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Tarun Sharma on the Angular @ViewChildren, @ViewChild, @ContentChildren and @ContentChild Decorators

Some time ago, software developer Tarun Sharma wrote an interesting article explaining the Angular @ViewChildren, @ViewChild, @ContentChildren and @ContentChild decorators and their respective use cases. The article is still relevant and a nice overview of the several ways of accessing different types of child components in Angular applications. Read more

Ashnita Bali & Marcin Ryzycki @ AngularConnect 2018: The differences between ElementRef, TemplateRef, ViewContainerRef

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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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State of JavaScript Survey: 2018 Edition – Criticism from an Angular Perspective

Recently, the results of the 2018 edition of the State of JavaScript survey have been published. As usual, the report comes with handy categories such as front-end, data layer, testing or mobile. While I very much support the idea of creating a yearly survey of the JavaScript landscape and this survey in particular, which I have been supporting since its inception, there's a major issue with this year's edition: In contrast to its previous editions the survey results lump together (or at least the ... Read more

Jens Oliver Meiert – The Dangers of Being a Web Developer @ 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

Should Web Apps Behave More Like UNIX Programs?

Recently, through various discussions about the nature of the web and web applications I came up with an intriguing (to me at least ...) idea: Web apps should behave like UNIX command-line tools. Please hear me out and let me elaborate. Probably the most widespread pattern in modern web app development is that of single-page applications (SPAs). Though that particular term isn't used as abundantly anymore as it used to be a few years ago the design pattern it promoted still persists: Web apps ... Read more
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