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Posts where Angular has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-12.
  • Maintaining Multi-language Angular Applications with i18n | 2021-04-12
    Just a word of caution that this library was not being actively maintained at the time of this writing, so you might want to look into other options. There is an Angular issue on merging translated files. Go and upvote it if you think this is something that we need!
  • Difference between SSR, SSG, CSR and SPA | 2021-04-11
    CSR (Client Side Rendering): the process of sending the client an almost empty html file and letting JavaScript handle all the rendering. Examples of this are [React](, [Vue]( ang [Angular](;
  • Before coding loads! | 2021-04-09
    A framework is also a set of thousand predefined codes or rules. But you cannot control it; it controls the flow of your work. For example, after finishing with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and having a basic understanding of server-side, you will have to pick a framework to stick to when building your projects. Frameworks such as Vue and Angular target frontend. Express is another framework for Node.js on the server-side.
  • Experienced Programmer Struggling with Angular
    And so I tried learning from and watching youtube videos but I still have no idea where to begin reading Angular code. It's like a bunch of mishmash of typescript code that doesn't seem to begin or end anywhere. Does anyone have any good resource for learning Angular as quickly as possible, without all the setup? I just need to be able to trace a project from the starting point and go from there.
  • what's the advantage of golang instead of java or C# ? | 2021-04-04
    Go is really focused on back-end development. For front-end you can use something like Angular or Vue
  • Ya entendí HTML, CSS y JS, ahora qué sigue? | 2021-04-02
    Aprende más de Angular en:
  • What I Learned From My Contribution to Angular | 2021-04-02
    I tried to google the solution but had no luck. I felt like it is meant to be a very specific case nobody noticed really. Fair enough. On the other hand, if HTML standard supports this type of element attributes and browsers render them correctly, so should Angular compiler do. Taking this into account, I decided to ask Angular team directly. I went to Angular GitHub repository and opened an issue. The beginning was promising, they marked my issue with tags that highlight that the bug exists in the Angular compiler and the issue has low priority. What happened next? I started waiting…
  • JavaScript Influencers to Follow in 2021🤩 | 2021-04-01
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  • Framework for building a dynamic SPA WebClient in C#
    I don't think client side Blazor is production ready yet, although I'm not sure.. I haven't been keeping up with it for a while. As for other SPA frameworks, they're pretty much all JS/TS based. Angular is my personal favorite and it was decently easy to pick up, even though I'm a C# developer.
  • Git commit, uma abordagem documental | 2021-03-26
  • Dramatically speeding up Angular tests by fixing a flaw in TestBed | 2021-03-24
    I'm afraid the issue is still open; | 2021-03-24
    In the blog I didn't go into the technical issue that is causing it. So I've added some extra insights that I've got from the issue that has been reported in july 2019.
  • What are different ways to use services other than in constructor | 2021-03-20
    Thanks. Any Stackbliz or implementation we may follow
  • `Cannot bind to *ngIf` after I save and try to serve with an error in the template. | 2021-03-18
    It sounds very much like this issue: