Charles Max Wood
In this episode, Brooks, Alyssa and Chris talk with Aliaksei Kuncevič about Progressive State Management with NGXS. Aliaksei walks the crew through this progressive journey by starting small and implementing reactive services. These are services with a behavior subject. Aliaksei then demonstrates how you can migrate from reactive services to using NGXS.
In this episode of Adventures in Angular, Brad McAlister joins our regular panelists: Alyssa, Chris and Brooks! Brad walks us through his work of transitioning into an Annex Monorepo and how working with Angular Elements in conjunction has been going. Brad also breaks down what StoryBook is and how it has helped him in his work flows.
Asaad Saad has 16 years of experience in Web Development. He has worked with big companies in the Middle East including (Amazon Middle East, Yahoo Middle East, and Abu Dhabi Government). He joined MIU University in 2014. He works as an assistant professor of computer science and program director of the Masters’ in Software Development Program. In this episode, Asaad talks about his experiences teaching different Front-end frameworks to Master students and why they always prefer Angular over React.
Ionic’s very own Ely Lucas swings by to chat to Alyssa, Chris & Brooks about NestJS, the node framework that’s winning over devs in the Angular community and beyond. The panel dive into the docs, learning about how Nest allows developers to structure powerful backends with a syntax that will make Angular devs in particular feel right at home.
Thomas Pink and Fabian Friedl from Dynatrace join Adventures in Angular to discuss the highs and lows of building an in-house design system with Angular and the exciting move from keeping it internal to open sourcing and letting the world loose upon it.
Special guest, Vitalii Bobrov joins us to talk about accessibility on the web and how to relate it to user experience in general. What can we do to improve accessibility? How can we improve accessibility? Why should we even care about accessibility? Find the answers to these questions and much more on this very insightful episode of Adventures in Angular.
Ankit Sharma, an Angular GDE and author, joins us in this episode of Adventures in Angular to talk about using Azure cognitive services with Angular.
In this episode of Adventures in Angular, special guest, Christian Liebel engages the panel in an interesting discussion on Angular performance especially as it relates to runtime performance.
In this episode of Adventures in Angular, Sani Yusuf stops by for an adventure and chats with Alyssa, Brooks & Chris about building component libraries in Nx and how he feels forms are one of Angular’s most powerful and perhaps underrated features.
Ravi Veliyat helps train people in many web technologies, Angular being one of them. The panel discusses the various ways you can get your components to communicate, from inputs and outputs all the way up to NgRx. Ravi walks through the different options, with great examples that will keep you on the edge of your headphones.
The illustrious and well-regarded Gil Fink joins the Adventures in Angular panel to talk about profiling your Angular apps. Profiling consists of finding bottlenecks, and memory leaks among other problems within your application. Most of the time, the problems are hard to see from the development side. Usually, they appear when your user uses a devise that is slow or a connection that is faulty. Gil explains how to find and fix them.
In this episode of Adventures in Angular, Will Gant, author of Remote Work talks about working from home and working outside of the client's office. He and Brooks share their experience with working through the challenges, benefits, and methods of working remotely.
Subrat Kumar Mishra is a full stack developer who has worked with Angular and Java. He's the host of the Fun of Heuristic YouTube channel. He talks about OOP principles, Node.js, lazy loading components, and why he chose Angular.
Maxim joins the Adventure to discuss building Progressive Web Apps using Angular. He starts out talking about some of the features of native apps and how to get some of that on the web. Then he walks through the benefits and methods of using PWA's.
Nishu Goel joins the Adventure to talk about how Web Components can be used in Angular applications and how to use them to share functionality across multiple applications written in different frameworks. We also dive into how web components are used and compatibility across browsers.
Evan Weaver is the CEO and founder at Fauna. He starts out talking about the problems that existed when working at Twitter with databases and scaling. They began as a consultancy and the grew into a serverless database company.
Brooks Forsyth is an Ionic and Angular developer who has coined a new stack called the IAN stack. The panel discusses the pros and cons of using a combination of Ionic, Angular, and NestJS to build mobile apps and their supporting APIs
Tracy Lee joins the adventure to talk about where the panel thinks Angular is headed. The conversation ranges from features of Angular 9 and Ivy to Scully to what we all thing the next thing will be.
Doguhan Uluca, the author of "Angular for Enterprise-Ready Web Applications", explains the concepts of enterprise and the Angular ecosystem. He is a strong proponent of the evergreen motto, which means the fundamentals and techniques you learn and master will be useful to you for years to come.
Chris is new at working from home. Chuck and Brooks have been working from home for several years. They walk through the ins and outs of how to be productive at home with kids, family, and others at home and how to maximize communication with your team when you're not in the same place. Chuck also offers some advice to managers who find themselves suddenly managing remote workers.
Alyssa, Chris, and Chuck dive into whether or not Angular is declining in popularity. They begin talking about a tweet by @wellpaidgeek and things like State of JS and what it says about the growth and relative popularity of Angular when compared with Vue, React, and Svelte. The discussion also weaves into whether or not it's worth starting in or finding a job in today.
Christian walks Charles and Younes through the 10 commandments of building Angular applications. We talk about how to arrange Angular applications, design components, and best practices. We also talk through tools, teams, and performance.
Dale Spoonemore joins the adventure to talk about his journey from no coding experience to writing one of the most popular gardening apps on the web with Ionic. Dale explains how learning to garden sparked a journey that led him to teach himself Angular and Ionic to build the Seed to Spoon app.
In this episode of Adventures in Angular Charles Max Wood interviews Jamie Perkins, creator of Podfan. Podfan is a membership for podcasts. Charles invited Jamie on the show to talk about building Podfan with Angular. Jamie built Podfan with Angular Fire and Firebase. He highly recommends them, explaining that it is a fast and easy way to build applications.