Giving feedback to the Angular team is a simple yet effective way to contribute to the Angular community today. The simple survey is 3 questions, and the extended survey takes 2 minutes. Make your voice heard to help shape the future direction of Angular.
Polyfills are a necessary evil for developers that have to support legacy browsers. Thankfully, version 7.3.0 of the Angular CLI can now split out the polyfills into their own bundle which will only be used by browsers that require them.
Working with the newest JS language features, such as those which came in ES2015 or later, we are forced to add the transpiled and polyfilled code to our main bundle to support older browsers (mostly IE ).
If you use the Angular CLI, chances are you've already heard of the Angular Console by Nrwl. If you also use VSCode, you should know Nrwl recently release an Angular Console extension. Now you can get all of the goodness of the Angular Console without leaving VSCode!
Using rarely-used flags is challenging. Do you pass absolute or relative paths? You don’t have to remember any flags, names, or paths — Angular Console will help you by providing autocompletion and validating your inputs.
This tutorial will walk you from start to finish and help you create an application that uses guess.js to intelligently prefetch application resources depending on how a user interacts with your application.
Guess.js allows us to use prefetching by considering the user's navigational patterns extracted from an analytics report. For example, Guess.js can consume data from Google Analytics, build a machine learning model, and, at runtime, prefetch the resources which are likely to be needed next!
In this tutorial, we’ll learn to use the template-driven approach in Angular 7 to work with forms. We’ll learn about NgForm, ngModel and ngSubmit directives which are the essential concepts in template-based forms and how to create an authentication system with Node and Express.js.