Angular Router for Kohl’s
By John M. MahoneyThe story of the first time we saw the first Angular Router in action.
The angular router is the cornerstone of the Google product that powers Google Home, Google Docs, YouTube, Maps, Google Voice and many other services.
But before we dive into its powerful capabilities, let’s talk about why it’s so cool.
The idea behind an Angular Router is that it’s the glue that holds your code together.
That’s because each element of your code can have its own template.
For example, a form has a template that says it’s a form with fields and a button, and the buttons are a form field and a label, and so on.
You can then use this template to define the element within the app, and that template is the basis for your application’s HTML.
So, a button on the form is an element that you can use in your template.
And you can define the template for that button as well.
So now you have a template, you can then write your own elements, and you can put them in your HTML in your form.
Now, if you want to put them on the page as well, you just write the HTML.
This means you have all your styles in the template.
You have the HTML you need to make the application look and behave the way you want it to.
But when you put all this together, it makes your application feel more fluid.
You now have a lot more code that you’re able to work with and to customize.
You’ve created an application with some cool components, but the app isn’t the same as when you’ve just started out with it.
For one thing, the application is very fluid.
For another, the components in the application aren’t very simple to use.
So this fluidness can make things feel less predictable, and also helps to improve performance, which is a big benefit of Angular.
Let’s take a look at some of the things you can do with an Angular router.
Let me give you an example.
If you wanted to add a button to your page, you could start with this:So the Angular router is saying, “OK, let me add a new button to the form.”
But what if you wanted the button to be a button that’s not going to be clicked?
You could go with the following:Now, that doesn’t have as many elements in the app as an Angular template, but it still looks and feels very fluid, right?
The template is in the same place as the HTML it contains, but now it’s just a bunch of simple markup.
But the markup is the same, and it’s still in place in the browser, so everything works the same.
Now what you’re saying is that, if the page is very responsive, then the Angular template is going to have a huge impact on your page’s performance.
This is true for any application that you might build.
In this case, we’re going to show how this works with Google Home.
Let us say you’re building an application for Google Home that uses Google Home as the search engine, and now you want a page that lets you search for your favorite celebrities.
And so, you might want to create an index page that shows you a list of celebrities, which might look like this:This index page might have some of these basic elements, but if you were to build this page in HTML and put it in a browser, the page wouldn’t be very responsive.
So you’re going up against the problem of how do you make your index page work in the context of an Angular application.
Let this be your starting point.
You might want a single template for each of the components you’re interested in.
And here’s where it gets interesting.
You can also create an application template that looks a lot like the index page.
And that is just like an Angular app, except that now it is part of the page.
You are actually embedding the index template in your pages HTML.
Here’s how that looks:So, you have this HTML that contains the template that Google Home is using.
Now you can create your application and run it with the Angular Router.
Let’s say that you wanted this index template.
So what you do is, you put this template in the of your application.
Now Google Home’s index template will appear.
Now all of the <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=-1.
0, user-scalable=no”> tags will be visible in the HTML of the index.
And if you’re doing a static page, Google Home will not display any meta tags.
But if you have an Angular page, the meta tags will still be visible.
That means that if you make a change to the