Let’s Observe something about Observer APIs.

Observer APIs

This article is the continuation of the below article. If you didn’t read the below article I suggest that to read. Because It will be helpful to understand about Observers APIs.

https://medium.com/weekly-webtips/observer-apis-in-javascript-part-i-fdd88b779a4f

We already discussed Mutation observers and Intersection observers in the above article. Let’s continue with the next.

Resize Observer:

Resize Observer is used to observing changes to DOM Element’s size. It waits for the changes being made to the target element size.


Let’s Observe something about Observer APIs.

Observer APIs

Observer:

Observer is an object which monitor or observe something continuously and it notifies after something changed.

Observer APIs:

Observer APIs are very useful to detect changes in the applications. The following are the different types of observer APIs in JavaScript. Each type of observer observes different things.

  1. MutationObserver
  2. IntersectionObserver
  3. ResizeObserver
  4. PerformanceObserver

Mutation Observer:

Mutation Observer observes the DOM tree. It waits for the changes being made to the DOM.

MutationObserver interface will notify us when the particular element’s attributes, text or contents changed. And also it monitors the child nodes whether it has been added or removed.


Often when we are using JavaScript techniques inside Angular, we almost forget about the framework’s features. Let’s utilize them.

Usually, there are two concepts in DOM Manipulations.

  1. Modifying DOM Elements.
  2. Modifying DOM Structure.

Modifying DOM Elements:

We are familiar with a lot of javascript methods that modify the DOM element. Some of them below,

  1. classList.add()
  2. setAttribute()
  3. style.setProperty()

These all are javascript native DOM element methods.

There are multiple ways to modify the DOM elements in angular. We will discuss almost every method and choose the best among them.

Method: 1

Concepts:

  1. Template reference variables.
  2. ElementRef.
  3. @Viewchild/@Viewchildren.
  4. AfterViewInit.

Definitions:

  1. Template reference — Reference to a particular DOM element.


Everyone wants to code faster, cleaner, and keep their code minimal without spending much time on it. In fact, I give more importance to that.

I listed out my favorite points which I frequently use.

  1. Aliases for Import
  2. Optional chaining
  3. Nullish Coalescing
  4. Array Methods(map, filter, reduce)
  5. Interface
  6. Arrow functions, Spread and Rest operators
  7. Object Destructuring

Aliases for Import:

Aliases for the imports are very useful while we are using the same file’s import in multiple files. Let see the example of this.


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Manoj Selvam

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