In this article, we’ll bring an Angular user interface to life by using two-way binding, events, event emitters, services, and subscriptions to link together the user interface.
Author: Matt Eland
My talk at CodeMash 2020 is now LIVE on Pluralsight and will be perpetually free to view, even without a subscription and outside of free weekends.
Sometimes in Angular you have a collection of items and need to display a different component for different items in the same collection. Thankfully, Angular offers a directive called ngSwitch that gives us flexibility in how components render themselves.
In this article we’ll take a user interface sketch and convert it into the visual structure of a new Angular application using Angular Material to quickly style and skin our new application.
Watch a first time event modeler apply event modeling to game design as he tries to design an interactive fiction game.
Some software engineering organizations rely on something called “User Personas” to help the organization keep users in perspective. It’s a decent concept, but I think it can be applied to more areas.
In this article, I’ll explore and explain Conway’s Law and the effects it has on software engineering departments and the systems they manage.
While GroupBy took a single collection and transformed it into multiple child collections, SelectMany flattens child collections into a single merged collection.
In this article I’ll share my first foray into working with a major open source project. My hope is that this will help take away the intimidation factor of working with another team’s code and show you how cool working in a larger community can be.
Let’s cut straight to it: Impostor Syndrome has its uses. In fact, I would argue that impostor syndrome can be one of the greatest triggers for success that people can see in their careers.