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Filipe Silva @ AngularConnect 2018: The CLI Roadmap

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Manfred Steyer @ AngularConnect 2018: Architectures for huge Angular based enterprise applications

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Michael Hladky @ AngularConnect 2018: RxJS schedulers in depth

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Stefan Baumgartner & Katrin Freihofner @ AngularConnect 2018: Automating UI development

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RxJS: Observables, Observers, Subjects …

When developing web applications - or in fact any kind of application that involves interaction via a user interface - we inevitably have to deal with asynchronous events, perhaps even streams of such events, e.g.: mouse clicks asynchronous HTTP calls and subsequent display of data push notifications Because events are such an essential part of both the feature set and the user experience of many, if not even most, user-facing applications frameworks such as Angular treat them as first-class citizens and provide developers with ... Read more

JSON Schema to TypeScript declarations: Keeping Client and Server Models in Sync with Spring Data REST and Typescript

With web applications a separation between client and server is commonplace nowadays: While the server (also often called back-end) deals with the underlying model, data storage and the predominant part of the business logic, the user interface and user-facing behaviour in general is realised with JavaScript, HTML and CSS on the client (also referred to as front-end), i.e. the user's browser. Frequently, frameworks such as Angular are used in order to facilitate development and make code easier to read and generally more ... Read more

Miriam Suzanne – Don’t Use My Grid System (Or Any Others) @ beyond tellerrand Düsseldorf 2018

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Chrome DevTools Tips and Tricks

Chrome DevTools - or rather the development console of your favourite browser - is an essential toolkit for the modern web application developer. They help you with both debugging your own application and understanding and hence learning from other people's JavaScript, HTML and CSS code. Mastering your tools is a key ingredient to mastering your trade. Therefore it's vital to always be learning about how to use these tools more efficiently and how to apply them in different ways or with new ... Read more

Alice Boxhall: “Debugging Accessibility” at Fronteers Conference 2017

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Umar Hansa: “A Modern Front-end Workflow” at Fronteers Conference 2017

Umar Hansa - “A Modern Front-end Workflow” at Fronteers Conference 2017: Umar Hansa: "A Modern Front-end Workflow" at Fronteers Conference 2017 from Fronteers on Vimeo. Read more
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