In this talk we're going to explore how to architect Angular libraries with the help of sub-entries so that our consumers can benefit from the smallest possible bundle size and our teammates from great developer experience when adding additional components and services to the library itself!
Component is the central piece in Angular. Sometimes you want to generalize a particular component, to make it shareable across your application or to move into a custom component library to share it around multiple applications. It is important to understand how to approach shareable components in your particular use-case.
Managing Q/A sessions for all 7 talks of jsday.IT 2021 Virtual edition, facilitating viewers questions and coming up with relevant content based questions to further enhance viewer experience and communicate concepts presented by the speakers...
Modern tooling provided by Angular CLI enables us to provide amazing developer experience. Providing built-in library specific schematics enables us to cut on the learning curve that is needed to get developers productive straight from the start by generating code which follows intentioned best practices.
Modern tooling provided by Angular CLI enables us to provide amazing developer experience. Providing built-in library specific schematics enables us to cut on the learning curve that is needed to get developers productive straight from the start by generating code which follows intentioned patterns.
This presentation will be in form of live coding in which we explore how we can use Angular Schematics provided out of the box, how to create our own custom schematics and how to integrate them into Angular CLI workspaces.
Web components and Angular elements are exciting new web technologies! They enable us to build and compose our frontend application in unprecedented ways. Learn about the new seamless way of using them in your Angular applications & various use cases.
Standard way of testing of Angular JS 1.X app is using “official” Karma / Jasmine solution, which uses a lot of Angular specific APIs. Let’s explore how can we implement our unit-tests independently from Angular with help of (ES6) modules and Mocha.
In this episode of Adventures in Angular, the panel speaks with Tomas Trajan a Google Developer Expert for Angular from Switzerland. Tomas explains what Angular Schematics is and how it simplifies a developer’s life. He goes through cases where Angular Schematics would be great to use.
Tomas Trajan joins Aaron Frost to talk about his journey as a Angular consultant and Google Developer Expert. Tomas and Aaron mention that they are both drop-outs from college and share different sources of self-learning. They both agree they did not learn programming in school.
Are you an organizer of a great conference or meetup and would you like to get some thought provoking Angular or frontend talk for you attendees?
Drop me a line or just ping me on Twitter @tomastrajan and we will figure out how to make that happen!