It’s here! Angular 5.0 is finally here! We already went over the new release in depth here, but we’re celebrating its release in the only way we can, with gifs. Strap in, it’s going to be a heck of a ride!
We’re celebrating the release of Angular 5 with a return to our programming pub quiz series! Today, we’re testing your knowledge about Angular. Do you know everything there is to know about this framework?
How can you expand the reach of your Angular app or site? Internationalization and localization, of course! In this article, Lolita Rogers and Olga Nasonova go over the basics of going global and share some tips and tricks on how to bring your app to the wider world.
AngularDart 4.0 is here. First of all, you should know that this is the last stable release that fully supports Dart 1.24.0. Also, since package:angular2 has been renamed to package:angular, you need to manually update your dependencies. That being said, let’s see what’s new.
How do we choose between frameworks? There are pros and cons to each choice. But, in the end, does it all come down to personal preference? In this article, Julia Kravchenko explains the advantages and disadvantages of three different frameworks – Angular, Ember.js, and Vue.js.
Good news, everyone! The team behind NgRx has announced their latest release – NgRx 4 – to match the newest version of Angular. Lazy loading, simplified testing, and even a redesigned router integration.
It’s been six months since the last update — it’s time to see what’s cooking in the Angular Material kitchen. The first beta release of the Angular CDK is now available on npm and the data-table is making its debut.
What is it that makes Angular, Angular? Is it the technical competence, the large ecosystem, or its raucous community? Today we’re going to do a deep dive into this fascinating framework as Wassim Chegham, Uri Shaked, and Christoffer Noring explain why it’s easy to be impressed by Angular.
Frameworks are NOT considered as a replacement for programming languages but that doesn’t mean they haven’t rocked the latter’s world. Angular, JavaFX, MicroProfile, Spring MVC, Node.js, JSF and MVC 1.0 are some of the most important players. And guess what? You‘ll find them all in this issue.
Angular 4 has been released. In this article, Karsten Sitterberg and Thomas Kruse show all the innovations, give tips on migrating and take a guess at what Angular 5 will look like.
Listen, we’ve all been there. Angular 2 was… tolerable. But everything changed when Angular 4 was released earlier this week. Let’s work our way through the emotional rollercoaster that was this software release.