npm i -D @nx/storybook
npm i -D @storybook/angular
nx g @nx/storybook:configuration
Whenever I call an api, often my frontend has to go through some different visualization steps. Imagine you have some kind of search input and a list which displays the results but you want to show an loading indicator, an error hint and something different when the result is empty.
When I'm setting up a new angular application, I always start with translation support and an external app config json loader. You should never start a new app without an internationalization (i18n) system - even if you only support one language! We are going to use the package @ngx-translate/core.
Recently I recognized that capacitorjs apps does not have a native back swipe support. Little bit weird I thought but the solution is quite simple! iOS - Native To enable the iOS back swipe we need to write a capacitor plugin. I tried it without a plugin but inside the
It always bothered me that you have to define the routing paths as strings. If a route changes, you have to change all references manually. There must be a better way! Routing Constants The constants are for your specific app - here you can define a class which represents your
Update for my previous posts about hosting an angular frontend and ASP.NET Core 6 backend. Prerequirements: * active ionos windows hosting subscription * asp.net core 6 project * buildable angular project Ionos Setup Open up your favorite FTP client and connect it to your ionos webspace. Create two new folders -
My Windows journey started with Windows 98 I think, maybe Windows 95. Now it is the end of 2022 and I was in need for a new laptop. I have been searching for weeks for a suitable windows notebook, tested an Asus ROG X13 but sent it back because hardware
Tailwind breakpoints in typescript with an easy angular component
Sometimes you have to test your local hosted API or website with multiple different devices. They may be on the same network and you can open your local ports in some way to get it working but most of the time it's a messy solution. Tech Stack * Angular * ASP.NET
Recently I had do to implement a simple task: When the user presses the 'save appointment' button, the app should add this event to the native calendar. My first thought was saving an .ical file and open it, till i recognized that this isn't the most user friendly way. After