A promising application of web components is the world of micro-apps or micro-frontends. The concept is that you can choose whichever technology or framework you want and create custom elements that interact with each other seamlessly in a single application.
This area of web development is still emerging, and there are some gotchas, but this article is a great introduction into how a web component from Angular and React can be used in the same web application.
Many AngularJS devs these days are spending a large amount of their time working toward a migration to Angular. There are many approaches that you can take to migrate a legacy code base while still having to develop new features in the new target architecture. You may feel like you're trying to change the tires on a moving car.
The approach presented in this article describes a process that allows the legacy AngularJS application and the Angular application to coexist side by side under the same domain. Take a look and see if this approach solves your migration task.
By now you probably know that version 7.3 of the Angular CLI has built in support for conditional polyfill loading for legacy browsers. But do you know how to take advantage of this feature in existing projects? Learn how in this brief article.
With today's push toward more web component based applications, specifically Angular Elements, have you wondered how you'll integrate state management tools like NgRx?
In this blog, Let’s walk through how to build a fully functional counter that is backed by NgRx and distributed across multiple angular elements. This will allow us to deploy our counter for use across multiple frameworks.
This article is basically a super concise but thorough review of all of the Decorators used by Angular. It wouldn't be surprising to see this content referenced directly from the Angular docs.