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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.

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Flexible Development

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Simplified MVC Pattern

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

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21 Sep 2020 | 3 Min Read
What is new in Angular 10 and how to update it.

New Breaking Changes in Angular 10 * Typescript version <= 3.8 are no longer supported. Please update to Typescript 3.9. * Input fields of type ‘number’ fire the ‘valueChanges’ event only once per value change (as opposed to twice in some cases) * UrlMatcher can now return ‘null’ values. * The ‘minLength’ and ‘maxLength’ validation only validate values that have a numeric length property. Angular Update Guide 9.0 -> 10.0 for Basic Apps Before Updating * If you depend on many Angular libraries you may consider speeding up your build by invoking the ngcc (Angular Compatibility Compiler) in an npm postinstall script via small change []to your package.json. * Angular 9 introduced a global $localize() function that needs to be loaded if you depend on Angular's internationalization (i18n). Run ng add @angular/localize to add the necessary packages and code modifications. Consult the $localize Global Import Migration guide to learn more about the changes. * Update stable node version in angular application, use node 12. During the Update * Make sure you are using node 12.0 or later version. * Run below command which should bring you to version 10 of Angular. > ng update @angular/core @angular/cli * New projects use the filename .browserslistrc instead of browserslist. ng update will migrate you automatically. * If getting error in sass then install “sass-lint-auto-fix” and run to fix sass errors. After the Update There aren't currently any changes needed after moving between these versions. Angular Update Guide 8.0 -> 10.0 for Basic Apps Warning: We do not recommend moving across multiple major versions. Before Updating * Make sure you are using dynamic imports []. Importing via string is removed in v9. ng update should take care of this automatically. During the Update * Make sure you are using node 12.0 or later version. * Run ng update @angular/core@8 @angular/cli@8 in your workspace directory to update to the latest 8.x version of @angular/core and @angular/cli and commit these changes. * Run ng update @angular/core@9 @angular/cli@9 which should bring you to version 9 of Angular. * Now project updated to typeScript 3.8. read more about new compiler and fix errors. * If your project depends on other Angular libraries, we recommend that you consider updating to their latest version. In some cases this update might be required in order to resolve API incompatibilities. use ng update or npm outdated to learn about your outdated libraries. * Angular 9 introduced a global $localize() function that needs to be loaded if you depend on Angular's internationalization (i18n). Run ng add @angular/localize to add the necessary packages and code modifications. Consult the $localize Global Import Migration guide to learn more about the changes. * Run ng update @angular/core @angular/cli which should bring you to version 10 of Angular. * New projects use the filename .browserslistrc instead of browserslist. ng update will migrate you automatically. * Angular now recommends the use of a tsconfig.base.json to help organize the various typings contexts (shared, unit tests, end to end tests, application, etc). ng update will migrate you automatically. After the Update There aren't currently any changes needed after moving between these versions. Packages like this are making trouble while updating version 1. bugsang/js 2. syncfusion/ej2-angular-grids 3. ngx-gallery Solution Update package versions that might resolve errors or find similar package like use ngx-gallery-9 instead of ngx-gallery. Conclusion In this blog we were introduced how to update angular version for basic applications. You can take a look at the docs here []. Happy Coding! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Third Rock Techkno [] 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.

