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Join us at ng-conf 2023!ng-conf | June 14-15, 2023 Workshops | June 12-13, 2023 Location | Salt Lake City, UT ng-conf is a multi-day Angular conference focused on delivering the highest quality training in the Angular JavaScript framework. 1500+ developers from across the globe converge on Salt Lake City, UT every year to attend talks and workshops…
 
It is too easy to forget about application accessibility which causes very real problems for every day users. Join us as we talk with Sandi Barr about steps we can take to make accessibility an integral part of not only our application but also our CICD pipelines. Sandi K Barr (@sandikbarr) / Twitter https://dev.to/angular/angular-eslint-rules-for-…
 
As an Angular Developer, you might be writing Typescript but are you REALLY writing typescript? Join us as we welcome Shaundai Person to the podcast where we will talk about what we love about Typescript, what is frustrating about Typescript, and why Typescript is an important tool for teams and code bases across all Javascript frameworks. tsforjs.…
 
Cypress 11 has been released and one of the most anticipated new features is the GA release of Cypress Component Testing! We are joined on this episode by Jordan Powell of Cypress to discuss what component testing is, how it is different from traditional Cypress e2e testing, where it might fit in the testing pyramid and most importantly, how to get…
 
Standalone components in Angular have been the talk of the community since they were released for Developer Preview in v14, but how and when do we use them? What does this mean for our existing applications and what does this open up for the future of Angular? Join us as we welcome Jay Bell to the podcast and talk all things standalone! https://www…
 
At the end of the day, we build our apps for our users, and let's face it, no one likes slow apps. But how can we measure app performance? What are some common places to start looking to speed up performance in our Angular Applications? This week Ady Ngom joins us to share his tips for lightning fast Angular applications whether the app is brand ne…
 
Have you ever wondered how the Angular team really works on the inside? Did you realize that Google uses the exact same Angular code that we all know and love every day? In this episode we talk with Joey Perrott about his day to day on the Angular team and what it's like to be the Director of Whatever. https://angular.io/ https://twitter.com/joeype…
 
For the last 8 years, the DORA team at Google has compiled the State of DevOps report. In this episode, we welcome Willian Correa, the VP of Technology at Rangle, to share with us his experience and insight into software delivery performance. We'll discuss the 4 metrics that are used to measure software delivery performance and then those activitie…
 
Like Math, State management is hard. Have you ever run into difficult and complex situations when managing the state of your Angular application? Are there side effects that are causing issues? Do you ever wish you could get the help of the NgRx core team to help you out? Well, the good news is that now you can. Several members of the core team are…
 
Dependency Injection is one of the most powerful features of the Angular Framework, but a lot of us take it for granted. Maria Korneeva joins us to talk about Angular Dependency Injection, Injection Tokens, and the new features introduced with v14. https://twitter.com/BrowserPerson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaWRt6pENeo https://angular.io/guid…
 
Wouldn't it be great if it were easier to use feature flags to determine routing? Wait what's a feature flag? This week we welcome Mark Thompson from Bitovi to talk about all things feature flag and to introduce his new library NgxFeatureFlagRouter which makes Angular routing with feature flags in easy! https://github.com/m-thompson-code/ngx-featur…
 
Ready to level up your NgRx skills? Tomas Trajan shares with us his top tips for working effectively and conventionally with NgRx. We go in-depth on best practices that help you develop faster with this popular state management library and uncover some drama around the viewModel$ pattern! • https://tomastrajan.medium.com/level-up-your-ngrx-skills-w…
 
In this special episode taped live at ng-conf 2022, we invite Ady Ngom, Phillip Fulcher, and Craig Spence to our very first Wait Wait Don't Tell Me inspired episode of the podcast. In this Angular themed game show we will discover what really happened to Angular 3, hear some terribly delightful Angular limericks, and discuss Phillip's cereal habits…
 
This episode was taped live at ng-conf 2022 with members of the angular team: Simona Cotin, Mark Thompson, Doug Parker, and Kristiyan Kostadinov. Join us as we learn more about some of the exciting new features of Angular 14.2, what's on the roadmap, and get to know the team a little bit better.By ng-conf
 
In this episode, we dig into writing about code with Preston Lamb. Preston started off with a personal blog and now writes articles for the ng-conf blog, ng-Champions, and has created courses on thinkster.io! We discuss the importance of asking "stupid" questions, building on previous experience, and learning in public. https://www.prestonlamb.com/…
 
We check in with StackBlitz CEO, Eric Simons. StackBlitz has been furthering their mission of making a whole development environment available in the browser by building WebContainers, which allow you to run node.js natively in your browser. Join us for this exciting preview of what the web will be like in 5-10 years! https://blog.stackblitz.com/ h…
 
