In terms of development precise, meticulous and scrupulous doesn’t mean perfect, but almost. We normally start from something like
So imagine you receive a Sketch file, should I do exactly as the design is? Well, if it is a great design deserves to do pixel by pixel.
I am going to summarise as much as I can some approach and methodologies for you to achieve development products that match visually and aesthetically in a 99% its designs…and of course with my favourite framework, Angular.
Have a look to that 👇
Nx is like a kind of framework for creating modern projects, its app skeleton is similar to a mono-repository. There, you can have your Front and Back end and shared all your interfaces and classes between them, that one of the top benefit I saw
Have a look to these links if you have no idea about what I am talking about
Understanding a chart with d3 v6
D3js is human readable sometimes, however in certain occasions you see a chart you want to create or just copy from somewhere else and
In this post, we will see a tutorial for basic bubble chart that may help you. To be honest, it is a tutorial also for myself. In the past few years, I have done like ten bubble charts and every time I start from scratch.
First question, what is Bubble Chart…
A scatterplot with variable dot size
from https://www.data-to-viz.com/ which is an amazing, fantastic and awesome resource that you should…
Starting with a framework solves many problems; some of them are very hard to learn from the very beginning. However, we can even build many things faster than in a
vanilla mode. In fact, I almost used
NgRx Data before
Now, I am going to tell you about my experience with a problem — I couldn’t figure out a solution for a long time.
But before that, we will also learn how to:
To finally see how to intercept native NgRx data actions-request for firing…
New features are coming into NGRX, one of which is ngrx/component. It brings plenty of opportunities to make our programming easier & faster. Apparently, it appears onto the scene to help us get rid of the
async pipe in templates. But also, under the hood, it takes maximum advantage for Angular life cycles.
We will explore it briefly, and in the meantime, you will see the base of some concepts to understand why we should use this. Finally, we are going to apply it to an easy project done with NGRX, getting the benefits of this feature.
The use case…
Nowadays, everything is thinking 🤔 or fullness 💭, we don’t want to be less.
Why such a cool title? Well, you still don’t know how difficult is thinking in components and how much time you can save if you sit down and wait for a bit having a thought about your tasks (before doing of course).
In this post, we look to educate ourselves when we start coding components. We will see some parts of the huge ecosystem around world of componentization in Angular
Documentation is great, but sometimes you don’t understand really well how to get involved in a new technology, or you don’t even see real advantages in using it. One thing that confuses me every time I start a new project or check any project in NGRX is how to initialize the store and states.
We are going to walk through some improvements that can be done in a basic project (already done in NGRX) managing its reducers. We will get the state of the art concerning what the documentation says about NGRX reducers. …
Managing Angular NgRx Toastr Notifications
For those who are very impatient here is the link with the code on StackBlitz & GitHub
Are you using NGRX and you don’t know how to manage your notifications in an elegant way? I mean, leaving your applications in a more understandable way and not doing any spaghettis notifications in your clean code?
I will show you how you can treat the notifications in your app as a side actions from effects of another actions.
If you arrive here, searching for something related with NGRX you already…
Reducing boilerplate for creating charts
In this article, I’ll explain a way to reduce code in an Angular Application with visual d3 components.
I wrote this article based on my experience from years working with Angular. Feel free to correct me in the case there is something wrong.
After writing some code and once you have learnt the good way of doing it and so on, writing and writing the same again and again starts to be very boring, isn’t it?.
As I said in my first post…
Hi, everyone. In this article, I’ll explain several problems that I used to find every time I had to do something with a visual component in Angular and D3.
Just to enlighten you, I’ll use a line chart graph based on this example:
It’s nothing too complicated — it’s just for creating something basic like a line chart with random data.
There are so many ways to initialise a chart in D3 with Angular, so it can be a problem. …