Recently I’ve been blogging mostly about Angular and it’s not by accident! Angular is an amazing framework, bringing a lot of innovation to the front-end technologies, with a great community behind it. In the same time, the projects that I’m working on have various of different requirements and sometimes I need to consider different options.
Source: Implementing Angular’s Dependency Injection in React. Understanding Element Injectors. – Minko Gechev’s blog
Today, I’m incredibly excited to announce Ionic Framework 2.0.0.Before we get into that, though, a little history lesson is in order…Back in March 2015 the Ionic team was given a unique opportunity to take all the lessons learned building a mobile framework on Angular 1 and reimagine it f
Source: Announcing Ionic 2.0.0 Final | The Official Ionic Blog
In this post I will examine how Angular applications grow in size when moving beyond the “Hello World” baseline example.
Source: Size of Angular applications
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to use form controls in an Angular 2 application without having to rely on ngModel. This is nice for one-off inputs where you don’t want to import the whole FormsModule.
Source: Using Form Controls Without FormsModule Or NgModel In Angular 2.4.1
Ben Nadel explores the ng-container directive in Angular 2 and compares it to the template directive which can also be used to group and conditionally render HTML fragments.
Source: Template vs. ng-container For Grouping DOM Nodes In Angular 2.4.4
Let’s see two new features that are going to be in Angular version 4. ( unless something will change )
Source: A Taste from Angular Version 4