Unless you don't like to test your code, you'll love this article that outlines some best practices for testing directives in Angular. See how to access DOM elements in your templates using the Angular testing module. By the end of the article, you'll be better equipped to test your directives and understand how you can incorporate testing into your development process.
Looking for a quick and dirty way to cache an http request? Thanks to RxJS and the shareReplay operator, you're in luck! As with all things, there are other considerations about cache invalidation and memory consumption, but take a look at this super short article and see how this approach might help get you started.
Didn't get a chance to attend ComponentsConf in Australia? If you'd like to learn about what Gerard Sans had to say about Ivy, you can get a preview by checking out his slides from the presentation.
What is exactly the Ivy Renderer? What features will affect the way we build apps? How can we benefit from this technology? In this presentation I will cover these and other fundamental questions while demonstrating all the features available today!
Have you experimented with "ng deploy"? As of Angular CLI 8.3, you can now deploy your application directly to Firebase, Azure, Now, Netlify, or Github. But what if you have an Angular library? You can use a new tool called ngx-deploy-npm to publish your library directly to npm using the Angular CLI! Read this quick article to find out how.
Manfred is one of the many great minds in the Angular community. In this article, he discusses the architectural ramifications of using a monorepo approach to development. You'll also learn about Domain Driven Design and how it can help you better organize your application. Are you worried about how to deal with shared functionality without high coupling? Manfred has you covered.