Netanel shows a very simple way to improve the user experience of a web application when internet connectivity is lost using the retryWhen RxJS operator and Angular HTTP Interceptors.
In a perfect world, everybody would have a fast net connection all the time. But at present, your users can find themselves repeatedly banging their heads on their keyboards as they wait for the internet to come back.
As your applications grow, you’ll probably need to route to different parts of your application independently of one another, and secondary outlets are a great way to accomplish this.
This article discusses
- How to define a secondary router outlet
- Why secondary router outlets are used
- The affect a secondary outlet has on the URL
- and How they are routed and activated
Schematics are a powerful way to generate and modify code within your Angular projects. Kevin presents a detailed and clever way to test your custom schematics in this article. He also shares a variety of additional resources to help you get started creating your own schematics to help you and your software team become more effective!
Are you eagerly anticipating the release of the new Ivy Compiler? Are you interested in understanding how Ivy works prior to it's release? GDE Uri Shaked talks about his experience running Angular's next compiler Ivy inside StackBlitz and shows you how you can do it too.
State Management is a crucial part of any web application. This article does a great job comparing the pros and cons of ngrx, ngxs, akita, and a basic RxJS implementation. This should help you make a decision on your next Redux-based state management solution.