15 Sep 2020 | 9 Min Read
Angular Elements

Angular elements are new HTML custom elements which are angular components packaged as custom elements. Custom elements or web components give developers the ability to extend and create their own tags.It can be used without any dependencies. So you can use your custom elements in your React, Angular and Vue applications. You can also use it with your backend. All the advantages of web components applies in Angular elements. Why do we need it? If your Application is small, then you can manage it easily. But If your Application is higher level which contains many sub applications with different frameworks then it is hard to move through. Some of the modules/components which are used very often inside the application and every time we want to release a new version of this application then we also need to release and redeploy this sub application to get the newer version of application. Sometimes our sub application deployed once a week, or sometimes once a month so there is a situation when we have a different version of the same components, this can be handled by elements. You can serve your element on the web. And your application references it just with the URL and gets the latest version of elements without need to redeploy. So you can release part of the application independently. So With the help of this complexity of application goes down. With the help of Angular Elements we can also upgrade AngularJS application into Angular. Angular Elements are: * More reusable * They are framework independent * With the use of this we have less boilerplate How to Create a basic angular elements and use it in our application: Let's create angular elements project and add angular element in our project by ng new angularElements ng add @angular/elements @angular/elements package creates a custom-element API which packs an angular component as a custom element. Custom elements requires ES2015 classes. Support of custom elements and Es2015 may not be available in all the browser for that we need to use polyfill to support in that browser. For that we need to install webcomponents npm install @webcomponents/custom-elements After this package installed in your Application, open "pollyfill.js" and add this two lines in that file. import '@webcomponents/custom-elements/src/native-shim'; import '@webcomponents/custom-elements/custom-elements.min'; To use a component as angular element we need to create component first or we can use existing components. Always use the ‘kebab-case’ form to generate components. ng generate component register-form To use our component as a custom elements: Angular bundle include those components in the final bundle that has been referenced in the template, other components are ignored by it. So we need to tell angular to include this component in final bundle by adding them in entryComponent array of appModule. This component are Loaded dynamically. Here I’m using AppComponent, RegisterFormComponent for custom elements. @NgModule({ declarations: [ AppComponent, RegisterComponent, RegisterFormComponent ], imports: [ BrowserModule, AppRoutingModule, FormsModule ], providers: [], schemas: [ CUSTOM_ELEMENTS_SCHEMA ], entryComponents: [AppComponent,RegisterFormComponent] //It will add component dynamically }) export class AppModule { constructor(private injector: Injector) {} ngDoBootstrap() { // using createCustomElement from angular package it will convert angular component to stander web component const mainPage = createCustomElement(AppComponent, { injector: this.injector }); // using built in the browser to create your own custome element name customElements.define('main-page', mainPage); const register = createCustomElement(RegisterFormComponent, { injector: this.injector }); customElements.define('register-form', register); } } app.module.ts ngDoBootstrap() inside AppModule tells Angular to handle bootstrapping for us. createCustomElement() method takes two parameters: 1. component name which you want to use as custom element 2. Injector: it’s responsible for creating instances of components as a custom element. This process implements a constructor class which is a self-bootstrapping instance of your component. customElement.define() contains the name of the element. Passing the string “app-main-page” inside customElements means that the <app-main-page> element is registered and we can use it inside DOM. We can change the name of the element inside define(), not required to be exact as angular component name. You can also write createCustomElement() and define() method inside constructor of the component. <div class="page-wrapper bg-gra-02 p-t-130 p-b-100 font-poppins" *ngIf="!showRegisterForm"> <div class="wrapper wrapper--w680" *ngIf="showLoginForm"> <div class="card card-4"> <div class="card-body"> <h2 class="title">SIGN IN NOW</h2> <form (ngSubmit)="submitData(registerForm.form);" #registerForm="ngForm"> <div class="row row-space"> <div class="col-2"> <div class="input-group"> <label class="label">Email</label> <input class="input--style-4" type="email" name="email" ngModel #emailField="ngModel" placeholder="please enter email address"> </div> </div> </div> <div class="row row-space"> <div class="col-2"> <div class="input-group"> <label class="label">Password</label> <input class="input--style-4" type="password" name="password" ngModel placeholder="please enter your password"> </div> </div> </div> <div class="p-t-15"> <button class="btn btn--radius-2 btn--blue" type="submit">Submit</button> <p class="label" style="padding-top: 15px;padding-bottom: 15px; text-align: center;">OR</p> <button class="btn btn--radius-2 btn--blue" (click)="showRegisterPage($event)">Sign Up</button> </div> </form> </div> </div> </div> <div class="register-message" *ngIf="!showLoginForm"> <p class="text">Welcome</p> </div> </div> <div *ngIf="showRegisterForm"> <app-register-form></app-register-form> </div> app.component.htmlHere I'm using an “app-main-page” element for the login screen in which I will show an app-register-form element if the user is not registered or the user clicks on the “Sign Up” button. @Component({ selector: 'app-root', templateUrl: './app.component.html', styleUrls: ['./app.component.scss'] }) export class AppComponent implements OnInit{ title = 'angularElements'; showLoginForm = true; showRegisterForm = false; ngOnInit() { } submitData(form) { if ( === { alert('sign in successful'); this.showLoginForm = false; } else { window.alert('you are not register. please register'); this.showLoginForm = false; this.showRegisterForm = true; } } showRegisterPage(event) { this.showLoginForm = false; this.showRegisterForm = true; } } app.component.ts<div class="page-wrapper bg-gra-02 p-t-130 p-b-100 font-poppins"> <div class="wrapper wrapper--w680"> <div class="card card-4"> <div class="card-body" *ngIf="!isRegister"> <h2 class="title">REGISTER NOW</h2> <form (ngSubmit)="submitData(registerForm.form);" #registerForm="ngForm"> <div class="row row-space"> <div class="col-2"> <div class="input-group"> <label class="label">Name</label> <input class="input--style-4" type="text" name="name" ngModel #nameField="ngModel" placeholder="please enter username"> </div> </div> </div> <div class="row row-space"> <div class="col-2"> <div class="input-group"> <label class="label">Email</label> <input class="input--style-4" type="email" name="email" ngModel #emailField="ngModel" placeholder="please enter email Id"> </div> </div> </div> <div class="row row-space"> <div class="col-2"> <div class="input-group"> <label class="label">Password</label> <input class="input--style-4" type="password" name="password" ngModel #password="ngModel" placeholder="please enter password"> </div> </div> </div> <div class="p-t-15"> <button class="btn btn--radius-2 btn--blue" type="submit">Submit</button> </div> </form> </div> </div> </div> <div class="register-message" *ngIf="isRegister"> <p class="text">Welcome {{userName}}</p> </div> </div> register-form.component.html @Component({ selector: 'app-register-form', templateUrl: './register-form.component.html', styleUrls: ['./register-form.component.scss'] }) export class RegisterFormComponent implements OnInit { userName = ''; isRegister = false; constructor() { } ngOnInit(): void { } submitData(form){ console.log(form.value); window.alert('registration successful'); this.userName =; this.isRegister = true; } } register-form.component.tsTo use this element we have to add element tag name statically inside "index.html" using <script> tag or we can use it dynamically. To Package all this thing: Make build using angular-cli: ng build --prod --output-hashing none This will generate a dist folder with a set of javascript file. like this So when we want to use our angular elements we have to add these JavaScript files in our project, and better solution for not to do this we can combine these files in one file and use it whenever we want to use our angular elements. For that we require two additional packages "concat" and "fs-extra" npm install --save-dev concat fs-extra Now create a js file in root of your project folder, here I’m creating  elements-build.js const fs = require('fs-extra'); const concat = require('concat'); (async function build() { const files = [ './dist/angularElements/runtime-es2015.js', './dist/angularElements/runtime-es5.js', './dist/angularElements/main-es2015.js', './dist/angularElements/polyfills-es5.js', './dist/angularElements/scripts.js', './dist/angularElements/main-es5.js', ] await fs.ensureDir('elements') await concat(files, 'elements/framework-poll.js'); await fs.copyFile('./dist/angularElements/styles.css', 'elements/styles.css') await fs.copy('./dist/angularElements/assets/', 'elements/assets/' ) })(); This will copy all the JavaScript files inside one file called “framework-poll.js” and also copy CSS files inside elements folder. Now add this inside "package.json" which is run when we want to make build for elements. "build:elements": "ng build --prod --output-hashing none && node elements-build.js" "scripts": { "ng": "ng", "start": "ng serve", "build": "ng build", "test": "ng test", "lint": "ng lint", "e2e": "ng e2e", "build:elements": "ng build --prod --output-hashing none && node elements-build.js" }, "private": true, In terminal run "npm run build:elements" which will generate a dist and elements folder. Inside elements folders there’s “framework-poll,js”  file which contains previous JavaScript files. To use our angular elements we have to add angular elements tag name which we have define inside appModule with the above JavaScript file. <!doctype html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>AngularElements</title> <base href="/"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> <link rel="icon" type="image/x-icon" href="favicon.ico"> <!-- Font Icon --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="fonts/material-icon/css/material-design-iconic-font.min.css"> <!-- Main css --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/style.css"> </script> </head> <body> <app-main-page></app-main-page> <script type="text/javascript" src="framework-poll.js"></script> </body> </html> index.htmlAnd our angular elements starts to work when we run this file. To run this locally , we have to add index.html file where “framework-poll.js” placed. Here it is inside elements folder. And serve this file using http-server. Just ensure that tag name is same as define inside app.module.ts file. Angular element is just an HTML element. So we can do all the things which we do on simple html tag like, set it’s attributes either by static declaration in template or by calling setAttribute method, interpolation, input and output operation. We can also hide or show based on condition like we do above for registration form. Output for login screen, For login screen element tag name is <app-main-page>. Output for registration screen, For this screen element tag name is <app-register-form> which is placed inside html file of app.component.html. This screen opens when we click on Sign up button This screen open when user is not registered and when he tries to login without registration. Conclusion This is how we can convert our standard angular components as angular element and use it with angular framework or any other framework.

