When building web applications, sooner or later, you will need to build either a drag-and-drop feature to allow intuitive interactions or a grid system UI to allow arbitrary positioning of elements in the layout. There are libraries for either of them in Angular 2, but there are no libraries for Angular 2 Drag-And-Drop Grid System as a whole.
Although this post is written at the time of Angular 2, it is also applicable for Angular 4 and future versions of Angular, according to the official Angular branding guideline.
This is where this blog post comes in as I will talk about how to implement such a system. Continue reading →
I have heard from various sources that Angular 2 is a complete re-write of Angular 1, but I did not believe it until I tried it. From Angular to Angular 2, (almost) everything has changed.Continue reading →
Web apps are not new, but there is a new term Progressive Web App (PWA) introduced by Google. What is it exactly? I got a taste of how it feels like developing one during CS3216 Assignment 3. Continue reading →
During the process of rapid prototyping of web application, one issue kept coming up during meetings and discussions, and that is decision. Very often, these web app decisions are between short-term benefits versus long-term benefits. Continue reading →