I am a refined gentleman. And like most gentlemen, I prefer to use Angular as the front-end for my decentralized applications. I know you say that you’re using the Internet Computer, but are you really using the Internet Computer?
So Yeah- I am using Angular for my projects, and am sharing code so we don’t reinvent stuff, ya know? This is a play-and-play solution for anyone wanting to try out Angular with Motoko. After ‘npm install’, run ‘npm run deploy:local’ and it at least comes up for me. Easy to deploy on IC, just fill in ‘canister_ids.json’ with- you know. The ‘greet’ function returns in the console as a zone-aware promise. It is a 0.0.1 after all. I am adding state management for II. It is either going to be NGRX or Signals. Signals is in beta, so leaning more towards NGRX.
Appreciation goes out to shawndotey (Shawn Dotey) · GitHub – Angular meets Internet Computer. A beginners guide on how you can get… | by Bole Roland | Medium – GitHub - samlinux/angularMeetsIc: This tutorial shows how you can use a Motoko canister as the backend for an Angular project.
From you I not only learned, but copy and pasted. Don’t worry, I had to actually do some of my own work besides right-clicking.