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Choosing a front-end for your project can be a headache if you are superficially aware of the technologies that are on the market. What to choose? React / Angular / Vue.js?
And even when you chose this or that framework, you have a long way to try and make mistakes in honing your skills, like it was with Angular 2, which came out in 2016 and was strikingly different from AngularJS 1.0.
Since then, two years have passed, in October the 7th version is already out. During this time we have gained invaluable experience in our Angular projects, which we want to share and prepared a report on those best practices that we ourselves use.
This report will be useful for both front-end and full-stack developers and will allow them to save time and avoid the rake that sometimes occurs when developing Angular projects.
In this report, we will focus on the following topics:
- Features of TypeScript, which are worth paying attention to
- Design and structure of projects
- Libraries for Angular
- Fitchie Angular 6/7
- “Pitfalls” in use
- Optimization and performance improvement
And in the end we will show a demo where we will launch the Angular 7 application and test its capabilities.
How to improve the effectiveness of Angular applications? What hidden problems can occur in the use of Angular? These and many other questions will be answered by Sergey Morenets, a developer with 17 years of experience and 4 years of experience, Angular, the author of reports on front-end technologies.
Do you want to know more about using Angular in modern projects? Connect to the webinar on October 23 at 19-30. You will receive a link to the broadcast after registration the day before the start.
Webinar for the front-end developers of any level.