Advanced Angular Development Made Simple
See me demonstrate the course content and best practices while building a productivity app with Angular, Ionic, and Capacitor and get your Angular questions answered. In this session (27/03/21), we will build upon the basic app from last time and use the Nx Monorepo architecture. In future sessions we will: – Hook the app up […]
Apollo Graphql comes with built-in support for caching which can be used as a state management system (which they recommend). There are a couple of different ways to update cache after an update in this state management system: Refetch query Built-in normalization Update callback This post will teach you when and how to do the […]
Before he joined, he had half a year of Angular experienced. He tried to set up a good architecture but had problems with scale. As soon as he signed up for the course, the architecture became extremely good immediately and became capable of handling scale. The main takeaways: From taking the course is you will […]
Learn how Fabrice became an Angular architect in 8 weeks. He asked himself “How can I strengthen my knowledge” and he joined Angular Architect Accelerator. Fabrice shares his experience with the course and how he became a better Angular developer.
Many frontend developers might see security as a non-functional concern, that is handled by the security department and that they instead should just focus on feature development. The reality is that learning about security actually forces you to gain knowledge about how the browser works thus it can make you a better Angular developer in […]
In this post, I will show you, how to set up a multi-tenant application with Firebase, GraphQL, and Angular. This is a common scenario for SaaS applications, as multiple tenants should be able to have their data separated from other tenants’ data and that data should be kept safe as well using proper authorization checks. […]
In this video, I answer if it is ok to expose private methods for testing in Angular apps.