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Angular Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Apr 2018) https://goo.
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Upgrading an Application to Angular 6: Step By Step

Angular 6 is out and it offers some great new functionality in the CLI and overall framework. One of the biggest new features (IMO anyway) is the CLIs support for schematics and the ng new library command to create and publish libraries (a big pain point that is now simplified). But, I digress….
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Previewing Material Design 2.0

As someone who’s in the process of redesigning an Android app, I’ve been keeping a very close eye on various different apps and websites Google’s launched ever since the first rumors of Material Design 2.0 emerged a few months ago.
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Angular 6: Upgrading & Summary of New Features

Angular 6, was just released, and while the amount of new features is minimal, a lot has changed under the hood in terms of tooling. The new tooling additions are especially great for facilitating upgrading and adding new libraries to your apps.
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Microweber Website Builder

Microweber is an open-source website builder, CMS, and online store built on top of the Laravel and Bootstrap. It aims to allow non-technical users to quickly create any kind of website and online store with a WYSIWYG experience.
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15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for May 2018

Our mission at Tutorialzine is to keep you up to date with the latest and coolest trends in web development. That’s why every month we release a handpicked collection of some of the best resources that we’ve stumbled upon and deemed worthy of your attention.
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Redux Form Validation with ngrx-forms

This blog was originally posted on the ng-conf website. Many enterprise applications use complex forms with even more complex validation rules. Out of the box, Angular offers a solution to handle forms including its validation.
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Using Angular NgModules for Reusable Code and More

NgModules are a core concept in Angular that are part of every application and help to wire up some important details for the compiler and application runtime. They’re especially useful for organizing code into features, lazy loading routes, and creating reusable libraries.
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Deploying Capacitor Applications to Android (Development & Distribution)

Earlier this week, I released a guide to deploying Capacitor applications to iOS. In this tutorial, we are going to be doing the exact same thing, except we will be deploying an Android application built with Capacitor to Google Play.
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Create a Library Finder App in Angular: HomeComponent and LibraryListComponent

In one of my previous Angular tutorial series, I covered the basics of Angular, starting from installing the CLI and then discussing how to create basic components and implement routing.
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Fresh Resource for Web Developers – April 2018

This month we saw a few announcements from notable names in tech. For example, Apple open-sourced a new database system, Google released a new tool to measure your website speed on mobile, and Github with a free course to get you started with Git, Github, and coding in general.
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Chat Widget with Angular Elements

John Papa on Twitter

VS @Code does it again! Organize Imports Organizes & sorts import statements on save! Just use the setting in your Insiders edition "editor.codeActionsOnSave": { "source.organizeImports": true }, Join @burkeholland and at //Build next week to see more tips!
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May Meetup: Nx Angular Toolkit With Jeff B Cross and Victor Savkin!

Welcome to the May Meetup! WE HAVE SPECIALS GUESTS AND THUS, A ONE-OFF SCHEDULE AND VENUE CHANGE FOR THIS MONTH!
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All Things Angular

Dive into Angular's core concepts and hot topics: Angular Labs, Angular Elements, Progressive Web Apps, Service Workers, AoT Compilation, UI Libraries and more.
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Capacitor and Phaser Tutorial

Article by Richard Davey. Posted on 25th Apr 2018. @photonstorm
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VS Code Extensions for Happier JavaScript Coding

As a web developer, having a well calibrated editor is paramount to productivity. One of the best parts of Visual Studio Code as a general purpose editor, in addition to being free and open-source, is how much it can already do straight out of the box with minimal fiddling around.
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Maxim : PWAngelist : Salnikov on Twitter

My speaking appearances for May: - 04 @ngkharkiv, remote - 07 @ngSeattle, visiting #MSbuild - 09 @angular office hour @ #io18 - 14 @tmforumorg, Nice - 16 @WeAreDevs + #AndroidThings workshop, Vienna Topics: #PWA, #Angular, #IoT, #SmartCity. Let's meet
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shprink/web-components-todo

WC-Polymer-Stencil-todo Comparison on how to update DOM, pass attributes/properties and dispatch/listen to events with Web Components Why is a todo list a good example? A todo list helps you understand about internal state, attributes/properties, eventListener and dispatchEvent:
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