The package.json is a very important file in your Angular (and not only) project. In the Angular new – the structure of a project post I wrote that I will explain a bit more …
Once you set up an application with Angular CLI you end up with a directory full of files. This said to be a perfectly working application.
When we pick the Angular CLI to create a new project we get a whole new shiny directory with all the files that can be described as a well-designed project.
Once you set up a new project using Angular CLI the first questions that appears in your command-line tool is if you would like to enable routing.
The single/multiple select component based on the jQuery Select plugin. The project is published on the ISC license – the same license as it’s origin project.
Most of the sources say that the biggest difference and the reason we cannot call them the same framework is the structure. AngularJS was based on the Model View …
A select component created by the Valor Software and used in more than 2000 other projects.
An MIT licensed NG 2 Slider component from 2016. It is not maintained. However, if it is not working well on mobile devices it doesn’t have many open issues and it is well documented.
A simple MIT component written in 100% of Typescript. The author claims that he tries to find time to PRs but there’s no active support (you cannot create or view issues) on the repository.