Our Angular+Firebase web app is coming along nicely. In Part 4 of this tutorial series, we learn about routing and displaying a list of tasks for our projects.
Our ongoing Angular+Firebase tutorial continues in Part 3, where we’ll create an interface to add projects and new tasks.
In Part 2 of our ongoing Angular+Firebase tutorial, we’ll find out how to pull data from Firebase into our application and create a listing of projects.
In this first of a series of articles, we’ll build an Angular and Firebase web application from scratch. If you’re curious about Angular or just want to know how to integrate it with Firebase, then this is a great place to start.
It has been four years since Spark launched, and a lot has changed in the web development world. We were long overdue for a new design. Learn more about the design process and tech that went into this visual upgrade.
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