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  • Run Angular CLI repos directly in your browser –
    • Github is the source of truth for most Angular demos, examples, prototypes, and “real world” projects. However, downloading & initializing these projects locally can take a looooong time- which makes…
    • Github, Angular CLI, edit Angular CLI, Angular CLI project, official Angular.io documentation
  • Ivy Renderer (beta) · Issue #21706 · angular/angular
    • angular – One framework. Mobile & desktop.
    • backwards-compatible Angular renderer, Hello World demo, Ivy, higher order components, Ivy renderer
  • How An Angular 5 Application Gets Started Or Loaded
    • Now, we will try to understand how an Angular application is loaded and gets started.
    • index.html file, Angular application, , ,
  • In Defense Of The Emotional Support Hamster
    • For once, regular people have found a way to exploit a poorly worded federal regulation to their advantage — something the rich and powerful do constantly, almost as a matter of principle.
    • emotional support, emotional support animal, emotional support hamster, ,
  • 🚀webpack 4 beta — try it today!🚀 – webpack –
    • webpack 4 beta is here! Faster, smaller, builds, WebAssembly, AutoCommonsChunk, #0CJS, and even more capabilities! ❤ ❤ ❤
    • official change log, webpack, longer development cycle, living migration guide, release migration guide
    • Separating state into angular modules with ngrx
    • state, application, feature module, state object, application state

Score: 34399.89809274983
URL: https://blog.angular.io/run-angular-cli-repos-directly-in-your-browser-41332fd80901?gi=3f4133a80618
Tweeted At: Fri Feb 09 20:01:27 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-02-09T19:59:56.790000+00:00
Author: Eric Simons

  • Run Angular CLI repos directly in your browserGithub is the source of truth for most Angular demos, examples, prototypes, and “real world” projects.
  • 😞This is precisely why we created StackBlitz, a lightning fast online IDE that allows you to live edit Angular CLI projects in-browser.
  • It also now powers all of the official Angular.io documentation examples!Wouldn’t it be great if you could instantly run any Angular CLI project on Github directly inside StackBlitz by simply changing the URL?
  • 🙌See it live in action with these repos below:How it works ⚙You can run any public repo on Github by providing the username + repo name like you can also optionally specify a branch, tag, or stays in sync with your repo 🔄Whenever you push commits to Github, the corresponding StackBlitz project…
  • Thanks to the blazing fast Turbo package manager, StackBlitz can install all of your app’s dependencies boot in mere seconds.Live edit code in a real environment 🛠StackBlitz comes out of the box with all of the functionality you’d expect in your local VS Code environment like intellisense, go to definition,…

Tags: Github, Angular CLI, edit Angular CLI, Angular CLI project, official Angular.io documentation

Score: 1469.154462873674
URL: https://github.com/angular/angular/issues/21706
Tweeted At: Fri Feb 09 20:55:23 +0000 2018
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Author: angular

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Tags: backwards-compatible Angular renderer, Hello World demo, Ivy, higher order components, Ivy renderer

Score: 429.99216666789187
URL: http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/article/how-an-angular-5-application-get-started-or-loaded/
Tweeted At: Sat Feb 10 08:00:00 +0000 2018
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Author: Mahesh Verma

  • This information is needed by the Angular to place this part into an index.html file with the template of the component.
  • This information is needed by the Angular to place this part into an index.html file with the template of the component.
  • So, from these bundles, the first code has to be executed from “main.ts” file, i.e., “main.ts” file is the main file from where the execution of an Angular application will start.
  • Whenever ng-serve builds our application, it creates “bundles” and automatically adds these to our index.html file at runtime.
  • So, from these bundles, the first code has to be executed from “main.ts” file, i.e., “main.ts” file is the main file from where the execution of an Angular application will start.

Tags: index.html file, Angular application, , ,

Score: 93.90665198300891
URL: https://www.buzzfeed.com/tomgara/in-defense-of-the-emotional-support-peacock#.hoqPje6D0
Tweeted At: Fri Feb 09 22:10:59 +0000 2018
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Author: Tom Gara

  • There’s no good way to drown your emotional support hamster, but we now know what a very bad way looks like: under the grim fluorescent lights of an airport bathroom stall, tears streaming down your face as you say a rushed goodbye before cramming yourself into a seat on board…
  • That’s not what you’d hear from people who believe that an emotional support hamster has no place on a plane in the first place.
  • Even before she dunked her tiny hamster down a toilet, Aldecosea was on the wrong side of the Great Emotional Support Animal Backlash of 2018.
  • The backlash against people bringing dubiously legitimate animals onto flights has been brewing for a while, but it popped off in full force at the end of January after an emotional support peacock was denied boarding by United.
  • That’s where the alternate explanation for the emotional support animal kicks in: We have learned from long experience that our society is ruled by people who see every law and norm as merely a loophole waiting to be discovered.

Tags: emotional support, emotional support animal, emotional support hamster, ,

Score: 73.04107282295026
URL: https://medium.com/webpack/webpack-4-beta-try-it-today-6b1d27d7d7e2
Tweeted At: Sat Feb 10 16:26:17 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-25T16:43:11.091000+00:00
Author: Sean T. Larkin

  • 🎉🎁A Promise Fulfilled — Predictable Release CycleWhen we finished the release of webpack 3, we promised the community that we’d give you a longer development cycle between major versions.We’ve delivered on that promise [and continue to deliver on it] by bringing you a great set of features, improvements, and bug fixes that we…
  • Here are just a few of the notable changes we made to accomplish this:By default, when using production mode, we will automatically parallelize and cache the minification work done by UglifyJS.We shipped a new version of our plugin system so that event hooks and handlers are monomorphic.In addition, webpack now…
  • This is now called “sideEffects”🌳JSON Support Tree ShakingWhen you import JSON with ESModule syntax, webpack will eliminate unused exports from the “JSON Module”.
  • Currently built, we now have 5 module types implemented:javascript/auto: (The default one in webpack 3) Javascript module with all module systems enabled: CommonJS, AMD, ESMjavascript/esm: EcmaScript modules, all other module system are not available (the default for .
  • In addition, for those who need fine-grained control over their caching-strategy, we have added optimization.splitChunks and optimization.runtimeChunk with a richer, more flexible set of capabilities💖And so much more!There are so many more features that we heavily recommend you check them all out on our official change log.⌚The clock starts nowAs promised, we…

Tags: official change log, webpack, longer development cycle, living migration guide, release migration guide

Score: 54.27814255617978
URL: https://offering.solutions/blog/articles/2018/02/10/separating-state-into-angular-modules-with-ngrx/
Tweeted At: Sat Feb 10 10:22:31 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-02-10T00:00:00+00:00
Author: St. Gallen,

  • In this blogpost I want to give you an explanation of the state tree of ngrx if you are working with a state and how to separate it into different modules.
  • The state is now an object with a property called containing the value which the appReducers gives us as an output.
  • Shouldn’t it be an object (like the one from the ) with a property on it called ?
  • The method allows to merge a part of the state to the global root-level one.
  • So let’s try that out: our AppState is now an empty model (which could have properties however) and the customer store gets the whole properties: – – The customer reducer – customer is just a feature module name here – manipulates the whole customer state now.

Tags: state, application, feature module, state object, application state

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