Version 10 of Angular now available
Version 10.0.0 is here! This is a major release that spans the entire platform, including the framework, Angular Material, and the CLI. This release is smaller than typical; it has only been few months since we released version 9.0 of
How to create an Angular Pipeline with Jenkins
In this article, you’re going to see how to set up Jenkins from scratch and create and run an Angular pipeline — all in about five minutes. Don’t worry if you’re not familiar with Angular. The same principles hold for
Angular 9.1 having support of TypeScript 3.8
This is a minor release of the framework and the CLI that is a drop-in replacement for 9.0 containing new features and bug fixes. Build Speed Improvements Today, the Angular libraries you use are made compatible with the Ivy compiler via our ngcc tool.
What is new in Angular 9?
The 9.0.0 release of Angular is here! This is a major release that spans the entire platform, including the framework, Angular Material, and the CLI. Version 9 moves all applications to use the Ivy compiler and runtime by default. In
New Features In ES2020
Announcing the Capacitor ngAdd Schematic
Let’s take a look at what Capacitor is and how to add it to an Angular project First off, let’s go over what Capacitor is and how it relates to other cross platform projects out there. At a glance, Capacitor
Role-based API with Firebase: Deploy and consuming the API from Angular App
In Our Previous Post about to build the role-based Api with Firebase, we had covered the Role-based Auth, Firebase, Building API and Creating a Firebase HTTP Function. Let’s move on the remaining part of it with this post. Deploy
How to build a role-based Api with firebase authentication
Introduction Almost every app requires some level of authorization system. In some cases, validating a username/password set with our Users table is enough, but often, we need a more fine-grained permissions model to allow certain users to access certain resources