So after you've built your amazing new Angular app, where are you going to host it? In this article, you'll see how to create a CI/CD pipeline in Azure DevOps to host your application on an Azure App Service plan. This is part I in the series, as there are multiple options for Angular app hosting in Azure, so stay tuned for future updates as well.
Have you ever wanted a way to visually confirm which parts of your UI are being updated during change detection? If so, check out this chrome extension that you can either install manually from the source code or from the chrome extension store.
It's not uncommon for large enterprises to have teams that develop their APIs in .net core and their front end applications in Angular. An even more common reality is requiring devs to be "full stack" so they can work on the front and back end of the application simultaneously.
If you've been wanting to learn how to create a .net core API for your Angular application, this article is a great place to start.
The Google Chrome team recently created a collection of articles focused on maximizing your Angular application performance. More articles will be added to this over time, so consider bookmarking this page.
Many Angular Apps are using an implicit authentication flow. There is a current trend to move to a more secure Authorization Code Flow with PKCE.
Manfred Steyer and other members of the open source community have released a new version of angular-oauth2-oidc that now supports the PKCE flow. Check it out!