Avoiding bottlenecks between front-end development and the API are common, even when you have front-end and back-end devs on the same team. See how Angular's dependency injection can save the day to help you develop without worrying about the timing of the API.
In order to minimize the changes needed during the integration, we will leverage the power of Angular’s Injectables and will work on both the API clients at the same time
Accessibility is often sadly overlooked in web development. The true tragedy is that with proper planning and guidance, accessibility can be baked into the architecture of your application, allowing all users to have a positive experience on your site.
This article highlights an approach to automated accessibility with form fields.
We maintain compliance with accessibility guidelines and give developers the guidance they need when they need it.
Have you tried out a micro-frontend architecture? Have you thought about the deployment conflicts that can be solved? Perhaps you have teams that have difference preferences when it comes to the framework being used.
Check out this article about micro-frontends and how they may help you with your next project.
From a user perspective they access a single application, but the developer’s ability to solve a problem is no longer limited by what single framework the application uses.
Could this be the end of those religious debates of Angular v React v Vue?
I choose all of them!
Here's a quick tip on how to retrieve query parameters as an object from the ActivatedRoute instance.
Have you heard about SCAMS? No, we're not talking about robo-dialers.
SCAMs (Single Component Angular Modules) can emulate tree-shakable components by having an Angular module only be concerned about declaring and exporting a single component. A SCAM instructs the Angular compiler to link declarable dependencies (components, directives, and pipes used in a component template) to its component template by importing other SCAMs and fine-graned third party Angular modules.
Have you had a chance to try the opt-in for Bazel with your Angular CLI based project? If so, we'd love to hear about your experience.
Thanks to its properties — hermeticity, parallelism, and incrementality, Bazel enables fast builds, which are proportional to the changes that we’ve made, rebuilding only the artifacts that are affected by the updated files.