Gotchas from using Angular with Redux:
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Getting your Angular Router application actually working in a non-root folder on Internet Information Services
The Angular Router is a fantastic module for Single Page Apps. However, to deploy it in a Production scenario you will typically need to do some configuration to make it work. This article details the steps necessary to deploy an Angular Router application anywhere on Internet Information Services (IIS).
Some good links regarding setup, validation, detecting changes etc.
Creating and fetching values: Angular 2 Radio Button and Checkbox Example
Listen to changes: https://alligator.io/angular/reactive-forms-valuechanges/
Official doc: https://angular.io/guide/reactive-forms#reactive-forms
.bashrcin your home:
echo alias ll=\'ls -l\' >> .bashrc
Alias ngs for serving angular development server and open a web browser:
alias ngs=\'ng serve --open\' >> .bashrc
(In some cases* you can find equivalent for
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\GitHub\PortableGit_\etc\profile.d\aliases.sh.And you should add aliases in
(*this case is when you install Git for Windows GUI release from https://git-scm.com/download/winthat contains GitBash)
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