Angular Testing you don’t scare me

Angular Testing you don’t scare me

The first time I opened a test file, which we usually find after creating a new project using Angular CLI, I felt a bit lost. As I was much more familiar with test frameworks such as XUnit or NUnit, I tried to match the parts of a test file in NUnit and those present...
Testing our API with GraphQL and Hot Chocolate

Testing our API with GraphQL and Hot Chocolate

In my previous article. i showed what GraphQL is and how we can create an API with HotChocolate. Starting from the code on my repo https://github.com/AARNOLD87/GraphQLWithHotChocolate let’s see how we can test the project. This is not a unit test,...
Creating our API with GraphQL and Hot Chocolate

Creating our API with GraphQL and Hot Chocolate

How often have you called an API and received more data than needed? Or, on the contrary, you obtained less than necessary and therefore have to make more calls to different endpoints to have all the information required?Those two events are...
Creating Angular components libraries

Creating Angular components libraries

It often happens we need to solve a problem already solved in a previous project using a simple copy and paste of the code. This is a fast and easy solution, but it may cause secondary effects, the worst of whom is the discovery of a bug that needs to be corrected in...
Managing the drag & drop in Angular

Managing the drag & drop in Angular

Is it possible in a web application to display data in tabular form and allowing the user to move columns with the drag and drop? In this article, I will tell you about my experience in an Angular project. Let’s start with basics using the HTML tag <table>:...