The Future of Angular and the Latest Features in Angular

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In this video, I’ll be discussing the future of Angular and the latest features in Angular 17, including standalone components, signals, new control flow, the deferred operator, and server-side rendering improvements. I’ll also touch on the use of Tailwind CSS for styling and the benefits it offers. Join me to learn more about the exciting new features in Angular and how they can enhance your developer experience.

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00:00 Introduction
02:30 Tailwind CSS for Styling
04:18 New Control Flow
07:08 Deferred Views
11:14 Conclusion

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Become an Angular Architect: https://christianlydemann.com/angular-architect-accelerator 

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