Angular Elements allows the provision of web components and the still experimental view engine ngIvy promises unrivalled small bundles. The CLI automates tedious tasks when integrating and updating libraries and can now build npm packages.
Angular version 6 is finally here; it brings a lot of interesting features and it’s the first release of Angular that unifies the Framework, Material and CLI. But enough about that! We talked with Minko Gechev, co-founder & CTO at Rhyme.com about his favorite feature of Angular version 6, his first impression of the new release and more.
The wait is over! Angular v6 is here, later than expected but still very welcome. This is the first release of Angular that unifies the Framework, Material and CLI.
Pluralsight, the enterprise technology learning platform, announced the launch of the Pluralsight Technology Index that ranks the demand for skills in certain technologies. Here we offer an introduction in the methodology behind the new index and take a look at some interesting results.
Progressive Web Apps are speedy, reliable, and enhance the mobile web. We spoke with developer Maxim Salnikov about the next best thing for scrolling through the web.
ViewChild and ContentChild are two very important features of Angular that are used to access Child Component in the Parent Component. In this tutorial, Dhananjay Kumar explains how you can use them for component communication in Angular.
Looking to create a popup model for Angular? In this step-by-step tutorial, Dhananjay Kumar explains how you can create a component dynamically.
Every year, Stack Overflow asks the developer community about everything from their favorite technologies to their job preferences. As always, we focus on the most popular technologies but we also skim through the most dreaded languages, libraries, frameworks and tools.
Angular has all sorts of excellent features that keep developers happy. In this article, Yakov Fain goes over the Angular framework and explains why he’s still satisfied with switching to this framework years later.
Angular 6 (expected one month from now!) is packed with goodies such as Ivy Renderer beta, TypeScript 2.7 support, Package Format (APF) v6 and more. If you’d like to know what’s in store for Angular this year, you’re in luck — Brad Green, Angular platform engineering director at Google spilled the beans in a recent post.
The AngularJS is over seven years old, but it’s still a viable framework option. In this article, Lyubomir Petkov explains why you don’t actually need to migrate to a newer version of Angular.
What if we told you that developers who work with one programming language or technology may prefer a certain UI framework? Stack Overflow broke developers into groups based on the tag they most visit and examined the percentage of traffic that goes to each of these frameworks.