Angular Theme for Blogifier - Dynamic Data. To streamline development, I'm going to use data service from existing Blogifier theme. So I go and grab it from here and copy to
src/app/core. One thing to fix right away is to modify environment files to include API endpoint required by service I just imported. Because our theme uses public APIs, we can point it to any Blogifier instance.
In this part we'll get to coding, so VS Code or other editor with Angular support highly recommended. I'll use VS Code here. Install if not already and open folder from the first tutorial,
C:\demo\myapp. In the terminal, run
ng serve to make sure it builds and runs application with no errors. You should see something similar to below.
This is the first tutorial, its goal to help understand how theming engine works in Blogifeir and get started on theme development quickly and easily. Tutorial does not get into much details, just steps through creating and deploying Angular CLI application as Blogifier theme.
Looking at the latest in web design, it seems that focus is shifting from HTML-based themes to creating complex client-side applications with React, Angular, Vue and so on. This is natural progression as all those frameworks mature and provide more power in hands of front-end developers.