On 19, Aug 2019 | inGeneral | vonJohannes Hoppe
I’m very excited to announce [email protected]
You can now easily deploy your Angular app to GitHub pages. Here is a quick start, that shows how you can publish you app within minutes.
This quick start assumes that you are starting from scratch. If you already have an existing Angular project on GitHub, skip step 1 and 2.
Install the next version of the Angular CLI (v8.3.0-next.0 or greater) globally and create a new Angular project.
npm install -g @angular/[email protected] ng new your-angular-project --defaults cd your-angular-project
By default the Angular CLI initializes a Git repository for you. To add a new remote for GitHub, use the
git remote addcommand:
git remote add origin https://USERNAME.github.io/REPOSITORYNAME.git
angular-cli-ghpagesto your project.
ng add angular-cli-ghpages
Deploy your project to GitHub pages with all default settings. Your project will be automatically built in production mode.
Which is the same as:
ng run your-angular-project:deploy
That's it! Your project should be available at
Learn more at:
Kendo UI for Angular: Window-Dialog
On 07, Aug 2019 | inAngular2 | vonJohannes Hoppe
Hello fellow Angular Kendoka! I made the Kendo Window-Dialog Component for you. It’s a modal dialog that you can move and resize.
Technically it’s is a wrapper around the Kendo Window (can be moved/resized, but has no overlay), which borrows some functionality from the Kendo Dialog (has an overlay, but cannot be moved/resized):
- you can resize and move it
- it has an overlay
- remains centered on window scroll / resize
- it closes on ESC key
Have fun with it: