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Main Features of Angular Development

Simple & Expressive

Angular is a very popular web framework because of its simple and component-based architecture. It perfect for managing heavy web applications that contain a number of components and complex requirements.

Speed & Performance

Angular executes various web techniques like bundling, compression etc. These techniques decrease the load time of web pages. This improves navigation and enhances UX.

Flexible Development

Angular uses component-based architecture. This allows Angular web development professionals to easily build a fully extensible architecture of the web app. The developed components can be reused easily.

Simplified MVC Pattern

MVC is quite popular as it isolates the application logic from the user interface layer and supports a separation of concerns.

Cross Platform

Angular can be used for any platform from web applications, in Electron for desktop apps and in Ionic for mobile apps.

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19 Jun 2020 | 4 Min Read
How to set up a CI/CD Pipeline for an Angular with Bitbucket and Codebuild

Nowadays we need everything to be automated. So whenever we speak automation, the first impression is that everybody says about CI/CD. Now the Questions is What they are and How they work. I will just go through a little reference for the both of it for the people who are new to this Topic CI i.e Continuous Integrations It is a process for continuously building and testing software using an automated process. CD i.e Continuous Deployment. It is a process for automatically deploying new software updates to the production environment. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This article contains how to create an CI/CD pipeline using bitbucket and codebuild. Prerequisites * Knowledge regarding git and aws services Lets us begin First we have to create a project in AWS codebuild. Assuming that you already have repo of Angular in the bitbucket ‌In Source, for Source provider, choose Bitbucket. And follow the instruction to complete integration for bitbucket. In Primary source webhook events, select Rebuild every time a code change is pushed to this repository Here in the above Image you can see that  i have added 2 Events First Event is for Pull request created and Updated from any feature branch to Development branch. And second Event is for Push if any thing is pushed to development branch directly then it will update. You can add as many condition in which case do you want to run codebuild. Moving towards to Environment section, as you can see i have selected Ubuntu with standard Runtime env using version 4 Moving to build spec, What's buildspec ? it is file with set of instruction for performing task in the codebuild. We need to create this file in the root directory of the project or you can write directly the commands under insert build command which is inside the buildspec menu . Before creating this file we will complete project setup in codebuild. Suppose you want to store the outputs the from codebuild then we need to use Artifacts sections. As of now we are not storing any data. And Last section is About the logs of the for codebuild process , by default cloudwatch logs are checked ,that's all you need to create a project in the codebuild. Lets Create Buildspec.yml in the root of your project version: 0.2 env: variables: CODEBUILD_SRC_DIR: "ci-cd-angular9" phases: install: runtime-versions: nodejs: 10 commands: - npm i pre_build: commands: - npm run lint - npm run start & npx wait-on http://localhost:4200 - npx cypress run build: commands: - npm run build post_build: commands: # Clear S3 bucket. - aws s3 rm s3://trtblogangular9 --recursive - echo S3 bucket is cleared. # Copy dist folder to S3 bucket, As of Angular, builds are stored inside an app folder in distribution and not at the root of the dist folder - aws s3 cp dist/testingStars s3://trtblogangular9 --recursive --acl public-read - echo Build completed on `date` -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What Actually Buildspec does here ? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * In Summary the buildspec file takes runtime variable for codebuild source folder and runs npm i using NODE env as 10. * Once installing of node packages are done we run lint and E2E test cases for the code or for  particular branch. * Once if the Lint or E2E test cases are failed then Build will not be uploaded nor the deployment * If the lint and E2E test cases ran successfully then it will proceed to make build and that is  uploaded to s3 bucket * Additionally if your website is hosted using Cloudfront , we can a add commands for Creating a invalidations [Need provide access to Codebuild Service role with cloudfront full access or read ] For E.gINVALIDATION_ID=$(aws cloudfront create-invalidation --distribution-id XXXXXXXX  --invalidation-batch '{"Paths":{"Quantity":1,"Items":["/*"]},"CallerReference":"$CODEBUILD_RESOLVED_SOURCE_VERSION"}'| jq .Invalidation.Id -r) And wait till the invalidation completes aws cloudfront wait invalidation-completed --distribution-id XXXXXXXXX--id $INV_ID So by implementing this CI/CD, all our changes of the Angular Application can directly go Live whenever we push the code on Bitbucket. Use the URL provided in S3 bucket's properties-> static website hosting to view the website we just deployed to AWS S3. or if you have setup clodufront for the same you can use cloudfront url.You can also clone the demo angular project for CI/CD here [https://bitbucket.org/thirdrockteam/ci-cd-angular/src/master/] If you face any issue while configuring this part, do let me know in the comment section below. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Third Rock Techkno [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/] is a leading IT services company. We are a top-ranked web, voice and mobile app development company with over 10 years of experience. Client success forms the core of our value system. We have expertise in the latest technologies including angular, react native, iOs, Android and more. Third Rock Techkno has developed smart, scalable and innovative solutions for clients across a host of industries. Our team of dedicated developers combine their knowledge and skills to develop and deliver web and mobile apps that boost business and increase output for our clients.

