Angular 7.2 has dropped with the ability to pass a state object during navigation. How could this new feature help your app?
It's one of the most famous questions during product design... "Will it scale?" This article is full of great insights into scalable Angular architectures as well as additional resources and references to get your application started on the right track!
The main design recommendation is to introduce an additional layer between component and service classes. It is normally called an “Abstraction” or “Facade” layer.
Have you ever wondered why Angular chose to use Incremental DOM vs Virtual DOM? Do you really understand what either of these two DOMs are or have you been too afraid to ask? Victor at Nrwl lays out the pros and cons of each approach and explains why Angular chose Incremental DOM vs Virtual DOM.
Let's face it, you'd like to be more productive when it comes to developing in Angular. If you'd like to say goodbye to the boilerplate and say hello to faster development, it's time for you to level up your schematics game. Tomas will show you how schematics work and provide some helpful tips for getting started.
FUN FACT: In the beginning all I had in mind was 6 distinct useful tips and see how it ended up. We have 7 main points and 2 bonuses 🤦 But schematics just have so many cool features that there was no other way 😂
Bo knows NgRx! See how mocking can be an effective way to test your NgRx code in your Angular apps, especially if you are using NgRx 6+.