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New Guide: Your First Ionic Framework V4 App

Following the exciting news that the Ionic Framework v4 release candidate has shipped, we’re releasing a new developer guide: Your First Ionic v4 App. This guide walks you through the basics of Ionic Framework development in a fun and friendly manner.
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Syncing Multiple Reactive Form Inputs in Angular

When it comes to complex form UIs occasionally, we can run into a situation where we want to keep two user inputs in sync with each other. Sometimes this happens when we are showing and hiding an input displayed in different parts of the UI dependent on certain conditions or business rules.
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Improved Navigation in Angular 7 with switchMap

With PR #25740 all navigations performed by Angular’s router are merged into a single, observable stream. There can also be only one active navigation at any time.
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Improving the CodeSandbox Community

It’s time for a new update to CodeSandbox! This time we focused on the most important part of CodeSandbox: the community. Without a community, CodeSandbox would not be the platform it would be today, and it definitely deserves some more love.
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How to Create Search Engine-friendly Internationalized Web Apps with Angular Universal and ngx-translate

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is important for many Angular single-page applications (SPAs).
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5 Tips to improve User Experience of your Angular app with NgRx

Performance of web apps matters. It matters even more so when the company’s finances are depending on such apps if it needs users to be engaged with the site and to keep them coming back.
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Angular Elements, Part I: A Dynamic Dashboard in Four Steps with Web Components

Beginning with version 6, we can expose Angular Components as Web Components or to be more precise: As Custom Elements which is one of the standards behind the umbrella term Web Components. They are can be reused with each framework and even with VanillaJS.
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Implementing a Login for NativeScript Apps with Tab-based Navigation

Enabling nested aux page outlets gives us the power to compose a lot of new and more flexible application scenarios. Before going into details let’s shed some light over what auxiliary outlets in Angular are:
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How to run Express.js apps with Netlify Functions

Editor’s note: Welcome Mark Tse in his first guest post for the Netlify blog! Have an idea for a post you’d like to write? Let us know! Netlify started off as a service for hosting static websites.
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Angular NYC 12/17 : Nx

Use these Javascript features to make your code more readable

Without further ado, here are some everyday “tricks” to make your Javascript code much more readable. Take this (intentionally) deeply nested object. Reading the age of a mammal would lead us to a very verbose and repetitive code.
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How To Build Responsive Layouts With Bootstrap 4 and Angular 6 ?

Yes, even the complex enterprise applications bursting with large data tables and charts. Even if it isn’t the best fit, every type of content should be accessible from any kind of device… OK Tomáš, we have been building responsive web apps since forever so what’s the big deal ?!
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A Fun Way to Learn CSS Flexbox

Hello my fellow developer, welcome to yet another article. The time has come to talk about the CSS and the Flexbox layout component. I will briefly describe the CSS properties and at the end of this post, you will find a couple of useful links that will help you learn the Flexbox in a fun way.
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Gravatar Directive in Angular

Did you know that Angular components are subsets of directives?Why do we then need the Directive decorator, and why would we use it instead of the Component? Well, directives can extend the behavior of a component by adding behavior to template elements.
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How To Create Angular Modules To Organize Code

In this tutorial, we will see How To Create Angular Modules To Organize Code. Modules are the great way to organize an application and extend it with capabilities from external libraries. Angular libraries are NgModules, such as FormsModule, HttpClientModule, and RouterModule.
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Here is why you will not find components inside Angular

From the moment I started using Angular I was intrigued by the question what’s the difference between components and directives. It’s a nagging question especially for those who come from the AngularJS world since we only had directives that we often used as components.
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Debug Your Node.js App in 60 Seconds

Setting up debugging can be a chore. It can make you feel like console.log isn’t so bad after all. Right? While I enjoy a good console.log as much as anyone, I’d much rather debug with zero configuration of my app. Wouldn't you? Visual Studio Code (aka VS Code) has changed the game on Node.
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Brian Love on Twitter

$ ng add angular-fire-schematics Prompts for #firebase config Adds firebase and @angular/fire dependencies Installs Updates environment.
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Creating Angular Desktop Apps with Electron

In this tutorial, we are going to take a look at how to turn any angular application into a native desktop app using electron. You will learn how to set up an angular app and run it inside of electron using typescript all the way.
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