Thorsten Hans

Thorsten Hans

Stories about Azure, Kubernetes and Cloud-Native Computing

  1. KISS  Angular apps a bit more framework agnostic

    This post describes how to build Angular apps more framework-agnostic. Following the simple samples in this post will make your code more reusable.

  2. Electron CrashReporter - stay up to date if your app fucked up!

    Learn how to deal with the unexpected. How can you deal with errors once you've shipped your Electron application. This post explains how to setup and use CrashPad on all platforms

  3. Integrating Angular and Electron using ngx-electron

    ngx-electron is here to help you! If you want to write a desktop application using Angular, GitHub's Electron is the tool of choice to bring Single Page Applications to the desktop. ngx-electron you'll be quicker and accessing Electron's APIs is even easier from within Angular.

  4. Standard Angular Pipes and ng-translate

    internationalization is important if you build Angular applications for a bigger audience. Learn how to use standard Angular pipes with ng-translate

  5. HTML5 notifications in electron apps with Angular

    Electron takes HTML5 notifications and bridges them to operating system notifications. So you'll learn how to create native HTML5 notifications within Angular.

  6. Using Augury inside of Electron Apps

    Augury by Rangle.IO is currently the best Chrome Extension for debugging Angular apps. Learn how to debug Angular apps inside of Electron using Augury.

  7. Angular Quickie - Why can't I compile my Angular app anymore

  8. Angular and Electron - The definitive guide

    This article guides you through the process of creating an cross-platform desktop application using GitHub Electron and Angular as Single Page Application framework.

  9. Angular Quickie - Async Routes

    Learn how to use async routes in Angular

  10. Pug-up your Angular markup

  11. Angular Quickie — ViewEncapsulation.Native in all browsers

    ViewEncapsulation tells Angular how to render the component in the final website, this post explains how to enable native ViewEncapsulation for all browsers

  12. Testing Angular Apps with Jasmine and TypeScript

    Every developer should be able to write unit tests. This article explains how to write tests based on the popular testing framework Jasmine in combination with Angular and TypeScript.

  13. Angular Quickie - Component ViewEncapsulation and WebComponents

    Angular and WebComponents? Sure! Learn how the different ViewEncapsulation settings work in Angular applications and which impact every setting does have on your resulting HTML output.

  14. Angular Quickie - Local template variables

    In Angular, HTML templates aren't static. By using local template variables you can make your HTML even more dynamic and more flexible. Learn how to use local template variables in Angular, now!

  15. Angular Quickie — Elvis is in tha house

    Angular introduces the Elvis operator. Learn how to use it in templates and how to build more efficient HTML templates for your Angular components.

  16. Angular Quickie — How to structure your projects

    Angular will become the next big thing for enterprise developers. That's why you should structure your source code correctly from the very beginning.

  17. Building an electron app using Angular Beta0 in TypeScript

    Today In contrast to my older ES2015 example, this article demonstrates how to build an Electron application using Angular2 Beta0 and TypeScript.

  18. Angular goes cross platform with GitHub Electron

    This post introduces a small technical demo application which has been built using Angular, ES2015 and Electron. The entire build in this new sample has been created using Gulp.js

  19. Packaging Electron apps as ASAR archive using Gulp.js

    Do you want to ship Electorn Apps to your customers? Then you should always package application insights as ASAR. Learn how to get that done with Gulp.js

  20. Writing an Electron app using Angular and ES6

    Learn how to create a cross-platform desktop application for Windows, Linux and macOS based on GitHub Electron, Angular.JS and JavaScript. In this tutorial, the JS code will be transpiled using Babel and dynamic module loading is implemented with SystemJS.