If you're building a Next.js app that uses a Node.js module that only exists on the server-side such as the file system (fs) module, you may see the following error on build because the module can't be found on the client-side (the browser).
In part 7 of this Angular 7 tutorial series we're going to copy/migrate the example application from a custom webpack project into an Angular CLI project. This part of the series is optional for those of you that prefer to build apps with the Angular CLI rather than directly with webpack, or if you're just interested in seeing how to migrate an Angular webpack app to the Angular CLI.
In part 6 of this Angular 7 tutorial series we're going to update the home page to demonstrate fetching, displaying and deleting users from secure api endpoints. We'll also simplify the way alert messages are displayed by creating a centralized alert service and alert component.
In part 4 of this Angular 7 tutorial series we're going to implement authentication with a login form, authentication service and an Angular route guard. We'll also setup a fake backend so we can test the example application without an API.