If you're using custom elements in your applications or if you've delved into the world of Micro Apps, you've probably run into the issue of how to best load those custom elements dynamically to your application. Here's a new tool that was just released to help solve that specific problem. Give it a shot and let us know how it goes.
RxJS is a powerful tool used by Angular applications. Sometimes, not understanding the nuances of the operators can cause us to run into some gotchas. This article goes through 10 specific cases and shows how to avoid some frustration by understanding how these RxJS operators work.
This articles uses Nx by Nrwl to create a monorepo with both an Angular and React application. You'll see how to create web components in Angular and React and how to facilitate the communication between components. If you work in a shop where multiple frameworks are used, understanding these techniques could be a game changer.
Although web workers have been around for a while, frontend engineers seem to avoid using them in projects. There is some documentation on the Angular website, but this article will show how to generate workers, test their performance, and show real use-cases for them. With this knowledge, I hope you will be ready to begin integrating them in your existing code.
Google Analytics behaves differently in a SPA application framework like Angular. This articles shows the appropriate hooks that should be subscribed to in order to effectively use Google Analytics in your app.
Single-page application frameworks and libraries can be a blessing for developers but a pain when it comes to properly implementing tracking and analytics.