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Today in Top Angular News – Wednesday, September 19

Today in Top Angular News – Wednesday, September 19

Today’s topics include angular, ngrx, redux, AngularJS, AutoTweet, STL, bootstrap, and npm. Special thanks to contributors Ricardo Mello, STL_TechEvents, anilsingh581, StenleySimpson, rechargedesign, +Era Balliu, Era Balliu, The serverless webpack authors, @urish, Uri Shaked, angularsf, NG_Tutorial, webcodegeeks, Maina_Wycliffe, and geekstrick.

Highcharts Angular Wrapper – Highcharts

As a convenience to our customers, we wanted to ensure that using Highcharts in an Angular project was as easy as possible. We are therefore happy to present to you our official Highcharts Angular wrapper, which is free to use (please note that using Highcharts for commercial projects require a valid license). Let’s take a quick look at the wrapper along with the included demo app. Browse to the directory for the demo code, then open the file:

Notice that the main component HighchartsChartComponent is added to the app module . Feel free to explore the code by setting up demos with different charts, and share your experience and questions in the comment area. Continue reading

Service Worker – Optimizing the Performance of an Angular App – The Info Grid

You can choose which request to respond to by using a set of rules (policies) to guide the service worker on how to handle different requests. We are going to aggressively cache the queries to the Github API using a service worker for 30mins. In case of repeated requests, the service worker will serve the same results from a local cache. We can achieve this by using the command below:

The above command, makes modification to your app, adding some files and boilerplate code for both Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) and Service Worker. Let’s take a close look at Service Worker specific modifications:

In the main app module, the following code was added:

This enables a service worker for your application during production. Continue reading

Robust, Strongly Typed, Documented API’s using NestJS, TypeScript, and Swagger

All API development will be done using TypeScript and an open source framework called NestJS (in addition to some other very handy NPM modules). The NestJS framework will feel very familiar to any developers currently using Angular and TypeScript for their client-side application development. Ultimately, any developer who’s curious about full stack development yet feels intimidated by learning multiple frameworks would all benefit from this session. Developers utilizing NestJS can leverage the same IDE they utilize for client-side development. For this talk we will demonstrate how API’s are built on this platform and discuss tooling, development processes, deployment options/best practices, and then leave attendees with a large number of resources to leverage. Continue reading

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