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Angular Addicts Issue #3: recent version updates, my fav tweets & more
My favourite Angular resources of June, 2022
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💎Angular Gems of June, 2022
📰Angular Architecture Design
In his article, Stefan Haas summarises how software architecture affects the development speed and maintainability of an Angular project, and then he describes the four most common architectures:
📰Improving Angular Initial Load Time
In case of large Angular applications, initial loading takes a lot of time, resulting in a poor user experience. Cristian-Florin Calina demonstartes six techniques for reducing the application loading time.
📰Angular CLI and Nx — Why?
Colum Ferry compares the features of Angular CLI and Nx CLI, explains the key differences and how Nx’s additional commands work.
📰RxJS Testing — Write Unit Tests for Observables
In his in-depth tutorial, Denis Loh explains how Marble testing works and shares different techniques you can use for covering your RxJS code with unit tests.
📰10 Tips to Be a Good Angular Developer
Ivano Di Gese explains ten best practices on how to organise your code and how to choose a UI kit and a state manager.
📢Angular v14 is now available!
Angular 14 was released in early June, Emma Twersky’s blog post introduces the biggest highlights of this new version.
📢Announcing NgRx v14: Action Groups, ComponentStore Lifecycle Hooks, ESLint package, Revamped NgRx Component, and more!
v14 is a new major version of the NgRx framework, Brandon Roberts show us some interesting new features and updates.
📢Nx 14.2 — Angular v14, Storybook update, lightweight Nx and more!
In his blog post, Juri Strumpflohner showcases the latest version Nx 14.2: it has Angular v14 and Storybook 6.5 support. It also includes performance optimisations to speed up development work.
📢Announcing TypeScript 4.8 Beta
Daniel Rosenwasser announces the latest beta release of TypeScript v4.8 and highlights what’s new in v4.8:
Here is a collection of my favourite tweets from June, 2022:
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