Angular Addicts Issue #1: Nx Conf, Dev Survey & more
My favorite Angular resources of April, 2022
👋Hey fellow Angular Addict
Since this is the first issue of my Angular Addicts Newsletter, let me tell you what this is all about.
My name is Gergely Szerovay, I work as a frontend development chapter lead. Teaching (and learning) Angular is one of my passions. I consume content related to Angular on a daily basis — articles, podcasts, conference talks, you name it.
I created the Angular Addict Newsletter so that I can send you the best resources I come across each month. Whether you are a seasoned Angular Addict or a beginner, I got you covered.
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💎Angular Gems of April, 2022
📰Angular Developer Survey 2021 Results
Nearly 25k developers participated in the survey, Minko Gechev’s article summarizes the results and how these are reflected in the Angular roadmap.
🎞️Nx Conf Lite 2022
Nx Conf Lite 2022 was held at the end of April, and its recordings are now available.
I really enjoyed Colum Ferry’s presentation:Supercharged Micro Frontends with Monorepos. I also highly recommend checking out this talk by Benjamin Cabanes and Philip Fulcher: Understanding Monorepos: What you need to know
📰Reactive programming in Angular
Jorge Solis highlights the key differences between functional and object-oriented programming, and explains what reactive programming is in Angular and gives useful advice on when you should use it.
📰The ultimate guide on how to create customizable Angular components
Kevin Kreuzer describes a great way of using CSS variables and mixins to style Angular components. Inone of his recent articlehe also writes about styling content projection in Angular.
📰GTM Tracking Service in Angular
Ayyash Ayyash’s step-by-step guide explains how to set up Google Tag Manager 4 and connect it with Google Analytics, and also talks about how to implement a service that will help you maintain the tags in your application.
Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed the first issue of the Angular Addicts Newsletter! If you have any feedback, just comment here or write to me, and I will get back to you!