07 Sep 2020 | 8 Min Read
Why Are Developers Planning To Drift Towards React Instead Of Angular?

Technology has a way of evolving continuously. Based on how it keeps changing, user behavior and web based apps too continue to change. Programming languages and tools are most certainly directly affected by these changes. What may be the most popular language today may be a forgotten story tomorrow. Each day, a new enhancement threatens to turn a familiar language or framework archaic and obsolete. While out of the two that we are about to discuss in today’s blog none have been pushed over to the edge of extinction, we have most assuredly sensed a general migration from Angular towards React. Today, we will try to understand why this drift is occurring amongst modern developers. Evolution and Change As discussed right at the beginning, there is no doubt about the fact that the entire industry of technology and related businesses rely largely on evolution. This maybe because we, as customers, have probably learnt to demand more from our devices. It may also be perhaps because of the extremely competitive nature of the present day market. In order to survive and stay relevant every technology stack has to update itself. Just like a shop keeper has to accommodate modern day customer requirements and grow their business, languages, regardless of whether it is HTML, JavaScript, or even Python have had to undergo continuous evolution. This, in part is a very big reason so as to why many programming languages and technologies lost graces in the eyes of developers. So, without any further ado, let us dive into the most prominent reasons that have contributed towards the drift from Angular to React JS. Understanding Angular Angular is essentially an open source software engineering platform, supported by Google. It is primarily used for building the ‘front end’ or the user interface. Misko Hevery and Adam Abrons [] developed this framework in 2009 and eventually launched it in 2010. Its two most popular features include: a. Data Binding b. Dependency Injection Interesting fact about Angular is that before its time, HTML, the web mark up language could not be interactive and had to remain static. This meant that the final website that a user would see would only be a display of the content rather than any interactive interface. With the advent of Angular [] , HTML based documents could be converted into dynamic content, thereby making it a very popular and hot choice for developers. Positives a.Deep Linking for dynamic pages: With the help of this feature, the state of the application can be encoded into the URL for bookmarking. This allows restoration of the app from the URL to the same state. b.Directives: Creating custom HTML Tags which essentially work as custom widgets can be done using directives. In case you wish to manipulate GOM attributes, or decorate elements with behavior, then having the right set of directives makes it extremely easy. c.Full Testing Environment: Angular is omnipotent in the sense that it doesn’t require any additional plug in for testing. Negatives a.Substandard Performance: While this may not always be the case, for the most part, dynamic apps showcase slower performance and don’t necessarily work as expected. b.Scope of ambiguity: Angular is huge. It is a mammoth. This is why; there is always a scope of ambiguity and lack of clarity in terms of exploring the framework in its entirety. There’s always more than one way to complete the tasks. However, the huge developer community is very helpful in case anyone is getting stuck anywhere. Moving on to React JS React is currently the most popular JavaScript front end library with a huge community to back it up and offer support. In its most basic element, React is a component based library that is primarily used to create interactive user interfaces. React brings a whole new set of possibilities that make viewing a page an easy and uncomplicated experience for the user. To understand this better with an example, let us look at page updates. Earlier, the user would be forced to refresh the entire page in order to see new notifications, but today, because of cool new features such as the live text editor and so on and so forth; one can view notifications and messages without having to wait for refreshes. However, it is important to note that React is just a component based library and not an entire framework. It is a front end library and involves the view components of MVC (Model View Controller) Positives a.DOMS: constructing effective virtual DOM known as Document Object Model or vDOM, React facilitates the creation of light DOM tree and the ability to save it on the server-side. This is how it works: ·        While user is interacting with Internet resource, new vDOM is being continuously being created. ·        Existing DOMs are compared to the existing or the recent ones. ·        In case both of them have differences, the vDOM is rebuilt. b.Server-side Rendering: With React, one can build isomorphic/universal web apps. Typically, one would have to wait for JavaScript loadings before viewing the website, but with the help of React’s server side rendering, the loading of the start page is much accelerated. c.SEO Friendly: React presents the ‘first-load experience’ by server side rendering and connecting event-handlers on the side of the user. This makes it innately