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As promised, the Angular team dropped version 13 on November 3rd, and the Angular Show got the chance to talk to Angular Dev Rel team member Emma Twersky about the anticipated release. In this episode Emma tells Aaron and Jennifer about some awesome new Angular team members and their contributions, including Sarah Dranser joining Google as Director…
 
Debugging is an art. Do you console.log? Or do you rely on breakpoints and debugger statements? All of the above? What about dealing with Angular's most ~~joyful~~ painful bug `ExpressionChangedAfterItHasBeenCheckedError`? We had the opportunity to spend some time with an expert at Angular Debugging. Abdella Ali is a Solutions Architect at Rangle.i…
 
Got Angular.js code? Yeah, a lot of us do. It's cool. For many organizations, there is a lot of Angular.js out there that has been working well for years, and let's be honest, will probably continue to provide value to the organization for years to come. You have probably also heard that Longterm Support from the Angular Team at Google for Angular.…
 
Angular + Ionic = ❤️ In this episode of the Angular Show, we had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Max Lynch, the co-founder of Ionic. If you haven't heard of Ionic, it's a set of components for rendering native controls on iOS and Android that enables web developers to build apps that are executed on phones and tablets that include core na…
 
Have you ever thought about moving into a leadership role? It can sound a bit daunting, perhaps scary, but also exciting. The idea of putting your hand to the wheel and directing the ship can be thrilling. Leading a team of individuals is a prospect that many people dream of. The Angular Show had an opportunity to sit down with Sam Julien, Director…
 
This episode of the Angular Show features Sara Faatz, who leads the Telerik and KenoUI Developer Relations team at Progress, and Alyssa Nicoll, an Angular Developer Advocate & Google Developers Expert in Angular. Sara and Alyssa share with the panelists their respective journeys into the dev industry and how they ended up together on the Developer …
 
Show Summary: We're back from our summer break and we're releasing a fresh episode of The Angular Show with a special guest, Mike Ryan, a Principal Architect with LiveLoveApp. Mike is a co-creator and member of the NgRx core team, a contributor to open-source, and a Google Developer Expert in Angular. Mike joins our panelists Aaron Frosts, Jennifer…
 
In this episode of the Angular Show, the panelists (Aaron, Brian, and Jennifer) have the esteemed privilege to be chat with Misko Hevery. In case you haven't heard, Misko is the creator (and sometimes lovingly referred to as the father) of Angular. Misko has spent the last 16 years building Angular at Google, and we have much to thank him and the t…
 
Internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) can be critical for Angular applications that are used throughout a country, continent, or around the globe. As Angular developers, we have several tools at our disposal to accomplish i18n and l10n. As you might expect, since Angular is an opinionated framework that comes with batteries included, …
 
Angular is more than a JavaScript framework, it's a community of caring people who use Angular to build and deploy amazing products and solutions that enrich lives and improve organizational pursuits. For many of us, the community is more important than the technology. Sure, Angular is awesome, but not as awesome as you the community! So how can we…
 
Single Page Applications (SPA) have many advantages, including increased interactivity, responsiveness, and user experience. However, a SPA often requires sending large chunks of JavaScript code to the client. This code must be downloaded and parsed by the client, not to mention the execution time required. There are many strategies to achieve a hi…
 
How long does it take to build your application? When you build your application are you rebuilding the entire universe, or are you using incremental build caching? For some applications, build times are perfectly acceptable, and there are no major complexities around building the application. For others, the build time is unacceptable, is impactin…
 
Have you heard of Stackblitz? If not, have you ever clicked the button in the Angular docs to launch a demo of the code and you are instantly transported into an environment that is running the Angular code alongside a slick code editor that resembles VS Code? We're going to assume that you answered yes to both of these questions. If not, go check …
 
Internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) can be critical for Angular applications that are used throughout a country, continent, or around the globe. As Angular developers, we have several tools at our disposal to accomplish i18n and l10n. As you might expect, since Angular is an opinionated framework that comes with batteries included, …
 
The Angular Show invited Minko Gechev to come on the show and talk through some of the big Angular-related announcements, namely, Angular version 12, IE11 deprecation, and the shiny new Angular DevTools. Minko Gechev is a longtime contributor to Angular, a member of the Angular Team, a good friend of ours, and an all-around wonderful person to spen…
 
Ever wonder about being in Developer Relations (aka DevRel)? Or starting a meetup? Or building a technical community? In this episode, the panelists have the pleasure to sit down with Ana Cidre, a Developer Advocate at Auth0, and learn about how she got started with being a part of, and building, communities. Ana shares a bit of her story about how…
 
In this episode of the Angular Show, we wanted to learn about workspaces. What exactly is a workspace? Why do we have this angular.json file? What is a builder? How does this all fit together with building Angular applications, both small, and at scale? What about Nx from the team at Nrwl? Join us as we spend some time learning from Benjamin Cabane…
 
