February was actually so full of quality Angular meetup videos, that we had a really hard time choosing our favorites. After spending a few hours collecting and picking, we’re here to proudly present the results. So, bring a coffee and enjoy!
Follow Matt as he shows you how to automate your Angular workflow. Whether you’re an individual developer or a leader of a team, you probably want to be as effective as possible. This talk will surely help you improve.
In this video Mark Thompson will be taking a look at ways to optimize your applications with resource inlining. Enjoy!
In this video we will see a solution for loading federated modules dynamically with Angular and Webpack 5.
Lamis will show you how to use Angular and RxJS together and when it’s a great idea to do so.
As this one is a never-ending discussion, and I see so many discussions on different platforms but I don’t necessarily agree with all of them.
If you’re looking for ways to improve performance of your Angular applications, look no further than Scully.
Scully is the JAMstack tool the Angular community has been craving to make pre-rendering and serving static pages a breeze, with a great supporting community and a variety of plugins to meet any application setups needs.
In this talk, Jennifer teaches us about JAMstack concepts and how to get started with Scully to make your Angular applications more performant today.
— 3 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT SCULLY
Scully is still a new kid on the block!
In this talk, Sam highlights 3 things you (might) not know yet about Scully!
Join Mike Hartington for a walkthrough of Capacitor, a new cross-platform native runtime that makes it easy to build web apps that run on iOS, Android, and on the web as Progressive Web Apps— all powered by a single codebase. Capacitor is a spiritual success to Cordova and offers a modern approach to app building that makes it easy for web developers to reuse their skills to build quality apps for all platforms, while significantly lessening the likelihood that they’ll get stuck on native-specific issues.