Published onIn the previous post we put together our dashboard layout component containing our bare layout frame. Now we are going to be putting together a couple components to use with our framing. Hopefully by the end of this post, you’ll have a good idea of how we can swap out different styled navigation bars and side panels. A full screen demo of what we’re going to build Prerequisites Install Node Install Angular CLI Creating an Angular Dashboard Layout - Framing OR Clone this github repository Create a Shared Module Before we start creating our components, we are going to create a shared module.
Published onIf you ever search the for a dashboard layout you’ve probably come across fully themed out templates or a large library to construct your own dashboard but what if we only wanted just a simple structure where we could provide our own themed components. Something that wouldn’t required a large library import or excessively overriding css classes. Well, that’s what we’re going to build out next. A dashboard layout usually consists of a side panel with a navigation bar and a main content section.
Published onGITHUB: https://github.com/jmw5598/angular-generic-crud-service If you come from a strongly type language background such as Java or C#, you’re probably familiar with the concept of Generics. In this post I’m going to explore using generics to created a reusable crud service in Angular. When creating a REST API there is generally a repetitive pattern in how paths to endpoints are created. For example we commonly use the same path as a base changing only the HTTP method to perform different operations.