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    Many organizations have large AngularJS 1.x applications deployed to production. These applications may be built by multiple teams from different lines of business. They may use different routers and state management strategies. Rewriting such applications all at once, or big bang migrations, is not just impractical, it is often impossible, and mainly for business reasons.… Continue reading...

    The post Upgrading Angular Applications: Upgrade Shell – nrwl appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    Since angular 2 brought Rxjs as embedded library, it automatically moved Rxjs to mainstream. However Rxjs is fantastic and very powerful library, there is a trade-of related to that. Rxjs is not super new concept. I have seen it couple of years ago in C# community. It raised up, as some hyped library for data… Continue reading...

    The post Rxjs — be careful with that axe, Eugene – Michal Majewski – Medium appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    Angular has many features that allow us to configure apps to be as fast and high preforming as possible. One of the critical features that enable responsive fast Angular apps is the ability to lazy load code with the Angular Router. This allows our initial bundles to remain small ensuring faster downloads and start up… Continue reading...

    The post Custom Preloading and Lazy Loading Strategies with Angular appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    I’ve worked with Angular.js for a few years and despite the widespread criticism I think this is a fantastic framework. I’ve started with a great book Building your own Angular.js and read most of the framework’s source code. So I want to believe I have a solid knowledge of the Angular.js inner workings and a… Continue reading...

    The post Angular’s $digest is reborn in the newer version of Angular appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    WebStorm is a great tool for building Angular applications. One of its useful features is running tests right in the IDE. In this blog post I’ll show you how to do it. Source: Testing Angular Apps in WebStorm – nrwl

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    It struck me how painful experience it was to test an Angular app. And then I realized it can be painless with Jest. Source: Testing Angular faster with Jest – Xfive

    The post Testing Angular faster with Jest – Xfive appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    Welcome back to series of blog posts about architectural patterns for frontent web applications. The code examples are written in Angular 4 but the logic is applicable in plain javascript or any modern javascript framework. Source: Angular architecture patterns — Detailed project architecture

    The post Angular architecture patterns — Detailed project architecture appeared first on angular.org.il.


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  • 05/31/17--00:51: Error Handling in RxJs
  • In this post I will talk about error handling in complex RxJs streams. The easiest way to trap errors in RxJs is to add an error callback in the subscribe call. While this is super simple, this approach has a few shortcomings. The main issue is that if you let an error propagate up to… Continue reading...

    The post Error Handling in RxJs appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    In this article I’m going to explain the difference between the concepts of view children and content children in Angular. We will take a look at how we can pass access these two different kinds of children from their parent component. Along the content we are also going to mention what the difference between the… Continue reading...

    The post ViewChildren and ContentChildren in Angular – Minko Gechev’s blog appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    The Chrome development teams work on features and improvements that make our browsing and developing experience better. The Google I/O 2017conference took place at April and there are significant tidings. A part of them is about the DevTool, so it affects us as web developers that use chrome. Chrome 60 is coming with many new features… Continue reading...

    The post The New Chrome DevTool Feature You Want to Know About appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    The single responsibility principle is the idea that pieces of your app should have one purpose. Following this principle makes your Angular app easier to test and develop. In this post we will be breaking a CardOrListViewComponent into 🐊 bite-sized pieces with the help of NgTemplateOutlet. Using NgTemplateOutlet instead of creating specific components allows for components to be easily modified for various… Continue reading...

    The post Creating Reusable Components with NgTemplateOutlet in Angular appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    In the six months since our last post about Angular Material, the team been hard at work building cool new components and applying a heaping of polish. Some of the highlights include: Datepicker, expansion panel, and accordion components Improved support for @angular/platform-server Configurable scrolling strategies for Overlays Strict-null checks and no-unused-params compliance Typography extension to theming Live… Continue reading...

    The post Angular: Angular Material Status Update appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    Recently TypeScript is increasingly gaining popularity and companies like Slack are praising their move to TypeScript. But with TypeScript shipping monthly updates to the language and its tools even a regular TypeScript developer might lose track of what is being added. Here is a list of 10 of my favorite recent additions to the language since version 2.X:… Continue reading...

    The post 10 TypeScript Features You Might Not Know · Moin World! appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    Angular version 4.3.0-rc.0 is now available. In this release, we can see a new exciting feature we all waited for — an improved version of the HTTP client API. Source: A Taste From The New Angular HTTP Client – Netanel Basal

    The post A Taste From The New Angular HTTP Client – Netanel Basal appeared first on angular.org.il.


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    The import statements in Angular 2 can get pretty cumbersome if you’re using a lot of services, models, directives etc in any specific component. Looking at the basic “QuickStart”, the app.component.ts doesn’t seem very obtuse. import {Component} from ‘angular2/core’; @Component({ selector: ‘my-app’, template: ‘ Source: Shayne Boyer: Angular 2 : Organization Using {barrels}

    The post Shayne Boyer: Angular 2 : Organization Using {barrels} appeared first on angular.org.il.


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