“Programs, like people, get old. We can’t prevent aging, but we can understand its causes, limit its effects and reverse some of the damage.” The same story is with Angular. Let’s understand together how the new Codelyzer works. Meet Codelyzer for static code analysis of Angular TypeScript projects.
Remember our tiny note about Vue vs React? The dilemma lies in that fact that we love Vue, but currently spend more time developing in React. In fact, we appreciate both. But today we decided to turn our attention to Angular, which is still playing a significant role and is in use by many large enterprises. Let’s take a primary comparison of Vue.js and Angular.js.
We often write about Angular, and this time is not an exception. We want to present you Container and Presentational Components in Angular that you can explore to make your life easier.
If you want to know more about Angular, you can read our blog articles. We are constantly looking for new interesting tools you can implement in your work. Today that’s Dynamic Components with Content Projection in Angular.
Last time we talked about @Attribute decorator in Angular, the one of the least known and least used but the powerful one. Today we will switch a bit from decorating your Angular code to web components. Let’s learn about making a collapsible accordion web component with Angular Elements.
Last time we were talking about Angular Ivy. It makes the framework faster, smaller, and simpler. But Ivy also makes Angular more flexible by adding the dynamism, which we can use to do metaprogramming, implement higher-order components and mixins. This post will be devoted to metaprogramming with Angular Ivy.
If you want to know more about Angular application, you can read our blog article about Akita state management pattern. Today, we will explain how to create a new environment with our own configuration and will answer the questions what are Angular Application environments? And how to add your own?
We often write about Vue and React, but not about Angular. So let’s pay a bit more of attention to this very popular open-source framework developed by Google. Recently, in the latest Syndicode digest we talked about ECMAScript Decorators. And today we will introduce another decorator worth your attention. Let’s explore @Attribute decorator in Angular!
If you continuously track when, why and what has been updated, you probably use the most popular solutions like ngrx or store, which was inspired by the famous Redux model. But today we’d like to present you a new tool to ease your state management. Akita is a state management pattern for Angular applications.