Angular Weekly 2017-04-12

Package of the Week Angular2-Toaster

Angular2-toaster is an asynchronous, non-blocking Angular2 Toaster Notification library. With it you can easily display short messages to the user to give some information. It can simply be included in your app. After that you get a service provided on which you can call methods to display messages. In addition to that it is very flexible and easy to customise to your needs.

github code | npm

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Philippe Martin Deploying an i18n Angular app with angular-cli – Philippe Martin
Philippe Martin Building a Dynamic website with Angular Universal – Philippe Martin
Santosh Kumar Adidawarpu Angular 2 Guards To Protect Routes – Santosh Kumar Adidawarpu
Aaron Marisi Get Going with the Angular and ASP.NET CLIs – Aaron Marisi
Uri Shaked Angular and Accessibility – Uri Shaked
Manfred Steyer Step by Step Improving Startup Performance with Lazy Loading in Angular – Manfred Steyer
Sean Larkin Everything is a plugin! Mastering webpack from the inside out – Sean Larkin
Dan Wahlin Docker: What Every Angular Developer Should Know About It! – Dan Wahlin
Matias Niemelä Animations in Angular 4.0.0 – Matias Niemelä
Tobias Bosch The Angular Compiler 4.0 – Tobias Bosch
Oliver Combe Lost in Translation – Oliver Combe
Jeff Cross Angular Pre Rendering for SEO, Speed, and Happy Users – Jeff Cross
James Daniels Reducing package size and complexity with NgModule – James Daniels
Elad Bezalel & Paul Gschwendtner Angular Material 2 Workshop – Elad Bezalel & Paul Gschwendtner
Kara Erickson Angular Form Validation – Kara Erickson

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