Angular Addicts Issue #6: ng-conf 2022, NgRx best practices, Application architecture tips & more
My favorite Angular resources of September, 2022
👋Hey fellow Angular Addict
This is the 6th issue of the Angular Addicts Newsletter, a monthly collection of carefully selected Angular resources that got my attention. (You can read the first, second, third, fourth and fifth issue here.)
💎Angular Gems of September, 2022
📰ng-conf 2022 report
ng-conf 2022 was held at the beginning of September.
Lance Finney attended the conference in person and wrote a detailed report of his key takeaways:
Meziah Ruby also shared the notes she took during the conference:
Everything I learned at ng-conf 2022
Lorenzo Zarantonello wrote a short summary of the Angular Team Keynote:
Summary Of Angular Team Keynote @ ng-conf 2022
🎞️NgRx Industry Best Practices
In this almost 2 hour long interview, Christian Lüdemann and Tomas Trajan talk about NgRx best practices in the industry, they cover the following topics:
Using NgRx schematics
How you can use the 80/20 rule (Pure functions should make up 80% of NgRx)
When in doubt, move your logic one level up-
Action as events
Effects are for orchestration only, business logic should be moved to services
Normalizing vs duplication of state
When should you use NgRx?
Store performance optimizations
What state should be stored in the store
NgRx Industry Best Practices (with Tomas Trajan)
📰Application Architecture for Angular Projects
In this article, OZ shares the experience he gained as a leader of different Angular development projects. He suggests best practices for:
store and e2e testing
components and change detection
API & data access
Application Architecture for Angular Projects
📰It’s ok to use function calls in Angular templates!
It’s ok to use function calls in Angular templates!
Here is a collection of my favorite tweets from September, 2022:
🙋♂️Who is behind Angular Addicts?
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If you missed the previous issues of the newsletter, you can read them here:
Angular Addicts Issue #5: New features in Angular 14.2, Bundle size optimization, Tutorials & more
Angular Addicts Issue #4: Micro Frontends, Moduliths, Tutorials & more
Angular Addicts Issue #3: recent version updates, my fav tweets & more
Angular Addicts Issue #2: Angular 14, NX 14, RxJS and NgRx tips & more
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