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.
GraphQL is widely used by many famous companies around the world. Here in Syndicode we use it too and are happy to provide you with some hacks and tricks you might not know about GraphQL. For instance, what do you know about GraphQL Code Generator?
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.
There were busy days! Due to the lack of time and bunch of projects, we couldn’t share with you all those great news we found. But today’s digest is a special digest. We’ll include here everything that you could have missed and everything that you should know in the future. The tech stack is evolving with a speed of sound and that’s fantastic! Welcome to our new Syndicode Digest #74 – Charity fair!
How many of you have tried your luck? We’re not talking about gambling or ruffling. We’re talking about belief in your chance, even if you know that there’s no chance at all. Theoretically, this way of behavior is at low probability among programmers because they can predict what will happen according to different assumptions and calculations. But it is also observed that sometimes programmers have no idea what they are doing at all. And the hope that everything will be ok is the only one thing that helps them to continue. Try to identify your type of behavior while reading our new ‘Syndicode Digest #73 – Rare possibility’!
Today we introduce you our 70th weekly digest! Almost every week Syndicode selects and composes the most important and interesting news from the IT world. Technologies and conferences, hacks and releases, issues and solutions. We deliver them filtered and prioritized. Like the best-selected fruits from the autumn garden… Enjoy our very special ‘Syndicode Digest #70 – Sticky orchard’! p.s. ‘Sticky’ because we hope that some of the advice and technologies will stay with you and help you in your future projects!
All the week long we couldn’t wait for this chance to share with you all those interesting and important news we’re sharing today! Of course, we could write about each of them separately. But you must agree, that if a piece of news is included in the digest it has more value for the reader. That means it was selected and kept for the special moment. The same thing is happening with good developers – they don’t need instantly share all their knowledge, but to keep, accumulate and just use where it is most appropriate. Read our new Syndicode Digest #69 – Razorblade strokes. And listen too! If you understand what is hidden in the digest’s name…
Nobody is perfect. And you too. And your code, project, commit etc. The only way to find out the how you rate what you did is the level how happy you are with it. The same thing happening with bad evaluations. Who are they, those experts who can tell you that your contribution (you have spent several months to complete) is a disaster? All the opinions are subjective. So relax and enjoy your lovely long-created ‘disaster’. And make it better next time, please. p.s. Our ‘ Syndicode Digest #67 – Imperfect aftermath’ is not perfect too! But so good!