Angular Weekly #89
Weekly curated resources for Angular developers.
BY AXEL RAUSCHMAYER
11 minutes - Exploring how objects and properties are typed statically in TypeScript.
BY ANGULAR CORE TEAM
2 minutes - This guide contains everything you need to know about updating to the next Angular version.
BY A. SHARIF
4 minutes - All examples in this post are based on TypeScript 3.7.2.
BY A. SHARIF
BY A. SHARIF
6 minutes - In this article, we take a simple function in the spec and try to understand the notation.
- TypeScript basic types with examples - 2 min.
- Not my (data) type: an intro to TypeScript - 6 min.
BY TRAVIS KAUFMAN
6 minutes - RxJS is a powerful library to use. With that power, however, comes a lot of complexity.
BY ANDRÉ PRAÇA
6 minutes - We give you Oats (OpenApi-TypeScript): a library we use to facilitate calling and creating HTTP APIs while validating types at compile-time and runtime.
BY JOE EAMES
BY TIM DESCHRYVER
15 minutes - Learn what we did to make our Angular application snappier.
BY ALEX COLE
8 minutes - Asana engineers are TypeScript fans, and we’ve learned a lot about where TypeScript shines and struggles. Here are 3 of our favorite TypeScript surprises.
BY KAROLIN VARNER
8 minutes - An intro to generic programming with Ferrum using the implementation of an equals function while explaining some of the key design decisions behind ferrum.js.
BY ABDUL WAHAB RAFEHI
8 minutes - A few simple tips and tricks that I use every day while writing unit tests in Angular.
BY MATT ELAND
12 minutes - Let’s convert a UI mockup to the visual structure of a new Angular application using Angular Material to quickly style and skin our new application.
BY TRAN SON HOANG
12 minutes - This method adds a class just like we do in standard HTML. However, the only difference is that we can get classes from a TypeScript component.
BY NETANEL BASAL
5 minutes - Operators are one of the building blocks of RxJS.
BY MARCIN WANAGO
5 minutes - The SOLID principles were defined quite some time ago and are still relatable. Their goal is to make our software easier to understand, read, and extend.
BY ANNA PRENZEL
18 minutes - This article is dedicated to Angular developers, who want to harness the concept of reactive programming. This is a programming style that — simply put — deals with the processing of asynchronous data streams.
BY ENNO LOHMANNN
7 minutes - The Redux toolkit supports the development with Redux. It helps reduce boilerplate code and can simplify the usage of Redux.
BY RATNADEEP BHATTACHARYYA
6 minutes - One of the main aim to build AssemblyScript is that you don’t have to learn a new programming language to use webassembly and also produces glue-free WebAssembly modules that are very small with decent performance.
BY PHILIP FULCHER
6 minutes - Nx is a set of extensible dev tools for monorepos.
- Exemplary real world application built with Angular
- Overlay for Path of Exile. Built w/ Electron + Angular
BY WASSIM CHEGHAM
9 minutes - The future of Angular will be about a lightweight and faster runtime, performant and faster apps and dev tools, and interoperability. Learn this and more.
BY GERGELY OROSZ
5 minutes - I’ll start by saying the book Refactoring Typescript by James Hickey was named incorrectly.
BY HIDDE DE VRIES
9 minutes - Browsers could be more proactive in fixing accessibility issues for end users.
BY C M KHALED SAIFULLAH, MUHAMMAD ASADUZZAMAN & CHANCHAL K. ROY
15 minutes - Of dynamically typed languages.
BY CRISTIAN-ALEXANDRU STAICU, MARTIN TOLDAM TORP, MAX SCHÄFER, ANDERS MØLLER & MICHAEL PRADEL
Embracing real time Angular components
BY LAMIS CHEBBI
Duration: 26 minutes
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