Angular has evolved a lot in the last year. Hear about the changes that you can opt into to make your applications smaller, faster, and easier to use. Opt-in to new capabilities such as the new rendering engine from Project Ivy, scaled builds with Bazel. Hear about some new use cases the Angular team is taking on to deliver great performance for consumer facing applications and our ideas to implement best practices into your application by default.
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Speaker(s): Stephen Fluin, Vikram Subramanian
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I have tried diferente frameworks, but when I started with angular I understood the beauty of the framework, still on it and will be my frontend choice
is there any way we can download the slides??
Something I see everywhere is components in /app/components classes in /app/classes services in /app/services, you see where this is going.. would be nice to have that as the default since literally everyone I've ever seen does it that way. Love the framework tho and good to see thing moving along!
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I am almost sure no one in the comments is newer than me to angular, but all I can say is I love it. ng-joy
web browsers should support these popular frameworks/libraries locally. i mean they should have those files ready on the machine so it won’t need a server request.
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Also include *ng-pak*.
Also MDc is cool and all, but cmon Dens inputs are existing since the beginning of Material Design language and still no included support for that. Last time i lost like 1 week to make a dense input to look ok, it was not just the scss theme, there are hardcoded variables values inside that are used for calculation of the floating label gaps...wtf. Hardcoded ?? You insist its customizable, how is that if you hardcoded some values and if you try to make you label bigger everything falls apart.
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
bundles without polyfills is great, I just want flex-layout worked when compiling to ES2015...
Guys, A small query while using ivy, is there any possibility of duplicate loading.
sound is too low
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oh my god
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