspberry pi 3. Therefore, let’s jump right in and talk about equipment. The first thing you’re going to need is a Raspberry Pi 3. You’re also going to need a 5 volts micro USB power cable and a micro SD card. The minimum requirement for Windows 10 IOT core is 8 gigabytes, but windows team highly recommend 16 gigabytes. Here I am using 32 GB card.
This is the hard drive for your Raspberry Pi and all of your apps your files your storage and the operating system. I am on Windows 10 PC all the coding happens on here and is and is used to connect to the Raspberry Pi. Here don’t really need monitor unless you are doing any UI application.
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