The new Angular Component pearl-lullaby (v9.0.0-rc.0) introduces the second official @angular/component component, a Google Maps component.
In this post, we take a look at getting started with the Google Maps component.
Have you ever run into issues with Interceptors and Lazy Loaded modules? Check out how @skipSelf() may help solve your problem in this micro-article.
Here's a quick refresher or a first introduction to some of the awesome tools that are available in the Angular ecosystem. Some are built into Angular itself and others come from amazing third party solutions in the Open Source community.
As an Angular Developer, we often focus on using the overall framework. This isn’t wrong since Angular was designed to have a uniform method of building great applications. However, Angular also offers great tooling support. The tooling that is included with Angular is freely available and easy to use.
A new rc candidate for version 9 of the Angular CLI has been released. Check out the latest changes and bug fixes. For example, the automatic commits when using ng update are now optional.
It's easy as developers to focus on the technical performance and capabilities of our applications. But are we paying as much attention to accessibility? Can all users make use of the great tools that you have created?
Accessibility should never be an afterthought! Everyone should be a stakeholder in it; developers, designers, and of course the testers.
The :host-context() CSS function selects the host element only if parameter matches element’s ancestor(s) and any descendant can also be targeted, like our example demonstrates. The immediate benefits are obvious...
If you're interested in learning how you can create adaptive components that behave differently based on their parent component context, check this out!