If you ever did any work with WordPress, you might be familiar with the concept of a multi-site. This architecture allows you to have a single code base that supports multiple themed versions of the site. What's the best way to handle lazy loading different CSS? How do you manage loading different versions of a component based on the current theme? Learn how in this guide to multi-site architecture with Angular.
Most Angular developers are already familiar with RxJS and know that Angular makes use of it within the framework. But some of us still have trouble thinking reactively when it comes to creating our own code. This article contrasts code with and without RxJS to show how reactive approaches can be easier to read and maintain.
We all want to build bug-free applications. We also know that it is not possible. Therefore the best we can do when we encounter an error is to interpret it as fast as we can and push the fix.
We're sure your application never has bugs... But just in case you run across somebody else's application with a production issue, here's a very helpful article that will assist you in interpreting the seemingly nonsensical numbers in the browser's console when you hit a tough spot.
Angular 9 is released! So now what? If you want a really simple guide to get your upgrade on the right track, you'll want to give this article a read. From making sure your application is already on version 8 to upgrading your dependencies, everything is covered.
The team at Nrwl has made a change to the Angular Console application and rebranded it as the Nx Console. For the unfamiliar, the Nx Console is an application that exposes the capabilities of the Angular CLI with a web application. In order to focus development efforts, the team eliminated the console application and is now 100% focused on developing the VS Code extension. To learn more about the Nx Console and the future of this tool, check out this article.