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January 19 · Issue #37 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for Angular pros.

Hi, I’m Andrey. I’m using Angular to build developer platform Jexia.

Fundamentals
Defensive JavaScript
The TypeScript guide
Matt Walterspieler
#NgRx v7: ofType function is now removed.
You should now use ofType pipeable operator.
More info and example:
https://t.co/6116hZlEN9
11:05 AM - 14 Jan 2019
Reading the RxJS 6 sources: Map and Pipe
Understanding Angular Ivy: incremental DOM and virtual DOM
Best-practices
How to limit front-end bugs
Angular CLI: camelCase or kebab-case
Passing data between routes in Angular v7.2
9 Tricks for kickass JavaScript developers in 2019
Porting 30K lines of code from Flow to TypeScript
Use projection technique to improve your components reusability
Tutorials
React for the Angular Developer — Part 2
Ben Lesh 🧢🏋️‍♂️💻🎨
#RxJS is going to have some massive typings improvements in this upcoming release. Finally cracked typing N args, and even rest spread args of N Observables: `merge(...variousObservables)`

https://t.co/JKIYE4sG1U
7:33 AM - 15 Jan 2019
Discover the pros and cons of the facade pattern in NgRx
Building user registration form with reactive forms in Angular 7
Tools
  • ag-Grid v20: improvements to enterprise features and performance
  • Prettier 1.15: now with code formatter support for Angular
Remote jobs
Perspectives
Presentations
Under the hood of RxJS
Under the hood of RxJS (Dimitris Livas, Managing Partner at Agile Actors)
Angular 7 CRUD with Golang RESTful API and MongoDB - Part 1
Angular 7 CRUD with Golang RESTful API and MongoDB - Part 1
Using embedded data to provide request-specific application configuration in Angular 7.2.0
Using Embedded Data To Provide Request-Specific Application Configuration In Angular 7.2.0 on Vimeo
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