Typical NgRx mistakes, Angular Console fundamentals, overthinking Typescript's cash & more

Andrey uses Angular to build developer platform Jexia. If you were forwarded this newsletter and you
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December 7 · Issue #31 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for Angular pros.

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Overthinking cash in TypeScript
A gentle introduction into change detection in Angular
Angular docs traffic just crossed 1.5M monthly visitors. That's more than 50% yearly growth! We couldn't have done this alone. Thanks so very much to the entire #Angular community for making this possible. https://t.co/Oii3KrzhzD
11:58 PM - 3 Dec 2018
Angular Console: what is it and why is it valuable for you?
Angular 7: what's new and noteworthy + OIDC Goodness
3 ways you’re using NgRx wrong
Avoiding the pitfalls of automatically inlined code
How to cache HTTP requests in an Angular app (PWA)
Oleksandr Ryndiuk 💡🍩💻
"On The Irrational Demonization Of Two-Way Data-Binding In Angular" by BenNadel #Angular https://t.co/aIhj7RRLR7 https://t.co/Ji5k2zp8sg
11:11 PM - 7 Dec 2018
Keeping browser tabs in sync using localStorage, NgRx, and RxJS
My favorite state management technique — RxJS behavior subjects
How I helped improve Angular Console
Definite Assignment Assertion to define required input bindings
Metacoding, higher-order components and mixins w/ Angular Ivy
Creating a dynamic CRUD service in Angular
Angular 7 series, part 2: create a custom library
How to make a custom theme in Angular Material
Stephen Fluin
In case you missed this, someone built an Angular Material theme generator! This is so awesome! https://t.co/3FCFbfUWAh Built in #Angular of course. https://t.co/12O828fVNj
9:50 PM - 30 Nov 2018
Angular route transition animation in 5 easy steps
Angular 6 & 7 HTTP client interceptor with error handling
Open sourcing node-publisher
NG-ZORRO - Ant Design Of Angular
The state of web browsers
Securing the JS Ecosystem
Nicolò Ribaudo
We just released Babel 7.2.0, with support for transforming private methods and parsing the "smart" pipeline operator!

8:20 PM - 3 Dec 2018
Trends for JavaScript in 2019
The 'event-stream' vulnerability
The event-stream vulnerability in detail
This year in JavaScript: 2018 in review and npm’s 2019 predictions
Complex Features Made Easy With RxJS - Ben Lesh
Victor Savkin - Managing State in Angular Applications
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