This past week I spent a good portion of my time working on an Angular project. It is only the second Angular project I have worked on so my experience is limited. But I wanted to write down some thoughts on what I felt using this technology. My future self might like to remember what it was like.
Some people use the terms prototype and mockup interchangeably. In my mind, these are two different concepts and serve slightly different needs.
Security is a fundamental aspect of any website application. This is especially true for Angular applications (and other browser-based applications). Here are some notes, links, and samples I have used to help me implement security correctly.
In this day and age, it is required that all websites use SSL. So I want to ensure I am using it wherever possible. When developing locally with Angular, I wanted to use https://localhost:4200/. I found a couple of ways to help, but it didn’t go exactly as planned.
Modern IDE tools provide a wealth of productivity features including automated code inspections. These analysis tools run in the background and give you advice (suggestions) or raise warnings (or errors) when they discover a problem. How you react to them is important. Let’s see how not to do it.