New Angular Demos on Github


It’s almost as bad as Sharknado sequels – the infamous Quaternion Calculator is back for yet another appearance, this time with Angular and the Akita state management system.  If that’s not enough for you, then look elsewhere in the repo for a dynamic component demo.  This demo illustrates how to use metadata to drive the layout and internal properties of a component.  In this case, simple JSON data is read from an external source and then used to dynamically instantiate and define properties for an arbitrary number of components. The components may be laid out in any number and any order without rebuilding the application.

And, since I know you want to get your hands on some code, point your friendly neighborhood browser to this link and enjoy!

October 2018 update:  Just added the Typescript Math Toolkit Disjoint Set data structure to the repo.

November 2018 update: Angular 6 demo with Typescript Math Toolkit SimpleGraph class – Minimum spanning tree and clustering with SVG rendering.

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