Check out the example of a multi-layout Angular application templates complemented with Bootstrap styles.
In case of complex projects it is often expected to provide different layouts adapted to the needs of users – the logged-in user requires different UI elements than the guest. We have to customise the appearance of applications time and again taking into account many various aspects. Angular allows you to organise the presentation layer to easily handle multiple layouts.
With Angular CLI you can bootstrap a new project effortlessly. Let’s create a new Angular 6 application complemented with Bootstrap 4 and Sass preprocessor.
If you use git to secure the outcome of your work frequently, the code responsible for one functionality may be scattered across many commits within a feature branch. You can still commit a unit of work as a whole even if you pushed it to the origin in several stages.
Developing a multi-module application where the backend runs on Spring Boot and the frontend is powered by Angular is far less complicated than one might expect. Check out how you can build such a project and manage it as a single jar file.
Material Design for Bootstrap 4 provides an Angular Bootstrap UI KIT. It’s built with Angular 6, Bootstrap 4 and TypeScript and can immediately transform the look and fell of your application. Let’s add its features to an Angular project.
Angular can maintain any of the major CSS preprocessors. By default the new project is created with the css support, but even after its creation, you can easily switch to sass or less. You can also adjust the preprocessor globally, for all new projects.
There are many responsive and elegant themes available for free that you can use for polishing the presentation layer of your project. But almost always there is a need to add some adjustments to them and in this post you can see how custom styles can be included while the assets are being built with gulp.
Separating the business logic from the presentation layer can save you a lot of headache during project maintenance. Unless the frontend is managed with a framework like Angular or Vue.js you should use a template engine. Check out how to utilize jtwig in a Spring Boot project.