How to install Firebase in Angular
By Andre Lombaard | 27 April 2022
If you are reading this, you probably already know about Firebase and would like to use it in your Angular projects. In this beginner's tutorial, I will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to install Firebase in Angular.
Automatically refresh the browser while writing HTML
By Andre Lombaard | 14 April 2022
My 8-year-old son recently started coding, and I got frustrated watching all the inefficiencies that come with inexperience. I quickly had to remind myself that shortcuts, tricks, and more effective ways of doing things come with time and that it's part of the journey that is fun to figure out
How to create a dropdown with Angular and TailwindCSS
By Andre Lombaard | 30 March 2022
Nowadays, you can use many of the provided UI component libraries to quickly build your front end-user interfaces. These libraries can save you a lot of time, but there are also many reasons you might want to create components.
How to install and use Chart.js in an Angular application
By Andre Lombaard | 17 March 2022
Today, I was required to display a simple pie chart in an Angular application as part of a proof of concept page I'm building. Because I used Chart.js as part of a previous non-Angular project, it was the obvious choice since I'm already familiar with it and made the assumption that it would be simple to install and use Chart.js in an Angular application.
How to install and use Tailwind CSS in Angular
By Andre Lombaard | 13 March 2022
Angular 11.2 and above supports Tailwind CSS, making it extremely easy to set up and use in Angular. This article will show you how to install and use Tailwind CSS in Angular .
How to set up WordPress on AWS EC2
By Andre Lombaard | 05 March 2022
The WordPress Certified by Bitnami and Automattic software bundle on the AWS Marketplace is one of the easiest ways to set up a WordPress instance within minutes. I'm not too fond of the read-my-life-history-before-I-give-you-the-recipe type blogs, so let's jump into the steps needed to set up WordPress on AWS EC2.