Advanced visual Angular reports, change detection strategies, NPM mistakes & more

Andrey uses Angular to build developer platform Jexia. You can check previous newsletter editions her
Angular Weekly

Angular Weekly

November 3 · Issue #26 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for Angular pros.

Andrey uses Angular to build developer platform Jexia. You can check previous newsletter editions here.

Angular 7 in the house!
Journey though state management
Max, Wizard of the Web
The term "Virtual DOM" is so overloaded! It's in all articles about #React, and how it's better in terms of memory usage compared to #Angular. But very few ppl understand the details behind change detection to compare these frameworks. Btw, you won't find VDOM in React sources.
4:31 PM - 2 Nov 2018
Getting introduced to and started with Angular 7.0
<ng-template>, <ng-content>, <ng-container> + ngTemplateOutlet
Effective code review
Loading external libraries on demand in Angular
Jacek Spławski
Do you know that there is an easy way to keep an eye on your bundle sizes in an #Angular project? Just define performance budgets in the CLI configuration file, angular.json, and that's all. The build system shows a warning or an error when part of the app exceed boundaries.
12:40 AM - 3 Nov 2018
State managed authentication in Angular with NGRX
10 guidelines on readability and consistency for integration tests
Creating advanced visual reports with Angular
Understanding change detection strategies in Angular
Angular 7 - user registration and login example & tutorial
Ben Lesh 🧢🏋️‍♂️💻🎨
This morning @ladyleet ambush-live-streamed me to ask about what's changing in #RxJS 7. The link is here:
4:17 PM - 2 Nov 2018
Top NPM package.json mistakes that open source authors make 
Building a Progressive Web Application (PWA) with Angular Material and AWS Amplify - Part 1
Interview with Angular expert Manfred Steyer about Angular 7
Shmuela Jacobs: It’s Alive! Dynamic Components in Angular
David Khourshid: Reactive State Machines and Statecharts
Max Millington: A Reappreciation of Redux
Stephen Fluin
Hey there #Angular peeps. I'm going to be a lot less responsive for the next month. I'm working on a new side project. #ng-new-baby
1:53 AM - 30 Oct 2018
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