Post on : Fri, 10/28/2016 - 16:43 by Joao Garin
Right before the final release of Angular 2, NgModule() was introduced. This was kind of a surprise for some people (myself included) but there was a higher purpose to the inclusion of such a concept, and that was to enable easy lazy loading of these modules.
Let’s analyze how NgModule() works, what it is and how it can help to enable lazy loading in Angular 2 applications today. In this case we will be using Webpack.
Post on : Mon, 10/03/2016 - 15:17 by Joao Garin
The last couple of months I have been on and off trying to get carte blanche working with Angular 2 by making a Carte-blanche-angular2 plugin. This has provided some interesting challenges especially on how to render dynamically components at runtime using the Angular runtime compiler. The approach I took went through several changes during RC periods but I will focus on the last one which is the one compatible with the final release of Angular2 using NgModules.
Post on : Sat, 07/09/2016 - 09:10 by Joao Garin
As Angular 2 get’s a lot of momentum, Angular 1 seems to be a little off in the choices of developers for building new apps, but a big amount of apps are still being run in Angular 1. And fortunately the Angular team has made a big effort in getting Angular 1 up to speed with the latest of the web, as component architecture approach and one way direction data flow.
Post on : Sun, 06/26/2016 - 15:38 by Joao Garin
If you have been developing with Angular for some time, you probably have used or have heard about Firebase.
Firebase lets you build real-time applications with very little effort, providing you with a backend technology out of the box that automatically synchronizes every connected device, providing authentication and some other nice services on top of that. It was also recently updated with a full set of new services on top of the real-time database, so right now Firebase consists more or less of :
Post on : Sun, 06/12/2016 - 07:25 by Joao Garin
These are some great tools that solve a common problem on how you handle different parts of your application that “care” about some part of the application state. That can be a header component that is showing a value of a total of sales that gets calculated somewhere else in the app or a user picture that gets changed and needs to be updated in the sidebar component.
Post on : Sat, 05/21/2016 - 08:01 by Joao Garin
Most of the people watching ngConf 2016 a couple of weeks ago would not expect to see a PHP CMS logo along side with Angular’s logo in the slides of a Keynote at the conference. But that was exactly what happened, when the weather.com channel people went on stage to talk about how they have been using Angular1 for a long time on the most traffic heavy Drupal site on the world, and how they recently adopted Angular2 as well.
Post on : Fri, 05/06/2016 - 11:37 by Joao Garin
Post on : Fri, 04/29/2016 - 07:15 by Joao Garin
Post on : Sat, 04/23/2016 - 07:32 by Joao Garin
Angular 2 comes with a lot of new and awesome things. One of which is the separation between the application layer and the render layer. This leads to the possibility to do a lot of great things, one of which is Server Side Rendering.
Post on : Sat, 04/16/2016 - 07:19 by Joao Garin
When doing frontend performance optimizations for your website or app one of the important things to consider is when are visitors actually getting content delivered to them, to be able to interact and see when they visit your site for the first time.