When life gives you lemons, make lemonade; and when Marvel provides you an API, make an Angular app. In this article, we will do the Hulk Smash! and create an awesome Marvel comic explorer app using Angular and Marvel Comics API.
Squirtle, without a doubt, is my favorite Pokemon and I am open for a debate. You can check the Pokedex on your own or create a Pokedex on your own. Let us talk about the second option in this article, and with the help of PokeAPI, Angular and Bootstrap such crazy demands can be achieved.
After having a nice cup of morning tea/coffee, users of your web app needs to get their data table/grid loaded in a blink of an eye. Pretty neat with data in the range of hundreds but when data is in range of "K" things are not okay. But with the help of paginated API and corresponding UI we can tackle this situation. Obviously, in this article will make and bake a paginated UI with sorting and filtering using Angular and Bootstrap 5.
The single select dropdown is cool, but what if we have to implement multi-select, search enabled, with toggle all option dropdown? Challenge accepted. This article focuses on creating a cute looking multi-select dropdown in Angular with the help of Bootstrap 5.
Bootstrap 5 is nothing but love and a dream come true for many developers. With its many features and ability to fight alongside any JS framework makes it insanely powerful. This article focuses on getting along with Bootstrap 5 with super heroic Angular.
I found Axios a great library to make calls to a third party API, it's easy to understand, demands lesser coding, Promise me to return the data, works perfectly with a async/await style, get along with TypeScript.
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