The Angular team is looking for our help to opt in to Ivy so they can find any bugs and get them fixed before Ivy is enabled by default. So let's help Stephen Fluin out and flip the switch on our apps! The article also includes a guide for how to enable Ivy.
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Smaller bundles, faster compilations, Better debugging, dynamic loading of module and components and advanced concepts like Higher order components. This article is a great guide for the 3rd generation of the Angular renderer and is packed with code examples of how to enable Ivy in your application.
Are you interested in creating web components using Angular Ivy? This area of Angular is still under heavy active development, so this is definitely and article for early adopters who want to be familiar with the process before the official APIs are released. Manfred walks us through the process of creating a custom element today using Angular Ivy in this great post!
As it turns out, getting route path parameter in a non-routed component is not easy at all!
If you've ever tried this in your apps, you know how difficult this can be.
Tomas goes through three different strategies to accessing the route path in this article with StackBlitz examples you can explore.
Creating offline-first web applications is not a trivial task. There are numerous considerations to be made (more than can be covered in a single article) and there are many potential pitfalls. However, there are two very important considerations to be made with respect to storing data in the user’s browser: where to store the data, and how to ensure that it is not stale.
This article demonstrates how to use RxJS in combination with the ngx-pwa/local-storage library to facilitate offline capabilities in your apps. Very thorough and presents multiple options for you to consider.