Release Angular 8, Angular CLI at Air France-KLM, optimizing with *ngFor & more

Hi, I’m your curator Andrey, currently using Angular to build developer platform Jexia. 
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Angular Weekly

May 29 · Issue #56 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for Angular pros.

Hi, I’m your curator Andrey, currently using Angular to build developer platform Jexia

Angular 8:  smaller bundles, CLI APIs, ecosystem alignment
→ New: dynamic imports for lazy routes
→ New: Build and deploy in one Angular command
Announcing TypeScript 3.5
Understand NgRx by building one
Abstracting state with NGRX facades
A much better syntax compared to the "magic string" approach
Angular 8 changes the way in which we lazily load routes from other modules
#angular #angular8 #lazyloading #javascript #typescript #codesnippet
1:03 PM - 29 May 2019
Lazy loading can do that
The Angular CLI at Air France-KLM
Angular validation errors made easy
Andres Gesteira
Do you want to stop unsubscribing in Angular components? Use a mixin class. No libraries. No overengineering. Remove all the boilerplate like this:
3:01 PM - 23 May 2019
Angular & RxJS: detecting memory leaks
Mocking/stubbing the current Date in Jest tests
Angular optimization: trackBy for *ngFor directive
Server-side TypeScript with Node
Push-based architectures with RxJS
A way to mock and test Angular component based on ActivatedRoute:
7:50 PM - 23 May 2019
Building a JavaScript guitar pedalboard
Getting started with NestJS & TypeORM
JavaScript Object Explorer
Announcing Stencil One: beta
Tony Brown ⚛️ ❤️ 💻 👑
RxJS: A Better Way to Write Front-end Applications?
This is a solution, is it better? Well that's subjective, isn't it? via @InfoQ
9:07 AM - 25 May 2019
Isomor: start fast with Angular and NestJs
CapsulaHub: build/ test micro-frontend services
Dependabot is now free and we think it's amazing
Better HTTP/2 Prioritization for a faster web
Back to the 90s' - Revenge of the static website
The JS journey: from downloading scripts to execution
Mike Ryan
@code_punkt @robwormald @mjackson @wesgrimes When a commit lands in Angular's master branch every application internally at Google gets updated to that commit. There's no concept of versioned Angular inside of Google. Result is that every commit of Angular is tested against every single Angular application inside of Google.
6:24 PM - 24 May 2019
Scientific papers
Dependency versioning in the wild
Reusable inline caching for JavaScript performance
Optimized Angular Apps: Smaller, Faster, Better | Maxim Salnikov
Processor Pattern with Angular Dependency Injection | Jecelyn Yeen
Angular App Architecture: Don’t get Lost in Structure | David Müllerchen
Progressive Web Apps: Cross-Platform Applications w/ Angular | Shmuela Jacobs
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