Ever since mobile devices became capable of accessing the web and showing web pages, it became obvious that not all web pages are usable on a small screen. Today most websites implement responsive design, but often at a cost of extra DOM. This post will show you how to solve that last step in Angular.
In TypeScript we often need to deal with third-party and/or native functions and based on the implementation their return types might differ. Luckily, TypeScript has a trick up the sleeve how to resolve them.
One of the lesser-known parts of the ISO 8601 standard is the duration specification. In this post we will learn how to parse it and construct a simple Angular pipe for template automation.