SEO friendly. d.Always Up to Scratch: The React library enjoys the support of the Facebook community and therefore all its code samples and libraries are always up to date. Negatives a.May take time to learn: There is definitely a learning curve to using React. This may be partially because of the fact that it isn’t a full fledged framework and just a component library. b.Huge Library: While many attribute this as an advantage, having such a large library can also be one of the major causes for concerns for developers as it makes simple tasks very ambiguous to approach and finish. When to Use Angular Over React? Every developer has his or her own style of working. Each brand brings its own unique set of requirements for their websites and web apps. This is why; there may not be a single fool proof answer to why you may choose react over Angular. However, in the following table, we have tried to showcase the various parameters that a developer may want to look into before making that decision. ParameterReact JSAngular JSTypeJavaScript LibraryComplete FrameworkUse Of LibrariesCan Be Packaged With Other LibrariesComplete SolutionLearning Curve SmallBigCommunity SupportLowHighInstallation TimeHighLowBest FeatureAllows you to choose tools, architecture, and librariesLimited freedom & flexibilityData BindingOne-WayTwo-WayTesting & DebuggingRequire Set Of ToolsOne Single Tool DocumentationFasterSlowerUpdatesSimpleComplexIdeal ForNative-Rendered Apps Large-Scale AppsModelVirtual DOMMVCWritten InJavaScriptTypescriptTemplateJSX + J5 (ES5/ES6)HTML + TypescriptGitHub Stars180 K80.8 K 8 Useful AngularJS Tools for Developers to Build Creative Web Apps Read More [] React Benefits over Angular React is Fast and Efficient We’ve already discussed how React, unlike Angular, is a component library and not a framework. This means that with React, you are no longer restricted to work upfront with the DOM (Document Object Model). You now have the advantage of working with a layer of the vDOM (Virtual Document Object Model). This plays a large role in lending speed to React solutions, as is the need of the hour. For situations where in a developer is in rendering mode continuously, React would automatically diff on the Virtual DOM. What this means is that instead of the whole paraphernalia, React only updates the particular part of the actual DOM that requires an update. vDOM also facilitates in limiting problems related to cross browser issues with access to unified cross browser API. React Does Exceedingly Well with Component Based UI React is just hand in glove with component-based User Interface. The biggest advantage is that by modularizing the components, React is able to separate the concerns for each of them. Each component is ready to now be created or tested individually. The beauty of working with React is that it innately focuses on solving a problem by presenting a tool to develop the component. React Allows You to Exploit the Advantage of JSX When working with React you can totally exploit the advantages that JSX has to offer. JSX is essentially its own syntax which assists with the development of components. This becomes the nucleus where elements from HTML and JavaScript can be blended. Apart from this, JSX also allows implementation of inline styles which basically allows JavaScript DOM manipulation that is in lined with HTML. As if on cue that developers would need a little more, the JSX also empowers the developer to utilize the various JavaScript functionalities including, but not limited to, map and filter showing the DOM nodes. React, Unlike Angular Offers Single Data Binding Benefit We all know that Angular offers a provision for two-way data binding and React outshines it hands down with its Flux architecture. Basically, Flux is an architecture that allows one way data flow in JavaScript Applications. This was originally developed by Facebook using the view library. The goal of adding this feature was to ensure that working with React can be made simple. It has also made it extremely easy to find and fix bugs. Its cross framework integration ability makes it very easy for the developers to work with creating larger and more diverse multi functional web apps. Conclusion As mentioned above, each developer has his or her own set of favorite tools and languages. It may not be wise to say that Angular’s days are numbered or that React is the only option that developers are looking at today, however, there is no denying the fact that there are so many advantages that React brings over Angular that many developers are opting for it. In the community of web apps developers, a very apparent shift in tastes and preferences is observable. This blog post has tried to showcase some of the reasons that have made React so popular over Angular, but if we’ve missed any, or if you strongly disagree with us, feel free to put down your points in the comments section. []Third Rock Techkno [] is a leading IT services company. Our pride lies in our resources. We have experts in web, voice and mobile app development from all over the world. With over a decade’s worth of experience, Third Rock Techno has worked with latest technologies including angular, react native, iOS, Android and more. Our clients from all over the globe across industries, approach us for smart, scalable and innovative solutions.

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