TL;DR that I took from this: if you contribute to a wildly used project, you must be careful not to break thousands of existing apps.
A story of a guy who talked his company into contributing to #Angular CDK Overlay:
I am now playing with a monorepo project with Python and Angular, so dunno if I should install PyCharms and use webstorm/pycharms individually.
Oh wow, stumbled upon a super nice #Angular resource by Misko Hevery: http://misko.hevery.com/code-reviewers-guide/flaw-constructor-does-real-work/
Minko Gechev explains how to have an O(1) differ for Angular's NgForOf directive.
I love those non-obvious ideas - take the differ out of the differ and into the collection being diffed itself.
Quick tip: do not do method calls to assign property values in #Angular templates. E.g. `<input [disabled]="isDisabled()">` if at all possible. Mostly it's enough to just assign a property on the class instance and hook into that. Those method calls are pure performance killers.
Angular 7 is out. No Ivy yet :(, but many useful goodies:
boring braging #angular meetup retro
I ran a really good #Angular Meetup yesterday, three speakers from outa town, much of the audience saying they enjoyed it.
I've just announced the next #Angular #Munich #Meetup (State Management Part I, End to end Testing) (link: https://www.meetup.com/Angular-Munich/events/254759056/) meetup.com/Angular-Munich…
Come hear one of the interesting talks on RxJS and State Management by
- he's coming over all the way from Vienna to show us #rxjs tricks.
And while there, you can also stick around for another talk on End-to-end Testing Angular by yours trully ;)
Hi #Angular people! I am looking for an open source Angular app with #ngrx. I mean a full featured app, not small to-do tutorials or contrived examples.
While on the topic, anything out there with good feature modules usage? I want to point to these topics and have examples in real world usage, for a meetup talk I'm preparing.
I love the people that have this kind of time on their hands to dig into things like angular ivy compiler.
according to some, I'm avant-garde ;)
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