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Week Two of Learning Angular Part 2

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Thursday, March 25, 2021, In : angular 
This is Week Two of Angular Part 2, click here to see Week Two of Angular Part 1.

What else impresses me about Angular so far
I am so excited about their pipes and how easily it is to change the format of your data!

Two-way Binding
Following the Angular Tutorial from Programming with Mosh, I kept getting the following error: "NG8002: Can't bind to 'ngModel' since it isn't a known property of 'input'." After some googling, I realized that with my version of Angular installed, I had to go to my app...
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Week Two of Learning Angular Part 1

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Monday, March 22, 2021, In : angular 
I'm officially on my Week Two of Learning Angular. Click here to see Week One. I'm finding that as I'm noting all of these while I'm learning, it's helping me immensely and I hope it'll help you. I decided to purchase Mosh's Angular Tutorial for $15. It seems like a great deal for 30 hours of tutorial and I don't have to waste time weeding through materials and watching in between ads from Youtube.

Components
To make a class a component, you have to add the decorator at the top like import {Com...
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Week One of Learning Angular

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Saturday, March 20, 2021, In : angular 
I decided to start learning Angular and TypeScript this week. I looked at a 2 hour YouTube video by Programming with Mosh to get a good glimpse at it before I started practicing along. After looking at the video in normal speed for 2 hours (I would speed it up if I am going over it again), without getting my hands in code on VSC, I was really intimidated by my first tutorial on Angular. However, it also reminded me of Java, using interfaces, classes and constructors. Besides for looking at a ...
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Cloudinary Implementation with Multer

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Friday, March 5, 2021, In : node 
Since Heroku does not keep my uploaded files from the deployed link after a day, I had to find a solution to this. Because their file system is ephemeral, which I learned the hard way, I had to find a cloud service that would store my uploaded photos. Read more from Heroku on what it means to be ephemeral and their suggestions on how to store uploaded files.

After googling online for suggestions, I went with a free plan with Cloudinary. Their Node.js SDK documentation is very thorough.  You ca...
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