In this article I will walk you through an example demonstrating how to create an HTML table and populate it dynamically using the native ngFor directive in Angular 9.

1 — Create an empty Angular Project

First, let’s start off my creating an empty Angular 9 project. To do that open a Terminal in your VScode and type the following command:

> ng new LoadDataDynamically

and make sure to follow the command prompts. This might take a bit to complete because Angular is going to download its required packages. …


This article will demonstrate the proper way to create page navigation leveraging routing features provided by the Angular 9 framework.

1 — Create a new Angular 9 application

First let’s create a simple Angular 9 application which we will use for the demonstration purposes of how to create page navigation.

If you want a detailed step-by-step tutorial showing you how to create a new Angular 9 application, I have written an article that details the process. You can see it here:

Run the following command in you VScode terminal:

ng new Navigation

and follow the prompts on the screen. When prompted with the following question: “Would you like…


In this article I will offer the best tips and techniques for unit and integration testing your Angular 9 applications.

1 — Create a new Angular 9 application

First let’s create a simple Angular 9 application which we will use for the demonstration purposes of how to implement unit testing.

If you want a detailed step-by-step tutorial showing you how to create a new Angular 9 application, I have written an article that details the process. You can see it here:

Run the following command in you VScode terminal:

ng new UnitTestExample

and follow the prompts on the screen. Creating the application will take few minutes to download…


In this article I will explain to you how to properly validate an Angular 9 reactive form using a model-driven approach.

1 — Create a new Angular 9 application

To demonstrate how a reactive form can be properly validated in an Angular 9 application we will need to start off by creating an empty Angular 9 application.

If you want a detailed step-by-step tutorial showing you how to create a new Angular 9 application, I have written an article that details the process. You can see it here:

In VScode terminal run the following command:

ng new ReactiveFormValidationAngular

and follow the prompts on the screen. Creating the application…


In this article we will learn how to create a directive and use it in Angular 9.

It has been said that directives are perhaps the most important bit of an Angular application. As a matter of a fact one of the most-used Angular unit, the component, is actually a directive.

According to Angular 9 documentation on attribute directive there are three kinds of directives in Angular:

  1. Components — directives with a template.
  2. Structural directives — change the DOM layout by adding and removing DOM elements.
  3. Attribute directives — change the appearance or behavior of an element, component, or another…


The Microsoft unit test framework is installed with Visual Studio and provides a framework for testing .NET code. In this article I will walk you through step-by-step showing you hot to properly create a unit test project and write a unit test to test a specific unit of work in an MVC project.

1 — Create a Unit Test project

To create a new Unit Test project and associate it with your solution the first thing that you must do is right click at the root level of the solution in the Solution Explorer panel. …


In this article I will walk you through the proper steps that will demonstrate to you how to commit and push your changes to your remote repository on GitHub using your VScode in few easy steps.

In this article we will assume that you have an active GitHub account. If you currently do not have an account with GitHub you can easily create one by going here: GitHub

Additionally, we will assume that you have a remote repository on GitHub that you have cloned locally on you machine/computer.

To learn how to create a remote repository on GitHub as well…


This article will walk you through step-by-step showing you how to create a remote repository on GitHub and then clone a copy of it on your local machine using VScode.

In order to follow along in this article you will need to have an active GitHub account. If you currently do not have an account with GitHub you can easily create one by going here: GitHub

We will proceed with this article based on the assumption that you already have an account.

1 — How to create a repository on GitHub

First you will need to login to GitHub, and as soon as you are authenticated you will be…


I will show you how to create a simple stock application in Angular 9 utilizing observables, services, models, components and many more.

In this article I will show you how to create a new Angular 9 project. Additionally I will walk you step-by-step and show you how to do the following:

  1. Use a styling library and reference it globally in your application
  2. Create a header which can be used across your entire application
  3. Create child component and utilize the @Input() decorator to pass information to it
  4. Usage of click event in Angular
  5. Usage of dependency injection
  6. Usage of models in…


A pointer is a data value that references a unit of storage.

Let’s say we want to create some pointers to some blocks of storage that contain integers and the easiest way to to do in the C language would be as follows:

First we must have the following declaration in bold at the top of the .c file:
typedef int *pointerToInteger;

Here is how the .c file should look at this point:#include <stdio.h>
typedef int *pointerToInteger;
int main(void){
return 0;
}

This typedef is a keyword used in C language to assign alternative names to existing datatypes.

Notice the asterisk (*) in the typedef? The * appears before the pointerToInteger…

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