Angular Material datepicker component does not support by default time picking. It is just for selecting a date or a date range from the calendar UI. So, here we will discuss the implementation challenges of 2 of the most used Datetimepicker alternatives.
This project is a pure REST API demo, exposing just a couple of protected endpoints. It is based on Java version 17, and the latest releases of Spring Boot 3.2.1 (announced on DECEMBER 19, 2023) and Spring Security 6.2.1 (announced on DECEMBER 21, 2023). It shows the 4 very basic beans required for the default JDBC-based Authentication for implementing a fundamental custom security configuration class based on the SecurityFilterChain. You can use it as a base repo for further customizations.
Take the following guidelines and create a new Angular project with the version of your choice. Bash script included!
In this post I will go through the important points of using nvm, and also, we will see how you can automate the process of switching Node.js versions.
Angular uses special syntaxes that allow communication between the component code (Typescript class) and its HTML template. You will find this post to be quite useful as a quick reference for various options Angular offers us when we work on templates of the components.
Set up Copilot in VS Code and use just 1 GitHub account linked to Copilot, simultaneously with any other additional GitHub account.
This post is about how to use any component as a dynamic component in Angular.
How we can start with CodeSandbox and our Angular projects. Also, how to avoid the “Invalid Host header” error.
Using a shared service to exchange data between 2 unrelated components is a quite used practice. Here, we will go coding in a step-by-step manner, to see how we can use the Subject’s flavors and avoid some commonly faced pitfalls.
A case-study using a Custom implementation of the “weird” UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter, as @Component. This is actually the case when an auto-created bean (e.g.: an AuthenticationManager instance in a @Configuration annotated class) is required in a @Component annotated class (e.g.: a custom filter extending the UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter filter), and then, the bean of the @Component custom filter class is required in the @Configuration class.