And potentially save yourself heaps of time. 🥳

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getAllApps(): Observable<any[]> { 
return this.httpClient.get<any[]>(this.appsUrl);
}
getAllApps(): Observable<App[]> { 
return this.httpClient.get<App[]>(this.appsUrl);
}

Introducing the problem


What are they? And how are they used?

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Build a simple Ghost table animation that will make your users crow.

Ghost animations and Angular.

Creating the Ghost Table

ng generate component ghost-table
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Photo by Kalen Emsley on Unsplash

Here’s a juicy list with in-depth reviews and links.


The simple-pimple guide to expose slow HTTP requests that are frustrating users and no doubt causing revenue loss.

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Need an advanced guide to creating a dynamic Angular form?

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Need a quick intro to dynamic Angular forms?
Here’s a 3-minute guide to get you started.


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Interested in joining the big guys by adding NX to your .NET Core Angular App?

Here’s a complete step-by-step guide that will show you exactly how to integrate .NET Core, Angular and NX (Nrwl Extensions)


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The ultimate guide to implementing feature flag functionality in your Angular application

Let’s explore 3 different ways that you can use to add simple and powerful feature toggling to an Angular app.

Getting Started

1. The simplest way to add feature toggling to your Angular app


Here’s a complete guide to help you decide if you should add jQuery to your Angular application.

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