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Posts about Angular

angularJS interview

AngularJS  Angular  Development  JavaScript 

Angular, the Successor of AngularJS, Is Thriving and Has Big Plans for the Future. An Interview with Stephen Fluin
AngularJS revolutionized how we build modern apps. In early July, AngularJS entered its long-term support phase, which means that the Google team will no longer be merging any new features or fixes that would require...
Karolina Gawron
AngularJS entering LTS

AngularJS  Angular  Vue.js  React  Development  Business 

Long Term Support for AngularJS: What Are Viable Alternatives for Your App?
Having an AngularJS app in 2018 probably means one of two things: either the app has been abandoned and isn’t really used or you’ve been thinking about migrating to another framework, but the time and costs that would...
Karolina Gawron

Development  Angular 

The story of Angular watchers toggler directive
Genesis We recently had new clients come to us. They had an application, written in AngularJS, with hard performance issues and heard that we could help them improve it without rewriting half (or more) of the code. I'd...
Radek Markiewicz

Angular  Development 

6 Tips for a Responsive Angular Application
As a web developer, there inevitably comes a time when we have to add responsiveness to an application. If you use Angular at your work, I've found some solutions that may help you deliver beautiful experience for...
Patryk Peas

Development  Angular 

Little-known directives of Angular.js
During my recreational reading of Angular.js documentation I made a handful of notes describing some little-known, yet useful directives. Bon appétit.
Adam Stankiewicz

Angular  Ruby/Rails 

Server form validation with Angular.js
At Monterail, we’ve fallen in love with Angular.js. It focuses on data and state instead of how your DOM should look like and where all those ids and classnames are. Unfortunately, there are still fields with dragons...
Jan Dudulski
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