Managing and Capturing Errors in Angular ft. Philipp Kief - AiA 325
Philipp Kief is a German developer who walks through how to manage and capture errors in your Angular application and how to display them to users.
He discusses how he standardized error handlers in his applications and what he does to make sure that they get logged someplace.
RxJS Best Practices in Angular ft. Tomas Trajan - AiA 324
Tomas Trajan is a developer from Slovakia living in Switzerland. He talks about his experiences using streams, observables, and RxJS in Angular over the last several years.
Building Reactive Angular Applications ft. Pavel Tuzov - AiA 323
Pavel Tuzov is a developer at Microsoft who has recently written about building reactive Angular applications using RxJS and Observables. He and Chuck have a conversation about how to build reactive applications and the tools Angular gives you to approach programming with a Reactive paradigm.
How to Stay Current - AiA 322
Charles Max Wood leads the conversation about how to stay current on all the stuff going on in technology and Angular.
Given the pace that things move at in technology, it's impossible to stay up on everything. Chuck shares his strategies for staying on top of the things that make a difference in your career.
The Push Pipe is Boring ft. Michael Hladky - AiA 321
Michael Hladky rejoins the Adventure to have more discussions around performance and the push pipe. He jumps in and explains the let directive and leads into the other ways of managing changes in your Angular apps.
Responsive Angular Components ft. Miroslav Jonas - AiA 320
Reusing Code in Your Angular Apps ft. Jérémy Bardon - AiA 319
Jérémy Bardon joins the adventure to discuss how to reuse code in Angular. Specifically, the discussion covers reusable components and goes into improving code with them.
ngTemplateOutlet featuring Stephen Cooper - AiA 318
Stephen Cooper joins the Adventure to discuss the ngTemplateOutlet, how it's used and where you'd add it to your application.
It allows you to put a template into place where you have the outlet so you can specify what to put into the spot you have the template in and then specify the variables that it uses. This allows you to have a custom template for a specific item.
Angular and Routing Testing - Part 2 featuring Lars Brink - AiA 317
Lars Gyrup Brink Nielsen joins the Adventure to continue discussing testing Angular and with Spectacular and to finish the discussion on testing routing in Angular.
Speeding up Your Angular Apps with Daniel Kreider - AiA 316
Daniel Kreider joins the Adventure to discuss some of the things that are slowing down your front-end app. He also dives into the handful of things you should look at first in order to make sure that your application is running at top speed.
How to Get a 60% Performance Gains with Push Pipe featuring Michael Hladky - AiA 315
Michael Hladky joins the adventure to discuss how he's gotten a 60% performance increase using push pipe and related techniques.
Many developers can get by without this technology, but Michael explains how to pull the push pipe into your code and what that looks like compared to Zone.js and the default stack in Angular.
Integration Testing Routed Angular Features with Lars Brink - Part 1 - AiA 314
Lars Brink joins the adventure to discuss how he tests routed Angular features using the RouterTestingModule. He explains what it is and why it's not as well documented as it could be.
The panel then takes him through testing other parts of an application using Spectacular and other tools to make sure that Angular applications behave as expected.
Matchmaking NGXS and Firebase with Joaquin Cid - AiA 313
Joaquin Cid is an Argentinian developer who has built a plugin for NGXS state library that allows developers to connect to Firebase and have their queries automatically import into NGXS. Further, it also allows them to define actions that will update their datastore when triggered.
The 3 Essentials for Successful Job Outcomes - BONUS
Chuck dives into the 3 essentials for getting the next successful outcome you want in your career. Whether that's something simple like a raise or something more complex like going freelance, you can achieve it by working on 3 main areas.
Components by Selector Name with Tarang Khandelwal - AiA 312
Tarang Khandelwal found himself in the unenviable position where he needed to be able to dynamically choose which component to load dynamically.
He did this by passing in a string key that determined the component that would load in its place. However, given that not all components and component signatures are the same, this is more complex than it seems.
Tarang explains to Chuck what this entails and why you might need a setup like this in the first place.