How many domains do you currently own? One for your blog, maybe one for your email, a family website or two, oh, and of course a bunch of domains for those awesome side projects and ideas you have. Side projects can be fun, challenging, and rewarding. Have you ever thought about what it might take or look like to bootstrap your own side project and…
 
Let's be honest, most engineers are not good designers. Working closely with product and design teams improves our applications, and is necessary for building a successful product. So, what are design systems and what role do they play to solve this challenge? In this episode of the Angular Show, we sit down with our friend Bill Odom. Bill loves An…
 
We here at the Angular Show strive to deliver fun, newsworthy, and exciting developments in the Angular community. And, while databases may not be something you are familiar with or really have to even worry about, we wanted to take a break from our usual programming to reflect briefly on data persistence. After all, you need to put your user data …
 
In the final part of our series on RxJS operators we welcome Zack DeRose, senior engineer at Nrwl, back to the show to learn about multicasting, error handling and utility operators. To kick things off we do a quick recap of hot vs cold Observables, unicast vs multicast, and then the Subject class as well as a few of its child-classes. You might be…
 
The Angular Show welcomes back our friends from Infragistics to talk about their new App Builder prototype as a low-code solution to building Angular applications that integrate seamlessly with their Indigo Design platform. Infragistics is a design and development company that also builds tooling and products to enable developers to build robust ap…
 
In the final installment of our series on forms, the Angular Show welcomes one of our favorite speakers and expert on forms, our very own panelist, Jennifer Wadella. Jennifer is the Director of Angular Development at Bitovi, a front-end JavaScript consulting firm. In the first two installments, we discussed Angular Formly with Bram (better known as…
 
In part 3 of our series on RxJS operators, the Angular Show panelists Aaron Frost, Jennifer Wadella, and Brian Love, along with our friend Lara Newsom, take a stroll through the filtering operators. The filtering operators enable developers to filter next notifications from an Observable. The most logical filtering operator to start with is, well, …
 
What is a linter? For some, a linter is that round brush-thingy with sticky paper that you use to remove your cat's fur from your otherwise beautiful jacket before going out in public. For computer software engineers, a linter is a program that uses static analysis to determine if there are potential errors, stylistic problems, or other suspicious …
 
Angular is a feature-rich and opinionated framework. Opinionated, for example, in terms of fetching data via XHR. Most, and perhaps all, Angular developers reach for the HttpClientModule. Most of us don't have to even think about that decision. While the debate will likely never end over JavaScript frameworks, Angular developers may never end their…
 
Developing on the web can potentially be reduced to inputs and outputs, and further, a snapshot of current inputs and outputs is the state of our application. Inputs often come in the form of user events, and one of the primary methods for users to provide input into our applications is through forms. Whether you love or hate forms, web developers …
 
Micro-what?!? What is a micro frontend, what does it have to do with Angular, why would I want to use this strategy, and how do I go about implementing this in my organization? These are all good questions. Whether you know what a micro frontend is, have never heard of it, or are currently implementing this strategy in your organization, this is an…
 
Securing your Angular application is almost always necessary. And, it's almost always unnecessary for you to roll your own solution to authentication and security. Why? First, security is not easy and straight-forward. At first, you might be tempted to think, "Well, it's just a form with two fields, email, and a password, right?" Not really. Securi…
 
Join us in part two of our series on RxJS Operators. As Angular developers, we rely on RxJS primary for asynchronous operations via the Observable primitive. While we can think of an Observable like a Promise, and simply subscribe, we can also take advantage of the many, many operators at our disposal for the transformation of events and data withi…
 
The Angular Show is primarily focused on engagement with the Angular community through education. But in this week's episode, we won't be learning anything new; we won't hear from a community expert about a particular technology; we won't discuss the past, present, or future of Angular; and we won't learn about state management, flux, redux, NgRx, …
 
Let's admit it - sometimes CSS can be difficult. Seasoned veterans of web development even struggle with CSS. It's this magical thing that makes our applications look and work with beauty. But, it can also be a challenge, especially as our applications and teams grow and evolve. Most Angular developers spend their day writing TypeScript, HTML, and …
 
RxJS provides both the observable primitives as well as a broad set of operators for the creation and transformation of data. And, as you know, Angular leverages RxJS for cancelable asynchronous actions and events. In our opinion, the two are a perfect match. Interactions with web applications are asynchronous in nature and Angular provides a robus…
 
Grab your favorite cola, some swig, a beer, or sangria, and sit down with panelists Jennifer Wadella, Aaron Frost, and Brian Love for a hangout. This week's episode of The Angular Show is about the show. It's a bit meta, we know, but we wanted to share with you a little bit about why we spend a few hours every week to create the Angular Show. This …
 