16 Jun 2020 | 9 Min Read
Why Use Angular For Web Development: Top Features & Benefits

Angular is a massively popular instrument for software development today. Launched in 2010, it has remained the most established name in the world of front end JavaScript frameworks. According to Stack Overflow Survey 2019 [https://insights.stackoverflow.com/survey/2019#technology], the Angular framework is the most used web framework after jQuery. What makes Angular so likable to so many web developers? In this blog, we explore the top features of Angular and when Angular for web development is a smart choice. Angular For Web Development: History and Overview Angular is an open-source JavaScript framework for front end development of web applications. Two Google engineers, Misko Hevery and Adam Abrons, had developed the first version of Angular in 2009. It was known as AngularJS and it was primarily meant for the company’s internal uses. Soon, Google officially launched AngularJS as an open-source framework in 2010. AngularJS AngularJS was no less than a revolution in the web development industry. It quickly gained traction as a full-fledged front end framework soon after its launch. The major advantage of AngularJS was that it let developers translate static HTML documents into dynamic content. With robust tools and MVC architecture, AngualrJS became a top choice for web apps, especially single-page applications. Many top companies like PayPal, Upwork, The Guardian chose the AngularJS framework for building their websites. Source: Stack Overflow [https://insights.stackoverflow.com/trends?tags=angularjs] However, the framework could not meet the evolving demands that surfaced with changing web development trends. So, the team decided to improve the original framework and launch a completely new version called Angular. Angular (2+) The Angular team rewrote the entire code and filled up the revised framework with modern features. [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/why-you-should-upgrade-angularjs-to-angular-for-your-web-apps/] They dropped the suffix JS and launched Angular 2. With this release, they provided the framework with component-based architecture and an efficient command-line interface. We will learn more about Angular in the next section. Google has consistently enhanced the performance of Angular by implementing period improvements. From Angular 2 to Angular 9 [https://angular.io/guide/releases], here is a brief timeline of the release of Angular versions: Companies like Forbes and Xbox [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-7-websites-developed-angular-framework-tapan-patel/] have built their websites using different versions of Angular. Why Use Angular For Web Development Choosing the right technology stack for web development [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/how-to-choose-a-technology-stack-for-web-application-development/] requires you to consider building a custom stack or pick one from the commonly used stacks. Angular has remained a part of popular web development stacks like MEAN for the ease of development it brings to the front end developers. As a leading web app development company [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/angular-web-development], we specialize in building robust apps using the Angular framework. Our Angular developers [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/hire-angular-developer/] have worked with it long enough to understand it inside out. Here is a detailed look at the top features of Angular and how it benefits the web development process and performance. 1. Modular structure The angular framework has a modular structure wherein it organizes the application code into different buckets (modules). So all the components, pipes, directives, and services are neatly organized into separate buckets as and when you build them. As a result, you can segregate the overall functionality of the application into exclusive features and reusable chunks of code. This, in turn, also makes it incredibly easy for you to divide the labor amongst Angular developers. Secondly, this modular structure of Angular enables web applications to perform lazy loading. With lazy loading, the browser loads different features of the application in the background. Due to this, users can instantly see and use those features as soon as they reach the viewpoint. Web applications with lazy loading are more likely to be liked by users compared to the ones without lazy loading. 2. Component-based architecture While using Angular for web development, you get the ease of development that comes with its component-based architecture. The Angular framework divides the user interface of the application into independent logical components. These components are organized like a tree and follow a strict hierarchy. You can compress elements with similar functionalities into well-defined components. Since these components are independent, you can reuse the same components for every part of the UI that needs similar functionality. Moreover, the components in Angular are loosely coupled. So you can easily decouple the components you don’t want and easily replace them with other components. This also makes Angular app maintenance very easy and less time-consuming. Lastly, because of the independence of all the components, you can test even the smallest parts of the application in a more organized and easy manner. In essence, the component-based architecture of Angular facilitates easy code reusability, app maintenance, and unit testing. Also, the new developers joining the project won’t find it hard to navigate and understand the application code. 3. Angular CLI Angular’s efficient CLI (Command Line Interface) is one of the major advantages of Angular for web development. With simple, quick commands, Angular CLI [https://cli.angular.io/] automates processes like app initialization and configuration. This automation simplifies the whole Angular web development process and enhances the code quality as well. Using Angular CLI, you can create new projects and add or remove functionalities just by running a couple of simple commands. Additionally, it also enables you to run unit tests as well as end-to-end tests for the application quickly. With the release of Angular 6. the Angular CLI has come up with the NG update <package> command. This facilitates a quick upgrade from one major version of Angular to another. Considering how the ecosystem loved this command, the Angular team released unified location services with the release of Angular 8. This has made the migration from AngularJS to Angular super simple and quick. 