I am working on a admin panel developed with angular 4 and trying to integrate a sections to customize styling like change color, bg etc. I already have developed a sections to save settings in database got them on app load as json using API.  Now...
Basically I'm looking for a way to implement a counterpart to Angular 1.x ngInit directive.  I'm aware of ngOnInit hook and the fact that it is the recommended place for initialization code. I consider ngInit directive a quick, declarative  w...
I am trying to find a way to dynamically construct a template in Angular2. I was thinking templateRef might provide a way to do this. But I could be wrong.  I found an example of templateRef being used here.  I was looking at templateRef in this exam...
I have an array that I can loop through using ng-for syntax. However, ultimately I want to access just a single element of that array. I cannot figure out how to do that.  In my component script I have    export class TableComponent {      elements:...
I am struggling with using a standard angular2 pipe in a non-standard way and I was wondering if there are any ways around it.  Assume I have a variable which its value equals the definition of a standard pipe, for example, the common "date:'...
I'm loading some content from the beehance API in JSON, which has some text and the style info to make it look as it was configured in the editor.  the text contained in the JSON has html tags and I add it with [innerHTML]  {   text: '<div...
We are working on a decoupled project with Drupal as our backend and Angular as our front-end. Everything is nearing completion but certain (dynamic, as in created in Drupal) pages require links to different pages of the angular app.  For example:...
i'm trying to access the html elements inside the tabs component using the example from angular 2 docs: https://angular.io/resources/live-examples/homepage-tabs/ts/plnkr.html Here is my implementation so far:        import {Component, ElementRef,...
in Angular 2 we have several way to create property bindings in templates. I could do something like this:  <li *ngFor="#course of courses; #i = index" id="someselector-{{i}}">{{course}}</li>   Is it possible to obtain the...
I have a component to which I am passing a template. Inside of this component I would like to pass context so that I could display data.  @Component({   selector: 'my-component',   providers: [],   template: `     <template [ngTemplateOutl...

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