In this tutorial, we will learn how to add Google Maps in an Ionic application using a powerful package @agm. The @agm package provides directive components to easily add Maps, Markers and Geometric shapes like Radius on Google Maps in Angular applications. Here we will use the power of this great package to implement Google
Ionic Geolocation Native Plugin Example Tutorial Compatible with Ionic 4 & 5 Angular Using Ionic’s Geolocation native plugin we can get current coordinates and other information like accuracy, speed, timestamp, altitude etc.
Tabs can manage multiple data views in the same area. In this article, we will learn how to use the Bootstrap Tabset UI component with Ionic 4.
In a real-world Angular application, a number of components may exist with their own specific task to accomplish. This hierarchy of components may have parent-child or relation as siblings. To communicate from parent to child component we use @Input decorator to pass data from parent to child component and to send back data from child
Google Maps can be easily implemented in an Angular project using the @agm package as we have already discussed here. In this tutorial, we will focus on adding a Circle Radius in the map to limit the markers shown to the user. A user can control up to how far the markers/ locations should be
Using @Input decorator parent component can pass values to child components using property binding. But there may be a case where we are passing more than one property in a child component. We may need control on which property is changed and also check if other properties have changed from the previous one or not.
The Angular Material Tree can be added using the mat-tree directive component. This tree structure gives the ability to expand/ collapse data lists into multi-level nodes. In this tutorial, we will get to know how to add the Angular material Tree UI component in the project using the latest version of Angular Material 9.
In this tutorial, we will discuss a simple awesome image slider with a great feature to show a full-screen lightbox of full image on click. This image slider is created by Sanjay Verma and loaded with many features required for a web layout based application. A user can click on an image in the slider
Owl Carousel 2 is one of the most popular images and content slider library. It provides a number of feature which makes it compatible and fully controlled and customizable carousel plugin. Moreover, its awsome support for the responsive environment makes it a better choice.