New Features in the Framework and CLI

What’s new in Angular 6?

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.

Interview with Minko Gechev, co-founder & CTO at

Angular version 6: Favorite feature(s), first impression and more

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 about his favorite feature of Angular version 6, his first impression of the new release and more.

Simplifying ViewChild and ContentChild in Angular

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.

Two years with Angular and loving it

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.

Full speed ahead

Angular 2018 roadmap includes Ivy Renderer, Angular Elements, Bazel and more

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.