In this blog post, I want to describe how you can seamlessly integrate test coverage reporting into your Nx Monorepo workflow using Azure DevOps, providing a clear and actionable view of your code quality.
In this blog post, I want to describe how I migrated an application from ngModules to standalone components. Standalone components are available since Angular’s V14 and make an angular application possible without ngModules.
With Angular 14 the Angular Team provided a new very demanded feature: Strictly Typed Reactive Forms. That solves a lot of problems when interacting with Angular Forms, as we have the type of the model we are representing with the form now, instead of an any “type” we had before. But let’s have a look at this step by step.
In this blogpost I want to describe two different ways how to load your settings before your Angular application starts. Although there already have been articles about this Tim Deschryver’s Blog Post ‘Build once deploy to multiple environments’ I want to point out two different ways of solving the issue as I see this as an reappearing issue in the Angular world.
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