Posts tagged with 'angular2'
At GrapeCity, we look forward every year to the results from StackOverflow's excellent developer survey. The research is invaluable to help us develop our roadmaps, understand where developers are headed, and what they're thinking about. Here are a few highlights from my first glance at the StackOverflow Developer Survey Results.
"Congratulations to the Angular Team on officially releasing Angular 2!"
We've just released Build 207 and it includes some huge interop improvements, nice new features, some new samples and, of course, bug fixes.
Filtering is an important feature for large data sets and may vary depending on the structure of the data being filtered. In this post, we'll walk through filtering hierarchical data in the FlexGrid control in an Angular application.
As you know, Wijmo has first-class Angular 2 support, and we've been working closely with Google to ensure our controls continue to work seamlessly. We'll keep you updated on any changes within our controls, but in the meantime, here's a look at RC5, Angular 2's latest release.
As part of the Angular 2 custom component series, today we’re looking into how to create a custom component by inheriting a base class. Specifically, we’ll create an InheritedGrid by deriving it from the Wijmo’s WjFlexGrid component.
In this blog series, we’ll look at the two primary methods of creating a reusable custom component in Angular 2: class inheritance and aggregation. We’ll look at the pros and cons of each method and dive into their implementations.
As part of the Angular 2 custom component series, today we’re looking into how to create a custom component using aggregation.
Thanks to everyone who attended the webinar! If you couldn’t attend the live broadcast, here's the video and slide deck.
Hello Everyone! In today's video we'll look at how to build an Angular 2 dashboard in under five minutes. If you haven't watched our Getting Started videos, I highly encourage you to do so as this will walk you through project setup.
Welcome to the Wijmo Input control,an HTML5 and TypeScript-based input control you can use in an Angular 2 application!
Welcome to the Wijmo FlexChart, a TypeScript and HTML5 chart you can build into an Angular 2 application.