- Aralık 31, 2019
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Stephen Fluin joins us to give an update on the current state of Angular, the upcoming version 8 release, and what the future holds for the platform. Thomas Burleson joins us to demo the benefits of using a push based architecture and implementing a facade pattern when working with state management and components in Angular. The Stackd Podcast, hosted by Kito D. Mann, Ian Hlavats, Daniel Hinojosa and Josh Juneau is a monthly podcast that covers the latest headlines, trends, and technologies in the world of enterprise software development.
Preston started off with a personal blog and now writes articles for the ng-conf blog, ng-Champions, and has created courses on thinkster.io! We discuss the importance of asking “stupid” questions, building on previous experience, and learning in public. As promised, the Angular team dropped version 13 on November 3rd, and the Angular Show got the chance to talk to Angular Dev Rel team member Emma Twersky about the anticipated release.
Akita is popular within the Angular community, but can also be used with both React and Svelte projections. The Angular Show panelists chat with the co-founders of Narwhal Jeff Cross and Victor Savkin about Nx and Nx Cloud. But first, we check in with Jeff, who you may not know, has and cuddles with pigs, and Victor, who is a new father.Nx Cloud is a way for you to enable distributed computation cache such that you, your team, and your Continuous Integration can share build artifacts. Practically speaking, this results in saving you and your organization time when building and testing your application.You might be wondering, what exactly is computation cache? Then, set up Nx Cloud with an access token in your config for distributing the cache. Or do you rely on breakpoints and debugger statements?
I started listening to it, knowing nothing about Angular, and still learning a lot. As I learn I intend to listen again and really get all the value. I love all the DevChat.tv podcasts, even the ones where I don’t know the language, good format and good conversations. I’ve been listening to Adventures in Angular to keep me up to date with Angular. It’s just nice to listen to and I’m always learning something . The panel make me feel like I’m part of the angular discussion which I don’t get anywhere else….
S4 E6 – Level Up Your NgRx Skills With 10 Time-Tested Best Practices with Tomas Trajan
In this episode of the Angular Show, panelists Aaron Frost, Brian Love, & Jennifer Wadella talk with Stephen Fluin, head of developer relations on the Angular Team at Google, and ask the hard questions that we’ve heard are on your minds. In an effort of transparency, growth, and healing, we voiced your concerns and asked your questions. While we love the Angular product, we love the Angular community equally as much and know that healthy conversation, and sometimes criticism, is the path towards a thriving ecosystem.
Expect to laugh and cry with us as we talk about our experiences as Angular developers. The Angular Plus Show is the home of ng-conf’s official all-Angular podcast. Stephen shares developer content on his blog, the AG Grid blog, and via twitter.
And, perhaps the bigger question is, what if we have an SLA with our customers that require that we ship supported software? They will continue to provide long-term support for Angular.js after the dreaded date of December 31, 2021. The short story is that the team at XLTS will provide you with a supported forked version of Angular on January 1, 2022. So, go ahead, book that family vacation this Christmas, and go check out xlts.dev to get extended long-term support for your organization’s Angular.js apps. This episode features Sani Yusuf, a Google Developer Expert and comedian who is currently located in London, England, but is originally from Nigeria.
You can use design patterns to produce better business logic. This episode provides some guidance on how to leverage these patterns. There are also some really useful code samples and templates on Github.com.
- During this discussion the topic of customising the grid came up.
- The podcast discusses this customisation approach at length.
- As promised, the Angular team dropped version 13 on November 3rd, and the Angular Show got the chance to talk to Angular Dev Rel team member Emma Twersky about the anticipated release.
- Similarly, Charles also shares his perspective about how he has grown TopEndDevs.
