Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority, It’s automated, open and free by Internet Security Research Group (ISRG). Sponsored by big shots like Mozilla, Facebook, Cisco, Chrome, and so on ( see other sponsors here ). Thanks to them now we can get “https” for our sites for free.
Since the Let’s Encrypt, there are many clients including the native one’s to get the certificate ( You can get and contribute to native client here ). …
Today morning I woke up by an alarm, ohh! wait, I mean by several frequent alarms on my iPhone just like any other day, after getting up from bed followed as usual daily schedule reading blogs, reading news, turning on TV listening to music and after sometime when I feel hungry I order some random food from a very long and confusing menu from some XYZ food delivery app, then contacting my friends over phone, playing games on PS or Laptop, and hell lot of things.
My point here is today I realised I’m so much dependent on my gadgets, from waking me up in the morning to telling me whats going around in world to contacting my friends over the globe. …
I’m not a AngularJs (or Angular) Expert or any proffesional in Angular. If you are here to learn something about Angular Then I’m just like you. I’m writing this to get my hands dirty with Angular and for people out there like me.
Enough talk Lets get started!
Before actually beginning I will suggest you to visit the Angular site once. Checkout some of their conferences, some features or whatever else useful you can get.
HTML is great for declaring static documents, but it fails when we try to use it for declaring dynamic views in web-applications. Angular lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your application. …