4. Dependency Injection Dependency injection [https://angular.io/guide/dependency-injection] refers to a design pattern in which one object supplies dependency on another. When you use Angular for web development, it runs the dependencies parallelly to their components so that the classes derive dependency from an external source instead of possessing them within. This creates a tree of dependency injectors that you can alter without reconfiguring its components. Isn’t that a boon particularly while building enterprise-scale applications with Angular? This hierarchical structure of dependency injection also defines specific connections between all the elements and organizes them into different classes. As a result, there is a clear relationship defining how changes in one element impact the functionality of the others. This enhances the quality of the application code, makes it more readable and easily maintainable. The dependency injection in Angular is a major boost to application performance and also makes the development process faster. 5. Ivy Renderer A renderer is an engine that translates the code written in TypeScript and HTML into standard JavaScript instructions that a browser can interpret. In short, a renderer makes the components and templates of your web application understandable to browsers so that they can display them. Launched in Angular 6, Ivy renderer [https://angular.io/guide/ivy] is the third revised renderer that Angular has released after compiler and renderer 2. The distinguishing advantage of ivy renderer is its tree shacking technique. When the components are at the rendering stage, ivy renderer identifies and removes the unused chunks of code. This makes web applications smaller and much faster to load. Also, Ivy renderer is complemented by an ahead of time compiler which renders your app in the right way during the actual build time. So Ivy renderer not only reduces the size of the Angular framework but also makes it bundle size smaller. Lastly, Ivy renderer facilitates backward compatibility. After an update, you can render your existing Angular application with Ivy without any extra efforts. 6. TypeScript The code in Angular web development is written using TypeScript, a superscript for JavaScript. The main advantage of using TypeScript is you can spot and correct errors in code while actually writing it. It also supports types like primitives and interfaces which ensures higher security of the application. Unlike other newer languages like DART, TypeScript is not a standalone language. It is backward compatible so you can add functionalities to the code using ES5 or any latest ECMA script. TypeScript comes with auto-injection libraries built-in, so it makes the code more predictable and maintainable. It has many more advanced tools that equip Angular applications with seamless navigation and easy refactoring. While the majority of the development community prefers Angular because of TypeScript, many developers avoid using it for the same. TypeScript has a steep learning curve and it adds to the burden of learning one more language. Most Angular developers would agree it is worth the effort considering the benefits of TypeScript. However, if you don’t want to learn TypeScript, Angular also allows you to build web apps using JavaScript. 7. Declarative UI One of the main advantages of using Angular for web development is its declarative UI. In Angular, you don’t have to use JavaScript to define the UI of your web application. Instead, you can do it using HTML which is far less complex than JavaScript. HTML also brings in declarative and intuitive properties to the UI components of Angular applications. This means you don’t have to create program flows manually. Just define the page layout and where the data goes, Angular’s declarative UI will automatically load components as per the layout. This way, Angular saves you a huge chunk of front end development effort and time. 8. Angular Universal With the Angular Universal [https://angular.io/guide/universal] service, Angular enables you to render your web application on the server-side instead of the client-side. This is very beneficial to web applications, especially in terms of improving its SEO performance. Angular Universal provides your app with web crawlers that contribute to your application’s search engine rankings. It also has a significant role to play in decreasing the load time of your web app pages while also enhancing its mobile performance. Overall, Angular Universal is great for making your web application more appealing and easy to use for the users. 9. Angular Material You must be aware of how useful the design guidelines of Google are while designing the UI of applications. Angular recognized the usefulness of these guidelines too and updated the framework using Material Design components. Angular Material [https://material.angular.io/] is one of the most widely used UI frameworks for Angular. [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/8-best-angular-ui-frameworks-for-web-development/] It is an exhaustive library of aesthetically pleasing and easy to navigate reusable UI components. Angular Material boasts of an efficient flex grid layout and numerous theming options along with a comprehensive collection of buttons, form controls, data tables, and more. Angular Material is a complete UI solution that you can use to create a fully functional, consistent, and beautiful UI. 10. Detailed documentation and support from Google Google officially declared long term support for Angular in the ng conference 2017. For most developers, Google’s support towards Angular for web development is proof enough of the stability of the framework. In addition to that, Google equips the Angular community with detailed documentation of how to use various tools of Angular to build functionalities and resolve issues. Whenever you face any issue, there will always be an answer available either in the documentation or in the online community forums. This gives Angular an advantage over other newer front end frameworks like Vue.js. [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/angular-vs-react-vs-vue-which-framework-to-use-in-2020/] 11. Huge ecosystem Since Angular has been around for so many years, there is a huge ecosystem of third-party integrations for Angular. You can take a look at Angular resources [https://angular.io/resources?category=development] for a variety of tools, plugins, packages, and add-ons that are very useful for the easy development of advanced features. These include IDEs, analytics tools, data libraries, and cross-platform development tools. This pool of tools and integration options go a long way in lifting some burden off the development team Should you use Angular for your next web development project?. Because of the component-based architecture, Angular is a great choice for building enterprise-scale applications. Its dependency injection makes it an ideal framework for dynamic single-page applications too. However, if you are planning to build lightweight or static apps, avoid using Angular as it will only add to the unnecessary technical debt. We specialize in building robust, modern applications with Angular and AngularJS. 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12 Jun 2020 | 5 Min Read
Pre-rendering in Angular 9

