Ever since mobile devices became capable of accessing the web and showing web pages, it became obvious that not all web pages are usable on a small screen. Today most websites implement responsive design, but often at a cost of extra DOM. This post will show you how to solve that last step in Angular.
In TypeScript we often need to deal with third-party and/or native functions and based on the implementation their return types might differ. Luckily, TypeScript has a trick up the sleeve how to resolve them.
One of the lesser-known parts of the ISO 8601 standard is the duration specification. In this post we will learn how to parse it and construct a simple Angular pipe for template automation.
Recently there has been an explosion of popularity of libraries like Redux and NGRX. One common requirement they have is an immutable state. Switching to the immutable state helps us to more easily reason about our state of the application and to easily track changes. It also helps us to avoid an unplanned side effect.
Hiring a developer is like scouting a new band member. You are looking for someone with a specific skill, who will match your spirit, doesn’t have a band already or is willing to change a band for the perks you are offering.
The simplest things are often the hardest to learn. Our experience dealing with complicated topics hinders us from switching our brains to comprehend simple things.