Angular Addicts Issue #2: Angular 14, NX 14, RxJS and NgRx tips & more
My favourite Angular resources of May, 2022
👋Hey fellow Angular Addict
This is the second issue of the Angular Addicts Newsletter, a monthly collection of carefully selected Angular resources that got my attention. (You can read the first issue here.)
💎Angular Gems of May, 2022
📰What is new in Angular 14?
Angular 14 was released in early June. In his article, Nevzatopcu shows the most important new features in Angular 14 with code examples. He covers standalone components, more powerful dependency injection, page title resolver, route providers, environment initializer, typed reactive forms, passing an injector to embedded views and Angular CLI autocomplete.
📰Nx v14 is out — Here is all you need to know!
Nx v14 is here, Juri Strumpflohner helps us explore the biggest highlights of this new version.
Nx v14 is out — Here is all you need to know!
🎞️ Google I/O: The state of Angular 2022
At the Google I/O developer conference, Mark Thompson (@marktechson) and Emma Twersky showcased the latest changes in Angular and some of the planned future updates.
Lorenzo Zarantonello wrote a summary of their presentation: 7 Key Points From State of Angular — Google I/O 2022
Google’s Madleina Scheidegger also gave insights about the long-term plans of the Angular team in her article: Angular’s Vision for the Future
📰Level Up Your NgRx Skills With 10 Time-Tested Best Practices
In this article, Tomas Trajan shares his experience he gained during the development of his SaaS product using Angular and NgRx. He summarizes his findings in ten tips alongside with realistic code examples.
Level Up Your NgRx Skills With 10 Time-Tested Best Practices
This Angular Air podcast also features Tomas, he discusses the contents of his article in more detail with Justin Schwartzenberger, Alyssa Nicoll and Mike Brocchi.
📰7 RxJS Operators You Should Know About in 2022
This is the second RxJS article written by DevJo. In this one, he focuses on the most overlooked RxJS operators that have a huge potential for making Angular applications better.
7 RxJS Operators You Should Know About in 2022
If you haven’t read it yet, you should also check out his previous RxJS article (Meet RxJS: Your Best Friend in Angular in 2022) in which he explains the most commonly used RxJS operators.
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Angular Addicts Issue #1: Nx Conf, Dev Survey & more
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