What is Pre-rendering in angular? Pre-rendering creates a static page when we build an angular application. As a result, the website will load faster and will be SEO friendly without the need for server-side rendering. The pre-rendering is helpful if we want to serve static pages in the application. Why should we pre-render Angular applications? Most of the obstacles that one faces with an Angular application are fixed by following the optimization techniques. Although there are a still a few problems which optimizations won’t fix: 1. SEO (search engine optimization): SPAs (single-page applications) are harder to index by search engines because the content isn’t available on load time. Therefore, the application is likely to fail on several SEO requirements. 2. Slow initial page load: Since the application still needs to be bootstrapped after the page is loaded, there is an initial waiting time until the user can use the application. This results in a bad user experience. Now, we have two way to solve this problem. 1. Server Side Rendering (SSR): SSR executes the Angular application on the server. The server will serve the compiled content in a way that search engine crawlers can read it. SSR is the best of both worlds. The server will render the application, but when the JavaScript bundle is loaded, it will turn into a SPA. The result is an application with rich UI/UX that loads quickly at the same time! 2. Pre-Rendering: Pre-rendering would run generated static HTML files when we create build,  and that is insanely fast. And when the JavaScript bundles are loaded, the browser would take over. What we get after this is Ultra fast loading time + No compromise in the rich SPA experience. Both the technique solves the issue we have above, but if you see the rendering time that we have observed, it will make sense to choose the later. How to implement pre-render Angular applications? First, you need to add angular universal to your project using this command from server-side rendering guide [https://angular.io/guide/universal] Must use Node 12 or above Version ng add @nguniversal/express-engine --clientProject project-example The command will generate all the scripts to run server-side rendering in our application. You need i itt to generate static pages. The next step is to transfer the code fragments responsible for creating the express server from server.ts to a new express-app.ts file. Below is the code that you should paste into the new file. // express-app.ts import 'zone.js/dist/zone-node'; import * as express from 'express'; import { join } from 'path'; // Express server export const app = express(); const DIST_FOLDER = join(process.cwd(), 'dist/browser'); // * NOTE :: leave this as require() since this file is built Dynamically from webpack const {AppServerModuleNgFactory, LAZY_MODULE_MAP, ngExpressEngine, provideModuleMap} = require('./dist/server/main'); // Our Universal express-engine (found @ https://github.com/angular/universal/tree/master/modules/express-engine) app.engine('html', ngExpressEngine({ bootstrap: AppServerModuleNgFactory, providers: [ provideModuleMap(LAZY_MODULE_MAP) ] })); app.set('view engine', 'html'); app.set('views', DIST_FOLDER); // Example Express Rest API endpoints // app.get('/api/**', (req, res) => { }); // Serve static files from /browser app.get('*.*', express.static(DIST_FOLDER, { maxAge: '1y' })); // All regular routes use the Universal engine app.get('*', (req, res) => { res.render('index', { req }); }); Once you copy the code remove the express server code from the server.ts and instead import it from the express-app.ts leaving only the code listening to the port. // server.ts import { app } from './express-app'; const PORT = process.env.PORT || 4000; // Start up the Node server app.listen(PORT, async () => { console.log(`Node Express server listening on http://localhost:${PORT}`); }); Further, now add the main code that performs pre-render of our sub-pages. (you also need to install an additional library to create