Tag Archives: Philippe Martin

Weekly 2019-07-24

Angular releases & docs

angular: 8.1.2 (2019-07-17) 8.2.0-next.2 (2019-07-17)
angular-cli: v8.2.0-next.1
angular material2: vantablack-glowstick
Twitter feed for all your releases: Release Butler

Links

Paco Ita
Create a never offline web app!
Francesco Leardini @paco_ITA

Dominic Adah
Handling animations properly with the RxJS finalize operator
Dominic Adah @sudo_kaizen

Carlos Caballero
Understanding Content Projection in Angular
Carlos Caballero @Carlillo

Jan-Niklas Wortmann
About switchMap and friends
Jan-Niklas Wortmann @niklas_wortmann

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Weekly 2019-07-10

Angular releases & docs

angular: 8.1.0 (2019-07-02) 8.2.0-next.0 (2019-07-02)
angular-cli: v8.1.0
angular material2: metal-mushroom
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Links

Paco Ita
A gentle introduction to Progressive Web Apps – Step 1
How to install a PWA on a user’s device – Step 2
Service workers and caching strategies explained – Step 3
Create Progressive Web Apps with Angular, Workbox, PWA Builder – Step 4
Francesco Leardini @paco_ITA

 Kevin Kreuzer
Retry failed HTTP requests in Angular
Kevin Kreuzer @KevinKreuzer90

Chidume Nnamdi
Understanding Data Binding in Angular
Chidume Nnamdi @ngArchangel

Bartosz Pietrucha
Angular Architecture Patterns and Best Practices (that help to scale)
Bartosz Pietrucha @pietrucha

Wes
A Deep Dive into Angular’s NgOnDestroy
Wes @wesgrimes

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Weekly 2019-07-02

Angular releases & docs

angular: 8.0.3, 8.1.0-rc.0 (2019-06-26)
angular-cli: v8.0.6, v8.1.0-rc.0
angular material2: 8.0.1
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Links

Dan Wahlin
Mastering the Subject: Communication Options in RxJS
Dan Wahlin (@DanWahlin)

Netanel Basal
Understanding the Magic Behind Angular Elements
Netanel Basal (@NetanelBasal)

Minko Gechev
Try Bazel’s opt-in preview in Angular CLI
Minko Gechev (@mgechev)

Philippe MARTIN
Deploying an i18n Angular app with angular-cli
Philippe MARTIN (@feloy2)

Fabian Gosebrink
Updating your angular app to NgRx 8
Fabian Gosebrink (@FabianGosebrink)

Toby Rogers
Build a Desktop Application with Angular and Electron
Toby Rogers

Gerard Sans
How to create a highly scalable serverless GraphQL data-driven app in minutes
Gerard Sans (@gerardsans)

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Angular Weekly 2017-05-10

Angular releases & docs
angular 4.1.0 (2017-04-26)

Links

Eric Elliott Elements of JavaScript Style – Eric Elliott
Kim Maida Glossary of Modern JavaScript Concepts: Part 2 – Kim Maida
Minko Gechev 7 Angular Tools That You Should Consider – Minko Gechev
Stephen Fluin Configuring Your IDE for Angular – Stephen Fluin
Victor Savkin Tackling State in Angular Applications – Victor Savkin
Philippe Martin Angular v4 Universal Demystified – Philippe Martin
Eric Lawrence Inspecting Certificates in Chrome – Eric Lawrence
Brian Holt Proposals in this day & age, taking steps to the next stage – Brian Holt
Fredrik Lundin Setting up a CI pipeline for deploying your Angular application to Azure using Visual Studio Team Services and GitHub – Fredrik Lundin
Rick Strahl IIS and ASP.NET Core Rewrite Rules for Static Files and Html 5 Routing – Rick Strahl
Ben Lesh Advanced RxJS: State Management and Animations – Ben Lesh
keilahzad carpenter Angular: Route Authentication and Guards – keilahzad carpenter
Michal Pierzchala Testing Angular faster with Jest – Michal Pierzchala
Todd Motto Component architecture recipes for Angular’s reactive forms – Todd Motto
Cory Rylan Custom Preloading and Lazy Loading Strategies with Angular – Cory Rylan
Marius Schulz Asynchronous JavaScript with async/await – Marius Schulz
Tomas Trajan Angular Model Pattern – Tomas Trajan

Upcoming Events

dotnetday (sold out!)

Registration opened
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23. Mai 2017
Microsoft, Wallisellen

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 2017-04-12

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

Angular releases & docs
angular material2 2.0.0-beta.3

Links

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

Upcoming Events

Jazoon Bern
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27/28.04.2017
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BärnerJS Talks with Ayşegül Yönet‏
Thursday, April 27, 2017, 6:00 PM
Brückfeldstrasse 16, Bern

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

dotnetday (sold out!)

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23. Mai 2017
Microsoft, Wallisellen

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