Delete the node_modules directory faster

TLDR; The above conversation on Twitter shows the problem and the solution. The longer version I have lost so much time when deleting Angular projects because of the tens of thousands of items in the node_modules directory. I mistakenly thought the number of files was overwhelming Windows. However it is not Windows that has the […]

Angular CRUD 5: Delete

This is the fifth and final post dedicated to performing CRUD operations in Angular and it’s focus will be on adding the ability to delete a villain. The completed solution can be found on GitHub. Adding the delete functionality The changes are within the list-villains component and the first task is to add the delete button. […]

Angular CRUD 4: Update

This is the fourth in a series of posts on performing CRUD operations in Angular and it’s focus will be on adding the ability to update a villain. As with the previous posts in this series I will describe the code that is required for performing the update which means not every step to get […]

Angular CRUD 3: Create

This post continues on from Angular CRUD 1: in-memory-web-api installation and configuration and its focus will be on the C in CRUD operations: Create. To stop you from getting bogged down in too much detail I focus on the parts of the changes that are critical to understanding how the create method was implemented. If you want […]

Angular CRUD 2: Read

This post continues on from Angular CRUD 1: in-memory-web-api installation and configuration with the focus on the R in CRUD operations: Read. Displaying the Villains To display the contents of the in-memory-database a new component will be created. This will use the getVillains method from the HttpClientVillainService to return a array of villains that can […]