Category: Angular

Latest on the ESPC Community
Latest on the ESPC Community
Blog Posts

Grow and enhance your skills with the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Community. Joining the ESPC Community, gives you access to the online resource centre at sharepointeurope.com, providing the best, free content on SharePoint, Azure and Office 365. Topics covered include Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, SharePoint Framework, Office 365 Groups, OneDrive, PowerApps & Flow, Security,… READ MORE

Angular 6 application hosted on Azure Storage Static website
Angular 6 application hosted on Azure Storage Static website
Blog Posts

A few days ago Microsoft announced a new public preview feature for Azure Storage called Static website. It enables you to host a static web app using Azure Storage which is multiple times cheaper then a traditional required Web App. Reason enough to give it a try. Create a Storage account To use the Static website feature we need… READ MORE

Angular HTTP Tips for Success
Angular HTTP Tips for Success
Blog Posts

I love working with the Angular HttpClient. It is easy to use and was designed to work with RxJS. It is vastly different from the AngularJS implementation, if you’re curious I wrote about these differences here. However, there is one common issue that developers fall victim to. The issue really relates to TypeScript generics. I have also written about generics in TypeScript here. But in… READ MORE

Bullet proof AngularJS migration using iframes
Bullet proof AngularJS migration using iframes
Blog Posts

Table of Content There is always other baggage You have to clean house before you migrate The iframe solution Route Ownership Sharing State So how does this all help? TL;DR: I’m proposing an alernative solution for migrating from AngularJS which uses iframes, there is a demo you can try here http://alt-angularjs-migration-using-iframes-demo.azurewebsites.net/ and the source code is here https://github.com/jawache/alt-angularjs-migration-using-iframes-demo The official AngularJS migration path is an amazing solution, I’ve never seen… READ MORE

[Full Session Video] SharePoint & Angular Elements
[Full Session Video] SharePoint & Angular Elements
Blog Posts

Following the historic moment, where Vesa Juvonen, MCM, Microsoft, USA  shared the Keynote with Rob Wormald, Google, USA , at the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference, we have now added Rob’s full session video on SharePoint & Angular Elements. Angular Elements is an Angular Labs project that allows Angular developers to use the skills they know from… READ MORE

Essential Angular for ASP.NET Core MVC - Creating the Data Model
Essential Angular for ASP.NET Core MVC – Creating the Data Model
Ebooks

Download ‘Creating the Data Model’, an exclusive preview chapter from the book Essential Angular for ASP.NET Core MVC by Adam Freeman. Discover Angular, the leading client-side web framework, from the point of view of an ASP.NET Core MVC developer. Best-selling author Adam Freeman brings these two key technologies together and explains how to use ASP.NET Core… READ MORE

SharePoint Framework: Multiple webpart instances within the same page Angular2
SharePoint Framework: Multiple webpart instances within the same page Angular2
Blog Posts

In August 2016, I’ve added a quick guide to how to build an angular2 webpart using the awesome new -back then- SharePoint framework http://www.sharepointtweaks.com/2016/08/sharepoint-framework-angular2-sample.html also it was basically to demonstrate what can be done in a context of a github issue https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-docs/issues/7 As Andrew Connell pointed out it’s rather an angular limitation , which if we search… READ MORE

Tutorial: Visual Studio 2017 + Angular 4 = SharePoint Online add-in
Tutorial: Visual Studio 2017 + Angular 4 = SharePoint Online add-in
Blog Posts

In the early days, in order to develop SharePoint-based systems, software engineers had to use heavy environments based on Windows Server OS with installed SharePoint Servers and other prerequisites. With SharePoint Online and add-ins, there is now no need to use those “beasts” anymore. However, what about “true” Visual Studio? Will we receive any gains in… READ MORE