What's the best way to manage error, loading, and router states in your applications? In this opinionated piece, Christian Janker lays out his arguments for each of these scenarios.
I think we should not ask what’s the best way to handle loading or error state with NgRx. Independently of a state management library or not, our questions should be more generic. What are some questions that arise: Do we show the errors of our application in one place or do we show them dependent on the component inside of it? Should it be in the store in the first place?
This article covers lazy loading all the things... Routes, Modules, and even Angular Elements. You'll also learn how a tool created by Hero Devs, lazy-af, can be used to simplify the lazy loading of Angular modules.
Disclaimer This article contains video tutorials that require a subscription, but the content of the written articles contains everything that explains the lazy loading process and is highly valuable without the videos.
This 5 minute video is the perfect combination of Angular and Dr. Seuss. Not only is this free-style poetry fun, it's also a great primer of all the key things a new Angular developer should learn. Enjoy!
John Papa does it again! His talk on three Angular tips address three hot topics in today's Angular landscape: RxJS subscriptions, NgRx data, and how to deploy your application to the cloud with ease using Azure Functions and VSCode. Learn more about the JAMStack in this informative talk.
Manfred gives an update on the state of Angular Elements and the new builder capabilities in the Angular CLI that will help simplify the process of creating custom elements. You'll also learn what a greasy piece of pizza has to do with your choice of Angular Architecture with regards to web components.