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Web Dev Roundup: Angular and Friends

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Web Dev Roundup: Angular and Friends

In this month's roundup, we look at how developers are using Angular with other technologies to create interesting projects.

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Welcome to this month's edition of the Web Dev Zone Roundup! Last month, we looked at some awesome articles on React.js. So today, we're going to look at some awesome projects our community have created by combining the Angular framework with other popular technologies, such as Spring Boot and ASP.NET Core. While I've already written a post like this on Angular, which you can find here, I hope some of these awesome projects will bring something new to the table and inspire more great feats of development! 

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The Gang's All Here

  1. Build a Basic CRUD App With Angular 5.0 and Spring Boot 2.0 by Matt Raible. A developer advocate gives a tutorial on how to create a basic web application using the Angular and Spring Boot frameworks, as well as how to add authentication to this application. 

  2. Angular 2 and Spring Boot: Development Environment Setup for Full Stack Developers by Amit Rathi. A developer discusses how you can build and launch a development environment that is strong enough to only need a few developers supporting it, but flexible enough to later split up the front-end and backend duties as it continues to scale up.

  3. CRUD Operations With ASP.NET Core Using Angular 5 and ADO.NET by Ankit Sharma. A great tutorial that walks you through getting ASP.NET Core and Angular set up on your machine, as well as all the C#, TypeScript, and HTML code you need to create a fully functioning (if simple) application. 

  4. Creating a Simple Web App With Java 8, Spring Boot, and Angular by Ashish Lohia. A developer walks us through how to use three of the most popular technologies among web developers today (Java, Spring Boot, and Angular) to create an application. 

  5. .NET Core 2.0 With Angular 4 and MySQL, Part 4: Repository Pattern by Marinko Spasojevic. A developer shows how though this pattern can be tricky at first, once you are familiar with it, it will reduce the amount of redundant code and make your logic much easier to maintain. And if you like this article, check out the rest of the series that has thus far been published on DZone:

    1. Part 1
    2. Part 2: Project Configuration
    3. Part 3: Logging With NLog
    4. We're on Part 4 :)
    5. Part 5: GET Request
    6. Part 6: POST, PUT, DELETE
    7. Part 7: Angular Components 

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