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Trip report from ng-conf 2018 – Angular Blog

Day 1 KeynoteIn our Day 1 Keynote we reflected on the growth of our community, walked through some of the improvements coming to Angular with our upcoming v6 release, and gave a sneak peek to some of the things we are doing under the hood with Ivy.We hold https://angular.io up as an example of an…
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Why I still choose & Love Angular

The JavaScript Framework Wars are still heated, with new projects coming up every day, but the 2 main competitors for a while now have been Angular and React.One of the things that makes Angular a hard sell is that it is a lot easier to…

Optimizing an Angular Application by Minko Gechev

A hands-on training on optimizing the runtime performance of an Angular application.We will go through several steps, including: – Using OnPush change detection strategy.– Optimizing the watched by Angular expressions.– Changing the change…

Optimizing the Performance of Your Angular Application

By default, Angular runs change detection on all components every time something changes in your app-from a click event to data received from an ajax call.( user events, timers, xhr, promises, etc. ) Imagine, for example, that we have a…

Getting Started With Angular 5

Step 1 - - - - Open folder from your drive and open command prompt from that folder and type the below command which will create a New Angular project with folder structure like the image given below.After successful creation in…

Getting Started With Angular 5

Now you can access them like this: - - If you open environment.ts then you will get the below content: - - Here Angular provides the best feature.Suppose you would like to compile the application into an output directory then: - - Imp -…