Finally, I got the solution after lots of googling and brain-stroming. I am not able to solve the REST API - 403 error issue but I got work around for this.
I have created Web APIs in MVC project for all SharePoint operations that I wanted to do using REST API.
Create Filter for getting SharePoint context in Web API for SharePoint operations.
3 easy Steps:...
AngularJS (Angular v1) and all versions after (it is now Angular v4 but we call it Angular) are apples and oranges,
Yes everything ^2 requires a different toolchain (not unlike SharePoint Fx) but it is also a different language.
So AngularJS (v1) and Angular (v2,v3,v4,v...) are both tools in you toolbox you use for what they are best at.
Would you hire ...
The SPFx GA has not reached your tenant yet.
At your end, the files are available dated 13th Feb files/sp-client-prod_2017-02-13.012. The GA file version is files/sp-client-prod_2017-02-17.019
Once this is updated, the webpart will start working. Wait till tomorrow according to below link -
SPFx failed to load components
I use angular-cli tool to develop angular (Angular 2, or Angular 4).
It generates really convenient and organized structure just by a single command
ng new [app name]
As far as sharepoint I dedicate one directory inside documents for Angular App.
When I'm ready to deploy, in console i generated build
ng build --prod
Then it outputs everything to your [...
Besides the link mentioned in comments, you can also checkout the Angular Elements - hello world webpart which uses Angular 6 and SPFx.
It is based on Angular Elements functionality which packages Angular components as custom elements quite similar to web components.
This is a hello world sample, but it also demonstrates couple other webparts as well which ...
I don't know how far you can get with Angular forms but in general Sahil Maliks templates work like a charm for me:
Angular is a HUGE framework. I learned it here: https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-guide-to-...
I've not looked at the code from the template that you've linked, but what is in your screenshot appears to be warnings and is simply the linter advising that there things to correct. Assuming that everything works as expected in the workbench when running gulp serve, it shouldn't take too long to correct the warnings that are in the screenshot you provided, ...