Upgrading an enterprise website can be quite a task! Upgrading a site with hundreds of millions of users can be even trickier. Thankfully, the Angular team has made the upgrade process much simpler and faster with each release. Check out these strategies for keeping your website "evergreen" and why it's important.
We believe that in the current state of web development, falling behind on version updates is making development harder. Even if the Angular team is having LTS versions, the truth is that they will always prefer to work on their own latest codebase instead of going back to an old branch to look at an issue.
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Because, to be totally frank, testing sucks.
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Shai is known for his unforgettable and entertaining presentations at Angular conferences around the globe. His latest project will undoubtedly be a blend of his humor along with power packed lessons regarding Angular testing best practices. You can learn more and sign up for the free courses that launch next week.
If you create Angular libraries using the CLI, you'll want to know about the --createApplication flag and how it can simplify your workflow. Todd walks us through the process of creating a new library and explains how it differs from some of the old work arounds we had to take in order to avoid conflicts with the default application generated by the CLI.
The how and why of using the --createApplication flag with Angular CLI to create a Workspace without the initial application
If you've ever wanted to add some custom functionality to your Angular build process, implementing the builder interface in your application may be the solution. Learn about this feature that was added to the CLI and how you can create your own builders and configure them in the architect section of your angular.json.