sub-folders using the command npm install mkdirp @types/mkdirp) // Prerender.ts import * as request from 'request-promise'; import * as mkdirp from 'mkdirp'; import { promisify } from 'util'; import { writeFileSync } from 'fs'; import { Express } from 'express'; import { app } from './express-app'; export const ROUTES = [ '/', '/auth', '/privacy-policy' ]; const mkdirpAsync = promisify(mkdirp); function prerender(expressApp: Express, routes: string[]) { const PORT = process.env.PRERENDER_PORT || 4000; // Start up the Node server const server = expressApp.listen(PORT, async () => { try { for (const route of routes) { const result = await request.get(`http://localhost:${PORT}${route}`); await mkdirpAsync(`dist/browser${route}`); writeFileSync(`dist/browser${route}/index.html`, result); } console.log('Prerender complete.'); server.close(); } catch (error) { server.close(() => process.exit(1)); } }); } prerender(app, ROUTES); // Work around Solution for https://github.com/angular/angular-cli/issues/7200 (This is just for reference) const path = require('path'); const webpack = require('webpack'); module.exports = { mode: 'none', entry: { // This is our Express server for Dynamic universal server: './server.ts', prerender: './prerender.ts' // <--------------- HERE!!! }, externals: { './dist/server/main': 'require("./server/main")' }, target: 'node', resolve: { extensions: ['.ts', '.js'] }, optimization: { minimize: false }, output: { // Puts the output at the root of the dist folder path: path.join(__dirname, 'dist'), filename: '[name].js' }, module: { noParse: /polyfills-.*\.js/, rules: [ { test: /\.ts$/, loader: 'ts-loader' }, { // Mark files inside `@angular/core` as using SystemJS style dynamic imports. // Removing this will cause deprecation warnings to appear. test: /(\\|\/)@angular(\\|\/)core(\\|\/).+\.js$/, parser: { system: true } } ] }, plugins: [ new webpack.ContextReplacementPlugin( // fixes WARNING Critical dependency: the request of a dependency is an expression /(.+)?angular(\\|\/)core(.+)?/, path.join(__dirname, 'src'), // location of your src {} // a map of your routes ), new webpack.ContextReplacementPlugin( // fixes WARNING Critical dependency: the request of a dependency is an expression /(.+)?express(\\|\/)(.+)?/, path.join(__dirname, 'src'), {} ) ] }; You will need to add a new script to package.json for ease of use. "scripts": { ... "prerender": "node dist/prerender", ... } And that’s all, now you just need to build an application in SSR mode and run the command "prerender". npm run build:ssr && npm run prerender In the dist/browser directory, you will find sub-folders with index.html files containing SEO-friendly generated HTML content of the application. If you are using @angular/service-worker then you will need to reconfigure right after the prerender because the checksum value in the index.html file has changed after the html modification. Use the command below to do so. ngsw-config dist/browser ngsw-config.json Conclusion Pre-render allows us to generate html files for every route so that we can serve content faster. To ensure that clients can only download the files that they are permitted to see, put all client-facing asset files in the /dist folder and only honor requests for files from the /dist folder. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Third Rock Techkno [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/] is a leading IT services company. We are a top-ranked web, voice and mobile app development company with over 10 years of experience. Client success forms the core of our value system. We have expertise in the latest technologies including angular, react native, iOs, Android and more. Third Rock Techkno has developed smart, scalable and innovative solutions for clients across a host of industries. Our team of dedicated developers combine their knowledge and skills to develop and deliver web and mobile apps that boost business and increase output for our clients.

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