Angular News Wednesday, January 17
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- Real Time Apps with TypeScript: Integrating Web Sockets, Node & Angular
- Some time ago I implemented a simple chat application using TypeScript language only. The main goal was to write a demo to explain how you can use this programming language on the client side and on…
- client app, latest Angular features, Real Time Apps, simple chat application, Angular CLI version
- #Angular 5.2 Released cc @CsharpCorner @PranavMTL @angular #Angular5
- Team Angular has released a minor release, Angular 5.2.0.
- Team Angular, Improved type checking, Angular Changelog, future major release, TypeScript
- Sales report of Become a Ninja with Angular
- Public sales report of the ebook “Become a Ninja with Angular”, giving global and per country numbers.
- sales, Angular, Ninja, ebook, Interested
- Creating Progressive Web Apps with Angular — Part 1
- Progressive web applications are the new standard in this modern era of web development. They’re pure web applications built with the very web technologies (HTML, JS & CSS) but behave as a hybrid…
- service worker, basic service worker, service worker registration, service worker saving, network tab
- feat: support for angular 5.2 by mgechev · Pull Request #493 · mgechev/codelyzer · GitHub
- codelyzer – Static analysis for Angular projects.
- i18n element, Google Chrome, latest Safari, CSS parser, GitHub
- Handling Observables with NgIf and the Async Pipe
- Dealing with async operations with the async pipe takes care of subscribing to Observable streams/async stuff like Promises for us.
- async pipe, common async issues, Observable streams/async stuff, purely cold Observables, async operations
- [Pune – January 18th] Lightning Session – Will React kill Angular?
- modern Web UIs, performant web UIs, never-ending hot topic, modern web UI, enterprise grade solutions
- The World builder’s Inn Only Gods and GameMasters build worlds…
- A site about building fantasy worlds. From drawing maps to writing DnD adventures.
- Gregory Vangilbergen, sketch art, World Builder, pet project, web technology
- Top 15 Effective Node.Js Tools Web Developers Shouldn’t Miss
- image source, node.js, node.js application, node.js application development, web applications
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 16 16:56:12 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-09T14:32:12.993000+00:00
Author: Luis Aviles
- đInitializing server applicationCreate a package.json file and then install the following dependencies:npm install –save express socket.io @types/express @types/socket.ioWeâll need to install some devDependencies to allow integrate gulp and typescript so that we can define build tasks easily with these tools later:npm install –save-dev typescript gulp gulp-typescriptTypeScript Compiler ConfigurationCreate a tsconfig.json…
- letâs see further details into our server/src directory:server/|- src/ |- model/ |- message.model.ts |- user.model.ts |- index.ts |- server.ts|- package.json|- tsconfig.json|- gulpfile.jsChat Server ImplementationThe main files in server directory are index.ts and chat-server.
- js command to have the server running.Client CodeLetâs generate our client directory using the latest Angular CLI version:ng new typescript-chat-client –routing –prefix tcc –skip-installThen install your dependencies running npm install(I prefer to use Yarn for this step):cd typescript-chat-clientyarn installAdding AngularÂ MaterialFind and follow the latest guide to install Angular Material inside…
- This time inside chat directory:ng generate service chat/shared/services/socket –module chatng generate class chat/shared/model/userng generate class be ending with a structure similar to:client/|- src/ |- app/ |- chat/ |- shared/ |- model/ |- user.ts |- message.ts |- services/ |- socket.service.ts |- shared/ |-app.module.tsObservables and WebÂ SocketsSince our Angular app comes with RxJS,…
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 16 21:17:03 +0000 2018
- Here are the sales of our ebook Become a Ninja with Angular.
- Interested in the sales of our other books?
- Here they are: – – Interested in the sales of our other books?
- Here they are: – – Back to Become a Ninja with Angular book page.