As Angular developers, we have a lot to be thankful for, including the built-in web security. Web Security is a topic that we could not do justice to in a matter of a single podcast episode. With that said, we welcome Alisa Duncan, a Senior Developer Advocate at Okta, and Google Developer Expert. Alisa loves learning and sharing with the community.…
 
If you're a Frontend Developer that has been stuck on side projects due to a lack of backend/auth/database layers knowledge, then this show is for you! In this episode, Michael Liendo demonstrates how AWS Amplify's powerful tooling makes backend functions approachable and enjoyable to Frontend Devs. https://twitter.com/mtliendo https://blog.focusot…
 
Do you know how infrastructure-as-code fits into your developer toolbelt? In this episode, David Tucker distills his incredible knowledge of AWS/serverless to make this vast topic accessible to developers of all levels. https://davidtucker.net/ http://pluralsight.davidtucker.net/ https://twitter.com/@_davidtucker_ https://go.nrwl.io/workshop…
 
Everyone working in application development deals with the problems addressed by design systems. In this Episode, we discuss with Wade Harkins about the benefits of Design Systems, how to implement them with your team, some of the unexpected hurdles that can arise along the way, and more! Wade also presented a few specific libraries such as lit, St…
 
In this Episode, we talk with Angela Wright about how to implement Agile effectively, examples of poorly executed Agile, and how Agile can improve team culture and make everyone happier. https://www.linkedin.com/in/angela-wright-28071221/ https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/global/en_hk/solutions/collaboration/files/agile_product_development.pdf…
 
In this Episode, Mark Thompson talks about Angular v14, what it's like working at Google, and what he thinks is the *next big thing* that developers should be adding to their skillset. https://twitter.com/marktechson https://www.youtube.com/angular https://twitter.com/angular https://rc.angular.io/guide/typed-forms#automated-untyped-forms-migration…
 
Do you want to increase diversity in computing? In this episode, Darin Webb shares how you can empower tomorrow’s generations by increasing classroom access to computers and computer science courses and what it’s like migrating your career from the corporate to the non-profit sector. Coderdojo.com https://www.nintendo.com/store/products/human-resou…
 
In this Episode, Anna Lytical - the sickeningly entertaining education drag queen, shares with us the importance of LGBTQ+ representation and how flamboyantly discussing computer science helps normalize dressing up and engages the audience in a new, creative, and fun way. https://linktr.ee/theAnnaLytical https://twitter.com/theannalytical…
 
In this episode, we chat with James Spivey about the heart-pounding dreaded topic: finding a job and getting hired. The conversation covers interview tips, how-to pivot tough interview questions, toxic and positive work environments, common red flags and how to spot them, the importance of diversity and cultural addition, and much more! (ps. we als…
 
Do you find managing dependencies difficult? In this episode, we conclude our four-part series on Micro-Frontends by discussing with Colum Ferry about Nx, Module Federation, and why using technology to solve problems sometimes isn't the right answer. https://blog.nrwl.io/scaffold-and-deploy-the-dashboard-to-netlify-47e7c36f7823 https://twitter.com/…
 
Lara and Jennifer talk to Zack Jackson about the creation of Module Federation and its place in the Micro Frontend landscape. Zack explains the benefits of Federated Modules, the need for code splitting, concerns with deploying micro frontend dependencies and more. Zack schools Jennifer on Webpack basics like plugins vs. loaders, and explains how t…
 
In our second installment on Microfrontend (MFE) Architecture with Angular Joel Denning, the founder and core contributor for Single SPA teaches Jennifer and Brian the approach to building MFEs with Single SPA. Joel gives us a brief introduction to Single SPA and how it came about, along with the challenges he was trying to solve at the time. We al…
 
How do you decide if your project or company should go with Micro Frontends Approach? Understanding how these concepts scale is crucial at an enterprise level. In this episode, we chat with Luca Mezzalira, who has tackled this very question with numerous teams and sheds some light on how to think about the architectural considerations and distribut…
 
Since the beginning of Angular, Joe Eames has been an integral part of teaching millions of new developers through his courses on Pluralsight and his Angular conference, ng-conf. In this episode, we talk with Joe about effective strategies to learn new skills, retain knowledge, and the importance of immersion and community and their impact on caree…
 
And we're back! Enjoy some great laughs in this special episode of The Angular PLUS Show as your Hosts recount the struggles and successes they faced along their journeys to becoming the Developers they are today. Find us on Twitter! The Angular Plus Show @AngularShow Jennifer Wadella @likeOMGitsFEDAY Nicole Oliver @nixcodes Lara Newsom @LaraNerdso…
 
