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Learn to build single page web apps using Angular 5 and TypeScript by working through 70+ mini-projects. With hundreds of code examples you gain a thorough understanding of the Angular 5 ecosystem and how to work within it.

Angular 5 Projects

You'll begin by understanding the benefits of Angular 5 vs older versions, and how this benefits your applications. You'll then move onto mini-projects that teach you JavaScript, TypeScript, how to use editors, Node, CLI, components, modules, directives, Webpack, dependency injection, widgets, routes and navigation, observers, reactive programming, and RxJS.

Once done with downloading, next you need to install the necessary packages required to run this application locally. The npm install command will install all the needed angular packages into your current project and to do so, run the below command.

None of the configuration properties are required for tinymce-angular to work. Specify a Tiny Cloud API key using apiKey to remove the This domain is not registered... warning message.

src: This folder contains app folder which contains all the files and folders those are required to create an angular app like your all components, HTML page, module, page specific CSS, data files [interfaces or classes] etc.

tsconfig.json: This is the main configuration file for typescript. The angular compiler looks for it when you make any change in the code and save like what is base URL, target version of javascript, compile or not on save etc.

So, let move to demonstration part again and see how to use ngx-bootstrap components. Here we will not implement all components but yes give you ideas how to implement ngx-bootstrap components with angular 5 projects.

In this post, I will walk you through setting up Spring Boot Angular 5 project for building production grade applications. We will make use of Maven build tool. We will create separate modules for frontend and backend so that frontend and development teams can easily work on the project. In many projects, I saw people keeping frontend assets in src/main/resources. It then becomes difficult to use build tool and package manager for frontend code.

To make it easy for you, I have created a Spring Boot Angular 5 starter project that add more goodies to the stuff covered in this blog. You can give shekhargulati/spring-boot-maven-angular-starter a try. There are many useful features in the starter as mentioned below:

2. If you use push state URL in Angular then yes it will be an issue. One solution that I have used is to create a catch all route in the backend that returns the index.html as mentioned in this stackoverflow post -angular2-how-to-handle-html5-urls

Hi Shekhar,I have a existing project of angular 4.3 using npm build.I want to build my front-end using npm instead of yarn. Would you please assist me what i need to change and add any extra mvn dependency.

Currently, Visual Studio includes ASP.NET Core Single Page Application (SPA) templates that support Angular and React. The templates provide a built-in Client App folder in your ASP.NET Core projects that contains the base files and folders of each framework.

A simplified, updated template is available starting in Visual Studio 2022 version 17.5. This template creates two projects in the initial solution and eliminates several configuration steps compared to the previous template. This article describes the project creation process using the new template.

Ensure your Ionic configuration file has the appropriate type. The project type for v3 is ionic-angular. The project type for v4 is angular. If this value is incorrect, the CLI may invoke the incorrect build scripts.

The single-spa-angular project is overseen by the single-spa core team, but largely maintained by the community using it. This is because the single-spa core team is stronger in other frameworks and often doesn't have the expertise to fix bugs in a timely manner. There are a few community members who help us actively maintain the project, which we greatly appreciate. If you have Angular experience, we'd appreciate your help in maintaining the repo. To do so, set up notifications by watching the single-spa-angular Github repository. Also, please join the #maintainers and #angular channels in Slack.

First, create an angular application. This requires installing Angular CLI. Note that the --prefixis important so that when you have multiple angular applications their component selectors won't have the same names.

Note that this only applies to Angular versions pre Angular 8. Up until Angular 8, we maintained an angular builderthat allowed us to control the webpack config, but since Angular 8 we use@angular-builders/custom-webpack instead. See documentation forusing the custom webpack builder with single-spa-angular and Angular 8+.

Starting with Angular 8, single-spa-angular's schematics install and use @angular-builders/custom-webpack to modify the webpack config. The schematics also create an extra-webpack.config.js file in your project where you can modify the configuration further.

Older versions of single-spa-angular@3 and single-spa-angular@4 created extra-webpack.config.js files that did not pass options into singleSpaAngularWebpack. When you upgrade to newer versions, you'll need to pass in the options as shown above.

In addition to modifying the webpack config directly, you may alter some of single-spa-angular's behavior by changing the angular.json. Configuration options are provided to the section of your angular.json.

In order to avoid this is recommended using '/' as APP_BASE_HREF and repeat the url prefix for your Angular app in every route component and router links. If you set /angular in your Angular app activity function for mount when the url starts with this value you'll have to add /angular prefix in all links.

You can see several discussions about this issue in single-spa-angular GitHub repo: Router not working without APP_BASE_HREF and How to handle router links between different single-spa application subrouters

"single-spa helpers" refers to the in-browser portion of single-spa-angular. The helpers are used by all versions of Angular andregardless of whether you are using Angular CLI or not. This is the core of the single-spa-angular library that makes it possiblefor Angular applications to bootstrap, mount, and unmount. Seesingle-spa lifecycles for more information.

Note that having only one instance of ZoneJS is different than having only one zone within that instance. single-spa-angularautomatically will ensure that each of your Angular applications has its own isolated, separate zone.

When you have multiple apps running side by side, you'll need to make sure that theircomponent selectors are unique. When creating a newproject, you can have angular-cli do this for you by passing in the --prefix option:

Custom props are a way of passing auth or other data to your single-spaapplications. The custom props are available inside of the bootstrapFunction passed to singleSpaAngular(). Additionally, if you use theangular cli schematic, you may subscribe to the singleSpaPropsSubject in your component, as shown below:

Scripts in your angular.json are not loaded by single-spa.This is because single-spa applications have to all share an HTML file.(read more). You can remove the scripts from your angular.json because theyhave no impact on your single-spa build.

To do this, you may change your angular.json or run ng build --rebaseRootRelativeCssUrls. In the angular.json file, you should modifyarchitect > build > options and update the property rebaseRootRelativeCssUrls to be true.

The polyfills that you specify in your angular.json file will not be loaded automatically. This is because we should only loadpolyfills once in the root HTML file, instead of once per application.

Let's imagine that we have 2 Angular applications and the root-config application. Angular applications want to share dependencies. First of all, we need to exclude Angular dependencies from their bundles, this can be done via Webpack externals property, but single-spa-angular@6.2.0+ has an option that will exclude rxjs, @angular/* and single-spa-angular/* packages:

This is because Angular's enableProdMode throws an error when it's called multiple times, but it will be called multiple times when dependencies are shared. single-spa-angular calls the original enableProdMode but swallows the error.

single-spa-angular exports the getSingleSpaExtraProviders function that adds SingleSpaPlatformLocation to the platform injector. This function should be called in each application (even if that application doesn't use routing). We also have to share the single-spa-angular package because applications should reference the same SingleSpaPlatformLocation class. Assume that app1 is created earlier than app2, app1 doesn't call getSingleSpaExtraProviders() when bootstrapping the root module, but app2 does. The platform injector is created eagerly when the platformBrowser() is called for the first time. The app2 will then try to retrieve the SingleSpaPlatformLocation, but there's no such injectee within the platform injector since app1 didn't declare this dependency.

Production bundles also don't use @angular/compiler and @angular/platform-browser-dynamic packages. You would want to use minified packages when the root-config is built in production mode. One approach could be to use if-else conditions within the root-config .ejs template:

Additionally, single-spa-angular provides a component to make using framework agnostic single-spa parcels easier. This allows you to put the parcel into your component's template, instead of calling mountRootParcel() by yourselves. 041b061a72

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