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Announcing Angular’s Component Dev Kit — Components Without Angular Material (not the Angular Dev Kit!)

  • Announcing Angular’s Component Dev Kit — Components Without Angular Material (not the Angular Dev Kit!)
  • Angular’s ADK (Angular Dev Kit) was announced at Ng-Conf earlier this year, but the fun doesn’t stop with the innovation of the Angular team!Just a month ago, on the Angular blog, the team announced the Component Dev Kit along with Angular Material updates!There is almost *no* information about Angular’s Component Dev Kit, so I went hunting for more details.Hans, who leads the Angular-CLI team and is working hard on the Angular Dev Kit these days filled me in on why I should care and why y’all should care too.If you’ve ever wanted to use the component functionality in Angular Material but your company has its own opinions about styles, then the CDK is perfect for you.In this initial beta release, you can use the CDK and have features related to accessibility, text directionality, platform detection, and dynamic component instantiation according to the Angular blog.Why Do I Care About This CDK?You should care because this presents huge opportunities for developers to save time coding their own custom featured components, and creates a solid foundation to those building out components with some awesome built in features.The data table, for example, which was the most requested feature for Angular Material, and its functionality, is now available in the Component Dev Kit.
  • This component acts as the core upon which anyone can build their own tailored data-table experience.”
  • — Jeremy Elbourn in the Angular Material Status Update, July 2017Using Angular’s Component Dev KitThough the CDK is still in beta, you can play with it and even contribute or file bugs if you want to help the team and hopefully help nudge the project along.To use the CDK, simple npm install @angular/cdk and you’re set!
  • With 7,168 downloads in the last day, seems like it’s time to hop on the band wagon.Hope this info helps, and keep up to date with Angular’s latest releases in the new Angular blog!

Angular’s ADK (Angular Dev Kit) was announced at Ng-Conf earlier this year, but the fun doesn’t stop with the innovation of the Angular team! Just a month ago, on the Angular blog, the team announced…

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Announcing Angular’s Component Dev Kit — Components Without Angular Material (not the Angular Dev Kit!)

Angular’s ADK (Angular Dev Kit) was announced at Ng-Conf earlier this year, but the fun doesn’t stop with the innovation of the Angular team!

Just a month ago, on the Angular blog, the team announced the Component Dev Kit along with Angular Material updates!

There is almost *no* information about Angular’s Component Dev Kit, so I went hunting for more details.

Hans, who leads the Angular-CLI team and is working hard on the Angular Dev Kit these days filled me in on why I should care and why y’all should care too.

If you’ve ever wanted to use the component functionality in Angular Material but your company has its own opinions about styles, then the CDK is perfect for you.

In this initial beta release, you can use the CDK and have features related to accessibility, text directionality, platform detection, and dynamic component instantiation according to the Angular blog.

Why Do I Care About This CDK?

You should care because this presents huge opportunities for developers to save time coding their own custom featured components, and creates a solid foundation to those building out components with some awesome built in features.

The data table, for example, which was the most requested feature for Angular Material, and its functionality, is now available in the Component Dev Kit.

“The is an unopinionated, customizable data-table with a fully-templated API, dynamic columns, and an accessible DOM structure. This component acts as the core upon which anyone can build their own tailored data-table experience.” — Jeremy Elbourn in the Angular Material Status Update, July 2017

Though the CDK is still in beta, you can play with it and even contribute or file bugs if you want to help the team and hopefully help nudge the project along.

and you’re set! People are already stoked out of their minds on the CDK, as you can see from the npm stats. With 7,168 downloads in the last day, seems like it’s time to hop on the band wagon.

Hope this info helps, and keep up to date with Angular’s latest releases in the new Angular blog!

Announcing Angular’s Component Dev Kit — Components Without Angular Material (not the Angular Dev Kit!)

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