Panelists Jennifer Wadella, Aaron Frost, and Brian Love sit down with Lukas Ruebbelke, a Google Developer Expert in Angular, author, speaker, and mentor, to learn about a mentorship model that Lukas has developed for providing individuals with the opportunity to change their lives through programming. Lukas has displayed his love for the community …
 
In this episode of the Angular Show, panelists Brian Love, Aaron Frost, and Jennifer Wadella sit down with the team at Infragistics, the creators of Ignite UI, a complete UX/UI toolkit for building high performance, modern web, mobile, and desktop applications. The team at Infragistics has a long history of developing desktop applications using Mic…
 
What is the future of Angular? What new features and improvements are being thought of and worked on? Will the developer experience improve? Panelists Brian Love and Aaron Frost sat down with Minko Gechev, a member of the developer relations team for Angular at Google and a longtime contributor to Angular through open-source, to answer some of thos…
 
As a follow-up to Ep. 020 - Building Communication Between the Angular Team & the Community - we sat down with Stephen Fluin and Jules Kremer of the Angular team to continue the conversation on the present and future of Angular. You can check out Ep. 020 right here 👉 http://bit.ly/AngularShowEp20 Show Notes: ► https://blog.angular.io/a-roadmap-for-…
 
State management is hard. Why? First, some engineers may not consider the state of their apps. This can lead to apps that are buggy, difficult to test, and often face regressions when attempting to fix issues. Second, if you're managing control flow and state in your application, state in some applications can be complex and fast-moving. Determinin…
 
While NgRx is the most widely used and adopted platform for state management in Angular, there are several other solutions that are available to Angular developers. In this episode, panelists Aaron Frost, Brian Love, and Jennifer Wadella are 'buzzing' with details on MobX, Akita, and NGXS. All three of these solutions can be used in Angular, are op…
 
In part 4 of our series on State Management in Angular, panelists Aaron Frost, Brian Love, and Jennifer Wadella spend some time with Deborah Kurtata & Dan Wahlin, two well-known and loved experts on using RxJS for managing the state of your application. Deborah is a Pluralsight author and speaker who has taught many of us the basics of RxJS and how…
 
The Angular Show's panelists (Aaron Frost, Brian Love, and Jeniffer Wadella) sit down with Brandon Roberts to learn from the master, and contributor, of the popular NgRx platform and the elegant, efficient, opinionated, and performant solution to state management in Angular. The NgRx platform includes several libraries. The most popular and widely …
 
Part 2 of our series on State Management in Angular focuses on the use of RxJS in order to leverage Observables, Subjects, and BehaviorSubjects in Angular applications. First, Aaron Frost and Jennifer Wadella talk through how RxJS is used by Angular developers to persist state in singleton services using Subjects. This is a common approach to imple…
 
Buckle your seatbelt folks, this is going to be one heck of a ride. Get ready for episode one of a six-part series on State Management in Angular. That's right, there was no way we could fit the topic into a single episode. Panelists Aaron Frost, Brian Love, and Jennifer Wadella start with defining what exactly is "state" in a client application an…
 
In the conclusion of our four-part series on testing in Angular, we sat down with Keen Yee Liau. Keen leads the tooling team as part of the Angular Team at Google. Externally, the tooling team ships the Angular CLI, which includes the out-of-the-box end-to-end testing tool called Protractor. Join panelists Aaron Frost, Brian Love, and Jennifer Wade…
 
The third part of our four-part series on testing in Angular focuses on end-to-end testing with Cypress. Cypress provides fast, easy, and reliable testing for Angular applications. Panelists Aaron Frost, Brian Love, and Jennifer Wadella have the privilege to learn about end-to-end testing with Cypress from Martina Kraus (Google Developer Expert in …
 
The second part of our four-part series on testing in Angular focuses on Jest. Younes Jaaidi joins panelists Aaron Frost, Brian Love, Shai Reznik, and Jennifer Wadella to talk about why you might want to consider Jest for unit testing in your Angular project. While the Angular CLI ships with the ability to scaffold unit tests using Jasmine as well …
 
In this four-part series, the Angular Show breaks down testing in Angular. Do you test? Should you have automated tests? And if you do test, what types of tests should you implement? Should you unit test? Should you have end-to-end tests? What about integration tests? This series tackles all of these questions and more. In part one, panelists Aaron…
 
Hot off the press is the newly released roadmap for Angular. You may not be aware, but Angular has been missing an official roadmap since version 2 was shipped in September of 2016. A roadmap serves many purposes for both the Angular Team & Google and for the community that contributes to and has invested in the platform. A roadmap: 🎯 Provides some…
 
As software engineers and programmers, we work and live in an environment that is ever-expanding. Staying current in technology is not only a necessity in our career but often a challenge as well. As a result, entire industries have sprung up to assist us in meeting these challenges, the education sector being at the forefront of those industries. …
 
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