This is a short example of how to catch all Axios HTTP requests, responses, and errors. Catching is implemented with the Axios feature called interceptors. It's possible to catch all requests before they are sent and modify them. Also, responses and errors can be caught globally. For example, interceptors are useful when you want to modify request headers before a request is sent or you are implementing some kind of global error handling system. Read more.
By default, the Angular Universal app makes HTTP requests again when app is bootstrapped even app is already rendered on the server side. Though there is a really simple solution which can be implemented without any actual code changes. At first when I tried to find how to prevent requests I only found tutorials how to implement this at the component level. After googling a while I luckily found an easier way to implement this. Read more.
I have worked in the web industry since 2005 as a front-end and back-end developer. I created my first websites in the '90s. Here is a story how I got tangled in the web and how I ended up to work as a web developer. There have been three major occurrences which have paved the way for my career. Read more.
I attended awesome ngVikings 2018 conference which was held in 1st and 2nd of March in Espoo, Finland. I gathered here all the presentation slides I could find. There is still few missing but I'll update the list if they become available. Read more.
Sometimes you don't have an option to crop images on the server side so you need to do cropping in the browser instead. Here are few examples how to create cropped image thumbnails using CSS only. All the examples are responsive and work for most image aspect ratios. Cropped images are scaled and centered to maximize visible area of image. Read more.
This blog post explains how to create a navigation wizard which all steps have equal width except a last one. Width of the last step is depended on text width. Read more.
I implemented Prism.js based code syntax highlight feature for my blog. This blog post shows how to use Prism syntax highlighter with Angular. Read more.
This blog post demonstrates how to create a CSS speech bubble with borders and drop shadow. Read more.
My new web development blog is here! My blog posts most likely will be front end oriented but you might find something related to back end coding and general development topics as well. Purpose of this blog is to share something I have learnt and help others to find solutions. I'm also going to use this blog as my personal notebook. Currently I have few topics on my mind and I'll try to keep posting actively. Read more.