AngularJS is a huge framework with that already has many performance enhancements built in, but they can’t solve all our problems. No matter how fast the framework, we can all create sluggish code through bad practices and not understanding key concepts that help it perform well. The following performance pointers are some of the things I’ve learned from developing Angular applications that will hopefully enable you to keep building fast applications.
I recently faced the challenge to get as much power as possible out of a AWS EC2 instance at the lowest possible cost using concurrent persistent websockets. To do this I needed to use …
One of the biggest things to consider when it comes to using Angular 2, is the upgrade path from Angular 1. Angular 2 is entirely written in TypeScript but browsers today only support ES5 or some features of ES6. However, nobody prevents us from writing Angular 2 code in ES5. A couple of weeks ago we wrote about exactly that. This time, we take a look at a new, much better, syntax to write Angular 2 in ES5.