Angular ng-conf Champion Articles
I was honored to be selected as an Angular ng-conf Champion. It was really cool to be on the floor during my first ng-conf and watch the announcement
As part of my activity in this role, I will be posting regular articles on Angular covering its use in science and engineering applications. This post serves as a perma-link to all the articles.
I hope you find something of use in them and best of luck in your Angular efforts!
– Angular Elements: So Easy, Even A Mathematician Could Do It (also covers Angular running inside React)
– Scientific Visualization With Angular (bonus link to single-quadrant graphing engine as an Angular Component)
– Editing Tabular Data In Angular (illustrates a lot of techniques I’ve used in actual applications)
– Dynamic Component Generation in Lazy Loaded Routes (how to create components programmatically from JSON data, all loaded on-demand in Angular 8)
– Cubic Beziers in Angular (creating cubic Beziers with arc-length parameterization and four-point interpolation using the Typescript Math Toolkit – PixiJS used for rendering)
– Cubic Bezier Splines with Angular 8 and PixiJS (use PixiJS to render a cubic Bezier spline that passes through a number of control points in an Angular 8 application)
– Integrating maps into your Angular application with Leaflet (How to integrate Angular 8 and Leaflet Maps to produce maps that fluidly adapt to changes in browser size).
– Angular State Management With BehaviorSubject (an introductory example of state management for simple models using the RxJs BehaviorSubject).
– Freehand Drawing in Angular (a variable-width, speed-dependent freehand stroke, packaged as an Angular attribute directive).
– Random thoughts on randomness in Typescript (Typescript utility functions that are helpful with computations dealing with random processes).
Submitted For Review
– Component-Based Forms (sub-forms built with highly re-usable, standalone components – also covers in-depth details of credit-card validation)