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Angular Weekly 2017-05-24

Angular releases & docs
angular 4.2.0-rc.0 (2017-05-19) 4.1.3 (2017-05-17)

Links

Pam Lahoud Integrating Angular 4 Unit Tests with Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) – Pam Lahoud
Eric Elliott Composing Software: An Introduction – Eric Elliott
João Angelo Two-Factor Authentication Using Biometrics – João Angelo
Ben Nadel Inverse Type Guards Work In TypeScript – Ben Nadel
Deborah Kurata Build a Simple Angular Service to Share Data – Deborah Kurata
Todd Motto RxJS: Observables, observers and operators introduction – Todd Motto
Brecht Billiet A scalable Angular 2 architecture – Brecht Billiet
Minko Gechev 7 Angular Tools That You Should Consider – Minko Gechev
Pedro Silva Moreira Guidelines for Building Software that Will Make People Hate You – Pedro Silva Moreira
Minko Gechev Angular Performance Checklist – Minko Gechev

Upcoming Events

Angular Meetup Basel – with 30min Talk
Angular Basel
Dienstag, 30. Mai 2017, 19:00
Klybeckstrasse, Basel

Lightning Talks, Workshops, Social Event
Typescript Swizerland
Dienstag, 20. Jun, 18:00
Zürich

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Angular Weekly 2017-03-22

Angular releases & docs
4.0.0-rc.5 (2017-03-17) | 2.4.10 (2017-03-17)

Links

Shayne Boyer dotnet new angular to Azure with Docker using CLI – Shayne Boyer
Juri Strumpflohner Tuning Angular’s Change Detection – Juri Strumpflohner
Gleb Bahmutov Trying TypeScript – Gleb Bahmutov
Karsten Sitterberg Build and test Angular apps using Docker – Karsten Sitterberg
Liran Tal Node.js Yarning for Local Packages – Liran Tal
Sean Landsman Webpack Tutorial: Understanding @ngtools/webpack – Sean Landsman
Netanel Basal Understanding ViewChildren, ContentChildren, and QueryList in Angular – Netanel Basal
Dominique St-Amandl Synchronizing node version with your environment in Visual Studio 2017 – Dominique St-Amand
Jurgen Van de Moere Understanding Component Architecture: Refactoring an Angular App – Jurgen Van de Moere
Ben Nadel Building JavaScript Demos With System.js, TypeScript 2.2.1, And Angular 2.4.9 – Ben Nadel
Torgeir Tor Helgevold Minimal Angular Application – Torgeir “Tor” Helgevold
Matt Fehskens Testing Routes in Angular 2 – Matt Fehskens
Sebastian Using Bootstrap with Angular – Sebastian
François Zaninotto Your API-Centric Web App Is Probably Not Safe Against XSS and CSRF – François Zaninotto

Upcoming Events

Jazoon Bern
http://jazoon.com/
27/28.04.2017
Gurten Pavillon, 3084 Wabern, Bern, Switzerland

Angular Universal with Express.js Demo
Angular Basel
Dienstag, 2. Mai 2017
Klybeckstrasse, Basel

dotnetday

Registration opened
http://dotnetday.ch/
23. Mai 2017
Microsoft, Wallisellen

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Angular Weekly 2017-02-15

Package of the week
ng2-completerOfer Herman
Angular Localization – Angular autocomplete component

This component from Ofer Herman works well and with problem using AoT. It has good documentation and can be styled or changed as required.

ngautocomplete

Description
An autocomplete component which can connect easily to different data sources.

Documentation, code | npm

Angular release & docs
4.0.0-beta.7 (2017-02-09) and 2.4.7 (2017-02-09)

Links

Dan Wahlin 10 Angular and TypeScript Projects to Take You From Zero to Hero – Dan Wahlin
Jecelyn Yeen Using HammerJS (Touch gesture) in Angular 2 – Jecelyn Yeen
Bram Borggreve Using Yarn with Angular CLI – Bram Borggreve
Tamás Sallai Why Webpack 2’s Tree Shaking is not as effective as you think – Tamás Sallai
Tamás Sallai Getting started with Browserify – Tamás Sallai
John Peters TypeScript and the Async/Await Construct – John Peters
Joe Eames Lesson: Understanding TypeScript’s Types – Joe Eames
Feras Khoursheed WebPack is not the only way – Feras Khoursheed
Sergio Cruz Getting Components to Communicate in Angular – Sergio Cruz
Thomas Burleson and Aaron Frost Introduction to Angular Material – Thomas Burleson and Aaron Frost
Meligy Successfully Upgrade Your angular-cli App (Beta 28 & Below) To The Latest @angular/cli Beta – Meligy
Ben Nadel Using NgOnChanges Collection With Dot-Notation And TypeScript In Angular 2.4.4 – Ben Nadel
Addy Osmani JavaScript Start-up Performance – Addy Osmani
Sanjay Purswani Optimising the front end for the browser – Sanjay Purswani
Akshay Nihalaney Real World Angular – Part 4: State of my SPA – Akshay Nihalaney
Shawn Wildermuth Why I Moved to Vue.js from Angular 2 – Shawn Wildermuth
Meligy Shared Modules In Angular Apps: Providers Best Practices And What Does `forRoot()` Do? – Meligy
Gerard Sans Angular 2 — Testing Guide – Gerard Sans

Upcoming Events

TypeScript Switzerland

Lightning Talks, Workshops, Social Event
Di, 21. Feb 18:00
Renuo AG, Industriestrasse 44, Wallisellen

Angular Basel
Angular and C# .Net as Backend
Dienstag, 28. Februar 2017 19:00

Jazoon Bern
http://jazoon.com/
27/28.04.2017
Gurten Pavillon, 3084 Wabern, Bern, Switzerland

dotnetday
http://dotnetday.ch/
23. Mai 2017
Microsoft, Wallisellen

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