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PrimeNG - The Most Complete User Interface Suite for Angular

  •    Javascript

PrimeNG is a collection of rich UI components for Angular. The most complete set of native widgets featuring 70+ easy to use components for all your UI requirements.

ng-select - :star: Native angular 6+ select component

  •    TypeScript

Library is under active development and may have API breaking changes for subsequent major versions after 1.0.0. To allow customization and theming, ng-select bundle includes only generic styles that are necessary for correct layout and positioning. To get full look of the control, include one of the themes in your application. If you're using the Angular CLI, you can add this to your styles.scss or include it in .angular-cli.json (Angular v5 and below) or angular.json (Angular v6 onwards).

Angular-Polymer - Angular 2 support for Polymer elements

  •    Typescript

angular-polymer is a directive factory that aims at bridging the gaps between using Polymer based Web Components in Angular applications.


angular-interview-questions - Most extensive Angular interview questions based on your level.

  •    HTML

A complete guideline to prepare for angular interviews. Also, you can use these questions to verify your expertise in angular. The most important step is knowing how you compare to other job seekers. Pinpoint areas where you are weaker, and spend the time necessary to make improvements. Google is your friend.

kcd-angular - A repo for all of my useful Angular stuff

  •    Javascript

A repo to hold the kcd angular module. Things I made that I think are useful. See the demo/docs/etc here.

mock_component - Easily mock components for Angular TestBed tests.

  •    TypeScript

NgMocks consolidates mock-component, mock-directive, and mock-pipe into one package making it easier to maintain. Also, if you like mock-component/ng-mocks you may also like shallow-render.

ng-contenteditable - Use ngModel and validations with contenteditable HTML5 attribute

  •    Javascript

Download the package, and include the dist/ng-content-editable.min.js file in your page. Then add the content-editable module to your Angular App file, e.g.