Being a Front-End (Angular5+) Developer gives you the power to build amazing things for the web. But sometimes you need to do some tricks that you might find hard to build or make. Building things using Angular is prone to a lot of errors and problems
So I created this series of articles to build a real-world app with some amazing features that we’re going to build. Together.
Before we begin, English is not my first language, so if you see something weird, please, calmly point it out in the comment section or email me, there’s no need for violence :)
Table of Contents:
Final Demo here
Let’s see what we’ll build at every part.
At the beginning build just a simple
Angular 5 app using
Angular cli. We’ll start very simple then add anything we want.
Angular Material with
Angular Material is the best choice for
Angular, so you have to add it to your app to give it some appearance. I love the material design by the way.
Deploy our application to Netlify
We’ll deploy our application to
Netlify to make it ready for our next step.
PWA Angular 5 app
With the same app we built at the previous step we’ll turn it into a ( Progressive Web App). PWA is a trend in the web these days. Building website that can work offline and other options.
Build Dynamic theming for
Building dynamic themes for our app would be amazing, toy can let your users choose their favorite theme. And you can create your own themes.
FlexLayout to make our app responsive
FlexLayout to turn our app into responsive app as
Angular Material does not have a
Build News Application using Angular 5
Angular Service to fetch data from
newsapi to show some news on our application and control them.
That’s all, If you want me to update this series with any other article you can comment it below!
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