What about dealing with Angular’s most ~~joyful~~ painful bug `ExpressionChangedAfterItHasBeenCheckedError`? We had the opportunity to spend some time with an expert at Angular Debugging. Abdella (who also goes by “della”) has been involved in the Angular community for almost 8 years and even attended the very first ng-conf. Abdella also dropped some knowledge on debugging RxJS and asynchronous code in Angular. While Brian suggested you just use Observable.toPromise(), apparently that’s not Abdella’s approach.Debugging can be challenging, but having a few tricks up your sleeve and some good tools sure can make it easier, and perhaps even, a bit of fun.
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A discussion on different approaches and pitfalls with security in Angular applications. Capabilities of Angular that assist in security implementation are discussed Frontend Trends 2022 Frontend Technologies as well as using third party providers. Guest Tracy Lee and the panel discuss several open source initiatives that are accessible and open to all developers.
In this episode, Jeff Whelpley, Google Developer Expert in Angular, shares his expansive knowledge of Search Engine Optimization with panelists Aaron Frost, Alyssa Nicol, Brian Love, and Jennifer Wadella. We talk about some of the basics of on-page optimizations such as Time to Interactive, First Meaningful Paint, etc. and the implications for Angular applications.Angular applications, in the context of the browser, are client-based and are built in the browser at runtime. While this provides many benefits to the user experience, it also comes with several challenges for SEO. We firmly believe that a community is one in which everyone is welcome, and, further, one in which everyone has the right to feel comfortable and accepted. This is what makes a community.There’s been a lot of unrest in the community as former Angular team members have shared perspectives and as community members question the future of Angular.
Angular Master Podcast
Thomas Hjortsberg is a good friend and ex-colleague of ours. He joins us to talk about collaboration between UX and frontend, and shares his wise words and war-stories based on his many years of UX experience. Feedspot has a team of over 50 experts whose goal is to discover and rank blogs, podcasts and youtube channels in several niche categories. Publishers submit their blogs or podcasts on Feedspot using the form at the top of this page. Our expert editorial team reviews and adds them to a relevant category list. Ranking is based on relevancy, blog post frequency, social metrics, domain authority, traffic and many other parameters.
Join us as we learn from Abdella about debugging Angular applications. This episode of the Angular Show features Sara Faatz, who leads the Telerik and KenoUI Developer Relations team at Progress, and Alyssa Nicoll, an Angular Developer Advocate & Google Developers Expert in Angular. Sara and Alyssa share with the panelists their respective journeys into the dev industry and how they ended up together on the Developer Relations team at Progress.You have likely heard of DevRel.
- Stephen shares developer content on his blog, the AG Grid blog, and via twitter.
- I’ve been listening to Adventures in Angular to keep me up to date with Angular.
- Have only been learning angular for a week and that give me good insight on what the real world is doing and where Angular is headed.
- It’s the elite special forces coders that fly around the world and speak at conferences, have platinum Delta status, and sip on Champagne in the hallway track, right?
We routinely remove inactive blogs and those which are no longer relevant to a given list. List is updated as we receive new blog submissions and re-ranked every few weeks. Do you see architecture and how do we use it to design and plan software solutions. We should also mention that Rangle has been a longtime supporter of ng-conf and the Angular community. In this episode, we conclude our four-part series on Micro-Frontends by discussing with Colum Ferry about Nx, Module Federation, and why using technology to solve problems sometimes isn’t the right answer. In this Episode, Stephen Cooper talks about AG Grid v27, TypeScript, Async Testing, and how he fell in love with Angular and transitioned from his career as a C# developer.
In this Episode, we talk with Angela Wright about how to implement Agile effectively, examples of poorly executed Agile, and how Agile can improve team culture and make everyone happier. In the podcast Stephen and the hosts also describe effective documentation in more detail and mention the effectiveness of the search and getting started guides, as well as the depth of detail in the documentation. This is a very important concept for the AG Grid https://cryptominer.services/ offering, and the team on the pod cast agreed that having a fully featured and low friction way of evaluating a data grid product is enormously important. One aspect of AG Grid which helps with the advocacy of the Data Grid is that the Community Edition is completely free to use in commercial applications and the Enterprise edition is completely free to trial with no limitations. Developers received a ready-made framework, coding standards.