Tweeted At: Wed Jan 17 00:50:07 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-08-31T08:10:45.012000+00:00
Author: Ahsan Ayaz
- In modern browsers, weâll leverage the amazing APIs weâll talk about later, but in older browsers, our app should still work perfectly fine, without the amazing modern stuff of course.Letâs get started.I already have a simple web application which searches books using the Google Books API.
- From your project root, execute the following command which installs the required plugins via npm/yarn in our project:npm install –save @angular/service-worker @angular/platform-server ng-pwa-toolsâŚorâŚyarn add @angular/service-worker @angular/platform-server ng-pwa-tools –saveNow weâll enable service workers inside our application.
- We could create a service worker manifest for this purpose but since we already have installed some amazing tools, weâre going to create this manifest automatically by letting the tool know about our applicationâs routing.Weâre going to add the command below in our run.sh to do –module src/app/app.
- This hash informs the service worker when the files have been updated by us and the service worker now needs to re-cache the newer files.Now, go to localhost:8080 and open chrome inspector, go to Application tab and you should see our service worker up and running:Since our service worker is…
- Also, try the offline mode to be further amazed đ All the previous visits should be cached.We have improved our app, so letâs see if the performance seems different in Lighthouse.Performance gain after implementing serviceÂ workerFirst page view time has decreased but is stillÂ 11.3sAs you can see, we have made some…
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 16 18:40:09 +0000 2018
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Tweeted At: Wed Jan 17 05:51:35 +0000 2018
Author: Back To
- Let me illustrate a common scenario inside a container/stateful component, where we’d typically use the async pipe to auto-subscribe and pass just raw data down: – – This approach has a few flaws, the first and most obvious is being potentially exposed to multiple, unwanted, subscriptions (previously mentioned up top)…
- Let’s assume we’re using something like NGRX Store to make delivering state easier (which also mitigates things like multiple subscription issues that call upon new data requests).
- This also gives us additional flexibility when displaying load state specific data to a user (loading/loaded): – – My personal choice when adopting this syntax would be to use parentheses to express intent, visually it makes it far easier for me to see what’s going on without actually having to…
- Ideally, data returned from either a selector or server response would be passed down as a whole – I find the syntax more reliable and extensible when passing props down to child components.
- But ideally, async stuff should happen in container components, and presentational components should be simply given the data – to render.
Tweeted At: Wed Jan 17 11:59:46 +0000 2018
- A session on future of component-based development for modern Web UIs The debate on which framework between Angular and React is better is a never-ending hot topic of discussion for most web enthusiasts.
- We at Globant have extensive experience in building modern web UI applications using both these frameworks.
- Come and join us for a captivating session where we share our experiences and delve into the factors that help decide which framework should be used to develop highly scalable & performant web UIs.
- A Tech Master at Globant with about 13 years of experience developing and architecting enterprise grade solutions using a wide spectrum of technologies on both the user interface as well as server side of application development.
- Parijat has over a decade of experience building interactive web applications using a plethora of UI technologies.
Tweeted At: Wed Jan 17 05:28:10 +0000 2018
Author: Gregory Vangilbergen
Tweeted At: Tue Jan 16 12:47:05 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-06-10T12:52:32+00:00
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- Build a Chat Application From top to bottom!
- Understand the Flux Architecture, its benefits, strong points and most beneficial use cases
- Understand Single Store Architecture solutions like Redux or Ngrx Store
- Know all the usual notions of Store solutions, like Actions and Reducers
- Know how to model the application state of a single store architecture, leveraging Typescript custom types to do so
- Know the difference between a model and a view model and what to put inside the store
- know how to derive a view model from a model and how to do that
- understand the notion of selector in the context of store solutions
- know the difference between smart components and presentation components
- know how to build smart components using the Ngrx Store library
- know how to use the Ngrx Effects library
- know not only the Ngrx libraries but know also how they all fit together and what are the benefits of a store solution
- know how to setup the Ngrx store developers tools
- know how to debug RxJs applications in general
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