In this article, we’re going to present the full process we went through when we decided to change our main product color palette to make it more accessible and usable. We will list the reasons that got us into this process, the defined goals, the preparations both on the front-end side and the user interface side, and the process itself. We hope both UI designers and FE developers can benefit from our journey of creating a new color palette in an already running and living product in the best possible way, without disrupting other processes in the organization.
Standard Angular Two Way Data Binding is by using the
In this article, I will show how we can create a custom component and using the “BANANA IN A BOX” syntax
[()] for Two-Way Data Binding without using the
Banana in a box it just a template syntax for Two-Way Data Binding
and it combines the property binding and the event binding.
So instead of writing it explicitly:
<my-input [text]="val" (textChange)="val=$event"></my-input>
We can leverage the shortened syntax:
The naming assists us in remembering the order of the brackets of the Two-Way Data…
In this article I will show how we can implement the following Array methods
forEach, map, filter, find and reduce by extend the
This is naive implementation so we will not check validity of given parameters
forEach()method executes a provided function once for each array element.
Prettier is an opinionated code formatter with support for many languages and integrates with most editors.
It removes all original styling and ensures that all outputted code conforms to a consistent style.
First, we want Install the Prettier package to our project.
npm install --save-dev --save-exact prettier
lets create a new file
.prettierrc in the root of our project