As promised, the Angular team dropped version 13 on November 3rd, and the Angular Show got the chance to talk to Angular Dev Rel team member Emma Twersky about the anticipated release. In this episode Emma tells Aaron and Jennifer about some awesome new Angular team members and their contributions, including Sarah Dranser joining Google as Director…
 
Debugging is an art. Do you console.log? Or do you rely on breakpoints and debugger statements? All of the above? What about dealing with Angular's most ~~joyful~~ painful bug `ExpressionChangedAfterItHasBeenCheckedError`? We had the opportunity to spend some time with an expert at Angular Debugging. Abdella Ali is a Solutions Architect at Rangle.i…
 
Got Angular.js code? Yeah, a lot of us do. It's cool. For many organizations, there is a lot of Angular.js out there that has been working well for years, and let's be honest, will probably continue to provide value to the organization for years to come. You have probably also heard that Longterm Support from the Angular Team at Google for Angular.…
 
Angular + Ionic = ❤️ In this episode of the Angular Show, we had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Max Lynch, the co-founder of Ionic. If you haven't heard of Ionic, it's a set of components for rendering native controls on iOS and Android that enables web developers to build apps that are executed on phones and tablets that include core na…
 
Have you ever thought about moving into a leadership role? It can sound a bit daunting, perhaps scary, but also exciting. The idea of putting your hand to the wheel and directing the ship can be thrilling. Leading a team of individuals is a prospect that many people dream of. The Angular Show had an opportunity to sit down with Sam Julien, Director…
 
This episode of the Angular Show features Sara Faatz, who leads the Telerik and KenoUI Developer Relations team at Progress, and Alyssa Nicoll, an Angular Developer Advocate & Google Developers Expert in Angular. Sara and Alyssa share with the panelists their respective journeys into the dev industry and how they ended up together on the Developer …
 
Show Summary: We're back from our summer break and we're releasing a fresh episode of The Angular Show with a special guest, Mike Ryan, a Principal Architect with LiveLoveApp. Mike is a co-creator and member of the NgRx core team, a contributor to open-source, and a Google Developer Expert in Angular. Mike joins our panelists Aaron Frosts, Jennifer…
 
In this episode of the Angular Show, the panelists (Aaron, Brian, and Jennifer) have the esteemed privilege to be chat with Misko Hevery. In case you haven't heard, Misko is the creator (and sometimes lovingly referred to as the father) of Angular. Misko has spent the last 16 years building Angular at Google, and we have much to thank him and the t…
 
Internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) can be critical for Angular applications that are used throughout a country, continent, or around the globe. As Angular developers, we have several tools at our disposal to accomplish i18n and l10n. As you might expect, since Angular is an opinionated framework that comes with batteries included, …
 
Angular is more than a JavaScript framework, it's a community of caring people who use Angular to build and deploy amazing products and solutions that enrich lives and improve organizational pursuits. For many of us, the community is more important than the technology. Sure, Angular is awesome, but not as awesome as you the community! So how can we…
 
Single Page Applications (SPA) have many advantages, including increased interactivity, responsiveness, and user experience. However, a SPA often requires sending large chunks of JavaScript code to the client. This code must be downloaded and parsed by the client, not to mention the execution time required. There are many strategies to achieve a hi…
 
How long does it take to build your application? When you build your application are you rebuilding the entire universe, or are you using incremental build caching? For some applications, build times are perfectly acceptable, and there are no major complexities around building the application. For others, the build time is unacceptable, is impactin…
 
Have you heard of Stackblitz? If not, have you ever clicked the button in the Angular docs to launch a demo of the code and you are instantly transported into an environment that is running the Angular code alongside a slick code editor that resembles VS Code? We're going to assume that you answered yes to both of these questions. If not, go check …
 
Internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) can be critical for Angular applications that are used throughout a country, continent, or around the globe. As Angular developers, we have several tools at our disposal to accomplish i18n and l10n. As you might expect, since Angular is an opinionated framework that comes with batteries included, …
 
The Angular Show invited Minko Gechev to come on the show and talk through some of the big Angular-related announcements, namely, Angular version 12, IE11 deprecation, and the shiny new Angular DevTools. Minko Gechev is a longtime contributor to Angular, a member of the Angular Team, a good friend of ours, and an all-around wonderful person to spen…
 
Ever wonder about being in Developer Relations (aka DevRel)? Or starting a meetup? Or building a technical community? In this episode, the panelists have the pleasure to sit down with Ana Cidre, a Developer Advocate at Auth0, and learn about how she got started with being a part of, and building, communities. Ana shares a bit of her story about how…
 
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