React Js – Show and hide elements based on state

This tutorial explains how to show and hide elements based on ReactJS. This method is applicable for all type of components. Below is the link for code sample used in this tutorial. https://github.com/codegeous/showhidereactjs To make your website load faster for free, watch my video on cloudflare CDN – https://youtu.be/IbnEyRzi5O0 Please subscribe to the channel for more videos. – https://

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Dynamic Imports for Lazy Routes – What's New In Angular Version 8

The Lazy Route configuration in Angular is changing syntax to adopt standards supported by VSCode, WebStorm, and the ecosystem as a whole. Learn about what the new syntax does, and how to use it.

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Going Full Stack Angular with NestJS

Combine your frontend and your backend into a single project with cohesive patterns by using NestJS. In this demo I show off adding NestJS to an existing Angular application and take advantage of their tooling to show off Server Side Rendering with a fully integrated frontend and backend. Learn more about NestJS: https://nestjs.com

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AngularJS with Django – Conflicting template tags || angular with django || angularjs synax change

#django #angular #tags Django and angular.js are using a conflicting templating syntax, relying on double curly brackets, eg. `{{ something }}`. This template-tag mitigate the problem by allowing the use of {% ng something %} in a django template, which is then outputed as {{ something }} for angular.js to use. Mixing AngularJS and Django Template placeholders AngularJS with Django – Conflicting template tags interpolateProvider is used to replace the AngularJS template tags Using AngularJS template tags in Django TemplateSyntaxError when rendering html template using django and angularjs Using AngularJS template tags in Django -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: “create data dictionary using code” https:// -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

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💥 Learn Several Angular Advanced Features – ng-template, ng-container and ngTemplateOutlet

This video is part of the Angular Advanced Library Laboratory: Build Your Own Library Course – https://angular-university.io/course/angular-advanced-course?utm=yt-ll-1-c&grpp=t&couponCode=ANGULAR_LIB_LAB_YOUTUBE In this vide owe are going to continue improving our tab container component: we will add it the possibility of receiving as an input an Angular template defined using the ng-template tag. Then we will render the template to the screen using ng-container and ngTemplate Outlet, we will show how to give the tab container buttons a default look and feel but still allow this part of the HMTL to be overriden. For more videos tutorials on Angular, check the Angular University website – https://angular-university.io Follow us: Twitter – https://twitter.com/AngularUniv Google+ – h

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Angular: XSS without HTML tags

Retrieving parameters from the user and later displaying them on the website always carries risk of XSS attack. But can you perform such attack without using the html tag? Subscribe: https:// XSS happens when an unauthorized JavaScript code executes on our website. Why is this attack dangerous? Using this code, we can steal the data of current user and perform some action on his behalf. For example, post a post on a page or delete a photo. When we google for XSS payloads, we can find many pages that provide a list of potential text strings used by pentesters. It is a common practice to use the alert() function, which displays a popup with our message in the browser’s window. If with use of these payloads, we make it to display a popup, it

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Curso de Angular – Optimizar SEO en Angular

Curso / Tutorial para Optimizar SEO en Angular con un service muy sencillo que modifica nuestros Metadatos (metatags, tags). Para todas las versiones de Angular (Angular 2, 4, 5, 6, 7). #Angular Código de modificación de Metatags: this.meta.updateTag({ name: ‘twitter:card’, content: ‘summary’ }); this.meta.updateTag({ name: ‘twitter:site’, content: ‘@MiTwitter’ }); this.meta.updateTag({ name: ‘twitter:title’, content: config.title }); this.meta.updateTag({ name: ‘twitter:description’, content: config.description }); this.meta.updateTag({ name: ‘twitter:image’, content: config.image }); this.meta.updateTag({ property: ‘og:type’, content: ‘article’ }); this.meta.updateTag({ property: ‘og:site_name’, content: ‘My Website Name’ }); this.meta.updateTag({ property: ‘og:title’, content: conf

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Angular Image Upload Made Easy

Uploading images is a common requirement in Angular apps and this video, we see how easy it is. Limited Offer! Join the Full Angular Course at 90% off: https://acad.link/angular Exclusive Discount also available for our Angular + Material + Angularfire Course: https://acad.link/ng-app Find the video and an article on our website: https://academind.com/learn/angular/snippets/angular-image-upload-made-easy Check out all our other courses: https://academind.com/learn/our-courses ———- • Go to https:// and subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated and to get exclusive content & discounts • Follow @maxedapps and @academind_real on Twitter • Join our Facebook community on https:// See you in the videos! ———- Academind i

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How to get the value of the selected HTML radio button with Angular – Kevin Chisholm Video

https://blog.kevinchisholm.com In this video, I’ll explain how to get the value of the selected radio button with Angular. The demo code gets its dependencies from UMD, using system loader: https://github.com/kevinchisholm/video-code-examples/blob/master/angular/templates-and-data/option-element-get-selected-value/www/system.config.js Angular comes from here: https:// Here are a few links that might be helpful for this video: https://gist.github.com/kevinchisholm/24867592eb12c8cc49202daa1329907a#file-home-component-ts https://github.com/kevinchisholm/video-code-examples/tree/master/angular/templates-and-data/option-element-get-selected-value When working with Angular, you may find that you need to act upon the choice that a user makes with a set

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