I have written some articles related to Angular, and today I want to write about some recent Angular news. It was not long ago when I created the Angular 2 tutorial to build a RSS reader, and the Angular team is releasing a new version every week! At the moment of writing the Angular team released version 2.3.1 and … wait! Version 4.0.0-beta?
After the introduction to Angular 2, the next step is to bring our application to a higher number of users. The smartphones and tablets have changed the manner people access information, delegating the computers to the background.
Welcome back to this tutorial series about fast prototyping a web application based on REST services. In the previous posts, we created a simple service to implement a survey service that allows to create surveys for certain topics and grouping resources to rate, see LoopBack.io tutorial part 1 and part 2.
It is time for the second part of the series on the LoopBack API framework.