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Introducing Angular Enterprise Playbook – nrwl

  • Introducing Angular Enterprise PlaybookAngular Enterprise Playbook (angularplaybook.com)Today, we’re launching a new resource called Angular Enterprise Playbook at angularplaybook.com.
  • Angular Enterprise Playbook will be our main portal for online learning, to help teams and individuals learn new skills at their own pace.
  • It should be no surprise that the Angular Enterprise Playbook is based heavily on Nx, our open source suite of enterprise-focused Angular tools.Nx WorkspacesThe first course on Angular Enterprise Playbook is “Nx Workspaces.”
  • To get started, enroll in the free course here: WantedThe Playbook is a pretty new thing for us, and we’d love feedback on the content.
  • Or if you have general feedback about Playbook, please submit a form with your suggestion here: UpWe’re working hard on creating more useful content and resources, so sign up and stay tuned to see what else is in store.Visit angularplaybook.com to get started.

Today, we’re launching a new resource called Angular Enterprise Playbook at angularplaybook.com. Angular Enterprise Playbook will be our main portal for online learning, to help teams and individuals…

Introducing Angular Enterprise PlaybookAngular Enterprise Playbook (angularplaybook.com)Today, we’re launching a new resource called Angular Enterprise Playbook at angularplaybook.com. Angular Enterprise Playbook will be our main portal for online learning, to help teams and individuals learn new skills at their own pace. This is part of our ongoing commitment to help enterprise teams learn and adopt established best practices to build Angular apps at scale. It should be no surprise that the Angular Enterprise Playbook is based heavily on Nx, our open source suite of enterprise-focused Angular tools.Nx WorkspacesThe first course on Angular Enterprise Playbook is “Nx Workspaces.” This is a free course to help developers get up and running with Nx, and to understand how to organize their Angular code in a way that will maximize re-use, encapsulation, and collaboration. To get started, enroll in the free course here: WantedThe Playbook is a pretty new thing for us, and we’d love feedback on the content. Each of the lectures has comments enabled, so please leave feedback there to let us know what we can do to make this a useful resource to you. Or if you have general feedback about Playbook, please submit a form with your suggestion here: UpWe’re working hard on creating more useful content and resources, so sign up and stay tuned to see what else is in store.Visit angularplaybook.com to get started.

Introducing Angular Enterprise Playbook – nrwl