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Angular Architecture Podcast
13 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
Angular Error Handling - Don't Let the Default Fail Your Application
Your default Angular ErrorHandler might be failing you when you deploy your application to production. This podcast describes the default Angular implementation for ErrorHandler and why you need to implement your own for a centralized repository. Important: The default Angular ErrorHandler is not for production use. More details on how to create your own custom ErrorHandler and Logging solution below - use the links below. ErrorHandler Blog post: https://angulararchitecture.com/blog Angular Architecture Patterns Book: https://angulararchitecture.com/book/angular-architecture-patterns
64 minutes | Apr 6, 2020
Angular Architecture Part 2 with Lars Still Getting Rid of Modules
This episode continues our discussion with Lars Brink. Lars has an extensive background in web technologies. He is passionate about elegant code and performance. Learn why there is a need to reconsider Angular modules and how we work with components. - Lars is on a mission to get rid of Angular modules...and why - Lars confirms that he is the original SCAM artist Github.com: github.com/LayZeeDK Email: firstname.lastname@example.org inDepth.dev Author Page: indepth.dev/author/layzee/ inDepth Community: https://community.indepth.dev/
45 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
Interview with Lars Brink Getting Rid of Modules
This Angularlicious episode features an interview with Lars Brink. Lars has an extensive background in web technologies. He shares his experience with us about some interesting Angular topics. He is passionate about elegant code and performance. Learn why there is a need to reconsider Angular modules and how we work with components. - Lars is on a mission to get rid of Angular modules...and why - A proposal for components to declare their dependencies - Lars confirms that he is the original SCAM artist - A discussion on the SCAM pattern; where and how it used; benefits of using SCAM pattern - Angular Monorepo, Nrwl.io Nx tool for team development = Collaborating on a new topic for inDepth.dev - UI Feature Libraries with Nacho Vasquez - all articles are free on https://www.inDepth.dev Github.com: https://github.com/LayZeeDK Email: email@example.com inDepth.dev Author Page: https://indepth.dev/author/layzee/
37 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
Angular Architecture Interview with Bartosz Pietrucha
In this episode of the Angularlicious podcast, we talk with Bartosz Pietrucha the founder of Angular-Academy.com. He is an international speaker and trainer specializing in Enterprise Angular application architecture and security. We explore a new pattern to bridge the gap between Presentation and Business Logic using a Synchronization Strategy (adapter/mediator). Learn more about Bartosz' new Web Security Academy at: https://angular-academy.com/security/?aff=487495_tawgwlyz web: www.angular-academy.com blog: https://dev.to/pietrucha github: https://github.com/bartosz-io Talk on Architecture: https://angular-academy.com/angular-architecture-best-practices Role-based auth in Angular 9 (Youtube.com) https://dev.to/pietrucha/role-based-auth-in-angular-9-nld
26 minutes | Jan 26, 2020
Angular Architecture Discussion Part 2
Software Architecture is more than just code - this episode continues the discussion about effective software architecture. How do we improve and get to effectiveness with our architecture and with Angular? The discussion will highlight: - how teams can be more effective - what Angular code organization strategies help - does your team have a playbook or plan for the application - when do tools and materials need to be considered
13 minutes | Jan 18, 2020
Angular Architecture Discussion Part 1
Software Architecture is more than just code - this episode discusses (3) core elements of software architecture. This initial discussion lays the groundwork for Part 2 Effective Angular Architecture. Learn what you should consider for software architecture and what the balance between creativity and technical implementation. Architecture is much more than just design. The process to create a design and a plan is just the beginning of architecture. You could have the best design and plans for a project, however, if the wrong tools and materials are chosen the outcome of the design might be a failure. Also important is the execution of the design. If you only had 2 of the 3, without proper execution of the plan, the chances of success may be limited. It is the combination of all 3 together that creates effective architecture and provides the best potential for success. More information at www.angularlicio.us and make sure you checkout the new Angular Architecture book: https://leanpub.com/angular-architecture-the-unofficial-guide
25 minutes | Mar 2, 2019
Angular Schematics with Brian Love and Kevin Schuchard
Angular Schematics with Brian Love and Kevin Schuchard In this episode, the Angularlicios podcast talks with two Angular Schematic experts. Brian Love, the CTO at Briebug Solutions, and Kevin Schuchard, a Senior Software Engineer at Briebug. Both Brian and Kevin have extensive experience with creating new Schematics, training, and using Schematics for Jest, Ngrx and for their clients. This episode is a great introduction to what Angular Schematics are and how they can be used to improve developer workflow and productivity. It also covers: * why developers should be interested in Schematics * tools and packages * how to develop and test in a sandbox * adding 3rd-party libraries to projects (i.e., Jest, Cypress, Firebase, Prettier) * resources to learn more about Schematics
27 minutes | Jul 22, 2018
Are You an Effective Angular Developer?
Are you an effective Angular developer? Is your team effective? This episode looks at 3 Elements of Effectiveness. Learn how you and your team can improve in different areas. We examine what is required to be effective in using our tools, continuous learning, and execution of our recipes, architecture, and process.
13 minutes | Apr 7, 2018
This episode is about some new tools for your Angular applications and development environments. Building custom libraries for your projects is not easy. However, there are some new tools that will improve your development environment by creating a consolidated workspace - so you can have multiple apps and libraries in the same environment. And when you are all done you want to be able to show off all of your hard work. Using Stackblitz.io allows you to embed your project with code and a running application - all from your Github repository. That's pretty awesome.
20 minutes | Nov 20, 2017
Angular Design Patterns
The focus of this podcast is to identify software design patterns that are used in Angular with the goal of understanding how they work, why they are important. You will learn how to make services and components work better for you by knowing the patterns they implement. Now that we have Typescript, you are armed with the ability to take advantage of Object Oriented Programming concepts and design patterns. You can use design patterns to produce better business logic. This episode provides some guidance on how to leverage these patterns. There are also some really useful code samples and templates on Github.com.
9 minutes | Nov 20, 2017
A podcast about things Angular, including architecture. This episode provides the background for this podcast and what you can expect from future episode.
20 minutes | Nov 15, 2017
Custom Angular Modules
The focus of this podcast is about how to use Angular Modules the right way. You'll discover how many modules your application really needs. Also, if you've ever wanted to create a custom Angular module to share and distribute - this podcast provides the information you'll need to create, publish, and use your custom module. Free Guide: http://angularlicio.us/custom-angular-modules The whole notion of modules is to create reusable items to improve efficiency and minimize maintenance of source code. The base element of an Angular application is a Module. Each Angular application contains an app.module that is the entry point of the entire application. Therefore, you are already familiar with using modules. Also, it is very common to create additional modules in an Angular applications. However, what if you want to create Angular modules that can be reused in more than a single Angular application? Or, would you like to create custom modules that can be published to NPM and shared with the world? Think of modules as containers of realted things. Even if you never create a custom module that is distributable, you can still dramatically improve the design of you existing Angular applications by creating modules to encapsulate and organize specific feature sets. Angular modules let you decide what items within the module are publicly available. For example, if you create a module that contains an Angular Service, it can act like an API that provides end-points to the application to perform different actions. You get to use and implement some nice architectural patterns that provide: - A service facade pattern to provide end-points of functionality. - Abstract the implementation details to private members of the module. - Create a highly-testable service using specification tests. Encapsulation of many items used to implement the feature set.
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