In this example we see that it is the year, month, and day separated by dashes, then a “T” and the time in hours, minutes, seconds, and finally a time zone. …
Earlier this year I was privileged to be able to help put on ng-conf Hardwired, a last-minute, seat of our pants scramble to turn an in-person conference into an online conference that was all duct tape and baling wire behind the scenes, but turned out great for the audience.
Anyway, I thought I’d just put out there that there were a few talks given at the conference that were truly epic and are absolute must-sees. These are pretty Angular-centric, FYI.
So here’s my list in no particular order:
In my free course on the Fundamentals of Angular, there are just over 2 hours of content on template-driven forms in Angular. One of the main parts of this is coverage of how to validate user input. This is an important part of any framework’s forms handling.
But in Angular, there’s a bit of an unmet promise when you learn about forms validation, and this can be confusing, so I’d like to just quickly cover the issue to help clear up any confusion you may encounter when doing forms validation in Angular.
When you first learn about forms validation, you quickly discover that there are several attributes you can add to an input control to validate that control. Angular’s integration with this validation is simple and effective. …