Unleash the Power of Webpack in Angular

As all Angular developers should already know, Angular CLI is using Webpack under the hood. Fortunately, it’s not too deep and we can reach it without opening the hood (i.e. : ng eject or forking Angular CLI or using a boilerplate). TL;DR: Use Webpack’s require() instead of assets. Why would we do that? Loading assets & cache busting … More Unleash the Power of Webpack in Angular

Handle RxJS Subscriptions Properly Using Rx-Scavenger

One of the must tricky parts in Angular (or simply when using RxJS in general) is to handle Observables’ Subscriptions; but don’t panic! There are many ways to handle this properly and we’ll show you around the most common approaches. TL;DR : Use Rx-Scavenger! https://github.com/wishtack/wishtack-steroids/tree/master/packages/rx-scavenger Common Solutions Angular’s async Pipe Using Angular’s async Pipe, it is … More Handle RxJS Subscriptions Properly Using Rx-Scavenger

Yarn 1.0, Angular-cli 1.4 et Problèmes de Licence React

Hello, Deux principales bonnes nouvelles cette semaine, les releases de Yarn 1.0 et Angular-cli 1.4.Yarn 1.0 https://github.com/yarnpkg/yarn/releases Gestion de workspaces pour une meilleure gestion des mono-repos. Plus besoin de l’option du préfixe “–” pour passer des paramètres aux commandes yarn: yarn e2e –specs=test/e2e/….spec.ts Qui utilise yarn et n’a pas de problème de conflits sur le yarn.lock qu’on écrase alors en … More Yarn 1.0, Angular-cli 1.4 et Problèmes de Licence React

Boost your AngularJS performance with wishtack-steroids and get ready to migrate to Angular 2+

  If you are here, you are probably as excited as us about Angular 2+ and it’s performance boost with new feature like Ahead of Time compile, OnPush and Lazy Loading… … but you still have this legacy AngularJS code that you love (or hate) so much and you have to migrate to Angular 2+. We talked a … More Boost your AngularJS performance with wishtack-steroids and get ready to migrate to Angular 2+

AngularJS 1.x vs Angular 2+ – Should I Stay or Should I Go

TL;DR : “If I go there will be trouble and If I stay it will be double.” Hello dear Angular developers, I’ll let you know, For those of you who don’t live in a cave or work in a company where angular.io is blocked by the firewall, you are probably aware that Angular 2 is already … More AngularJS 1.x vs Angular 2+ – Should I Stay or Should I Go

Cross Browser Testing & Test Automation with Protractor and Browserstack

Cross-Browser Testing, what’s that for? Did you just come up with this new brilliant web app idea and you are now wondering how to make sure it works on all devices? or do you already have an up & running web app but your users are tired of reporting new browser-specific issues everyday? In both … More Cross Browser Testing & Test Automation with Protractor and Browserstack