Charles Max Wood
Armen and Lucas join this week's panelist episode to talk about Advanced Patterns with Angular Directives. Armen takes the lead as he continues to talk about his article on, "Angular Directives". He discusses the use cases of angular directives.
Eduardo Roth is a Hero Software Engineer and Ionic Developer Expert. He joins the show to talk about Angular Signals in Practice. He talks about his experience in building an app with Angular Signals and the challenges he encountered. He also talks about bridging Signals with RxJS.
Armen, Lucas, and Subrat join this week's episode to talk about "Superpowers with Directives and Dependency Injection". Armen begins the show by talking about the reason why he thinks directives are one of the most crucial tools in Angular. They also discuss the powerful use cases for Directives.
Simon Grimm is a Creator, Indie Maker & Solopreneur. He is currently working at The Ionic Academy. He joins the show to talk about Ionic and building native mobile apps with Angular. He explains all about "Capacitor" and how it contributes to your web application.
Armen, Chuck, and Lucas join this week's panelist episode to talk about Signals in Angular. Armen starts off as he gives an introduction to Signals and H\he explains the difference between RxJS. Additionally, they discuss the problems they solve in Angular.
Hosts of the React Round Up podcast, Jack Herrington, Paige Niedringhaus, and TJ Vantoll, join the Adventures in Angular Panel on this week's episode crossover. They begin the episode by contrasting the two frameworks and offering their own viewpoints on React and Angular. Additionally, they explain each of the frameworks' strong points.
Chuck and Lucas join this week's panelist episode to talk about ways how to deploy applications and some of the past and current services they have used. Chuck takes the lead as he dives into some of his past experiences in deployment.
Chuck and Lucas join this week's panelist episode discussing Angular Structural Directives and Their Microsyntax. They kick us off as Lucas explains the concept of Structural directives, and how developers might use them to their advantage.
Chuck and Lucas join this week's panelist episode as they talk about "content creation". They start off as they dive into different ways of monetizing your content. Additionally, they talk about approaches on how to capture the interest of the audience to get them to subscribe to your courses.
Colum Ferry is a Senior Software Engineer at Nrwl. He joins the show to discuss "Component-First Architecture with Standalone Components and Nx". He begins by explaining the concept of the article. He also elaborates more about Nx and its amazing features for developers.
Lucas Paganini is the CEO of unvoid.com. He takes on this week's solo episode to talk about a library called, "fp-ts". It gives developers access to popular patterns and secure abstractions from typed functional languages in Typescript. He discusses some of the issues that the library resolves.
Chuck, Lucas, and Subrat join this panelist episode to talk about setup and workflow for working in angular apps. They begin by discussing their thoughts on Visual Studio Code. Additionally, they tackle its features and VS code extensions that make working with angular apps easier.
Alain Chautard is a certified Google Developer in Angular and he works as an individual consultant for Angular projects. He joins the show to discuss his career as an Angular expert and Angular mentor. He talks about his projects and his blog. He offers advice on how to become a Google Developer Expert and discusses his experience in the field.
Chuck, Lucas, and Subrat join this panelist episode to talk about Tailwind CSS. They begin by discussing their perspectives and knowledge gained by using Tailwind. They tackle its benefits and impact on your applications.
Armen Vardanyan is a Google Developer Expert for Angular, and Frontend Team Lead at Volo. He returns to the show to discuss his article, "Using NgRx Packages with Standalone Angular Features". He talks about how to use NgRx packages with standalone features.
Charles, Lucas, and Subrat take on this week's panelist episode as they tackle all about Custom Form Components. Lucas starts off the episode by explaining different methods on how you can effortlessly and with ease create custom form components. Moreover, Subrat shares his own insight on some other techniques for creating forms depending on how complex your form is.
Walid Bouguima is a Software Engineer at Hilti Group. He joins the show with Chuck, Lucas, and Subrat to discuss his article, " Angular Clean Http Service Methods: Handle Your Backend Communication With Ease". He explains his goals and reasons why he created this method and what advantages it may bring to developers in the Angular community. Moreover, the panel shares their own perspective and some tips about Walid's article.
Marek Panti is an Angular developer at UNIQA Insurance Group AG. He joins the panel to talk about his article, "Angular Standalone Components". Standalone components simplify the process of creating Angular applications. He explains how he was able to come up with the idea for his article.
Amal Ayyash is a UX Designer and Front-end Developer. and her current main focus is Angular. She joins Chuck and Lucas to discuss her article, “RxJS-based state management in Angular”. She starts the show off by explaining the reason why she chose to use RxJS to create state management instead of using NgRX. She also gives advice to other developers, encouraging them to use their own frameworks or codes rather than third-party solutions.
Chuck welcomes Lucas to the show as a regular host of Adventures in Angular. They begin by discussing Angular 15's most recent updates and what benefit it might have for the current. Lucas also offers his perspective on the new tools and what makes him excited to use them.
Each encounter teaches us a lesson. Every setback is a victory. Chuck and Subrat join the show as Chuck takes the lead in sharing his past work experiences and his inspiring journey towards his road to success. He also talks about his current plans for Top End Devs such as conferences, book clubs, and many more!
Lucas Paganini is a content creator and developer. Together with his team creates educational content about web development through articles and YouTube tutorials. He has been working on Angular since 2017 and is the CEO of a remote company called Unvoid. He joins Chuck on the show to talk about his article, "Automatically Unsubscribe Observables on Destroy".
Are you looking at all the layoffs and uncertainty going on and wondering if your company is the next to cut back? Or, maybe you're a freelancer or entrepreneur who is trying to figure out how to deliver more value to gain or retain customers? Mani Vaya joins Charles Max Wood to discuss the one thing that both of them use to more than double their productivity on a daily basis. Mani has read 1,000's of productivity books over the last several years and has formulated a methodology for getting more done, but found that he lacked the discipline to follow through on his plans. The he found the one thing that kept him on track and made him so productive that he is now getting all of his work done and was able to live the life he wants. Chuck also weighs in on how Mani's technique has worked for him and allows him to spend more time with his wife and kids, run a podcast network, and a nearly full time contract. Join the episode to learn how Chuck and Mani get into a regular flow state with their work and consistently deliver at work.
In this all-panelist episode, Armen comes back to the show to talk about one of his articles, “Change Detection without Change Detection. Change detection functions by helping rerender the UI when data changes. In this episode, he shares the importance of using his Change Detection technique to improve performance rather than using the built-in one.
In Angular apps, remembering user-preferred settings is an excellent way to provide a good experience for the users; you can save data in the user’s browser using the localStorage object, which provides methods for working the key-value data. Today on the show, GDE Angular expert Dany Paredes shares his insights about localStorage, how to learn about this API, and knowledge to build in Angular to save background color preferences.