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SoCreate Announces Release of Playground for Angular V2

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  • SoCreate is excited and proud to announce the release of Playground for Angular, version 2!
  • Just five months after the launch of the original open-source Playground for Angular application, SoCreate has released an updated version of the sandbox tool that features an improved user interface, updated documentation, and even better performance.

SoCreate is excited and proud to announce the release of Playground for Angular, version 2! Revamped and ready to rock! Just five months after the launch of the original open-source Playground for Angular application, SoCreate has released an updated version of the sandbox tool that features an improved user interface, updated documentation, and even better performance.

SoCreate is extremely excited and proud to announce the release of Playground for Angular, v2! Revamped and ready to rock!

Just five months after the launch of our original open-source Playground for Angular application in May, we have released an updated version of the sandbox tool that features an improved user interface, updated documentation, and even better performance. 

Are you a developer? Do you build applications with Angular? Are you using Playground for Angular? If you’re not, then you definitely should!

If you are not familiar with our sandbox application, Playground for Angular is an open-source tool that was created by our team here at SoCreate that allows developers to build and work components in isolation independent of a full application. 

Since the release of the original version of Playground for Angular, our developer team’s productivity has greatly increased! Before this post, I had the chance to sit down and chat with 3 of our SoCreate team members about how they use  Playground for Angular and how it has changed the way that they work. 

Graham Marlow (Software Engineer):

Since joining the SoCreate team in July, our software engineer, Graham Marlow, has been very involved in the Playground V2 updates. When developing an app, Graham prefers to model each component individually with Playground before combining them all into the full application. This allows him to easily build and test components before moving on to the next – ensuring…

SoCreate Announces Release of Playground for Angular V2

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