This one is on my list for evaluation this month. I will post more when I have had a chance to dig in a bit.
The Core Things… Angular Main Site – Official home, the new site is very clearly organized and the docs are highly useful. Official Documentation – Let’s get straight to the point. Angular CLI Reference – CLI CSS and Component Frameworks… Angular Material – https://github.com/angular/material2 MD Bootstrap – https://mdbootstrap.com/angular/ NGX Bootstrap – https://valor-software.com/ngx-bootstrap/#/ Prime NG – https://www.primefaces.org/primeng/#/ NG Bootstrap – https://ng-bootstrap.github.io/#/home Tools… IDE: VS… Continue reading Angular Resources 2018
I’ve created a list of “13 Things an Angular Consultant Needs to Know to Be Successful” categorized under three broader skill areas – Building a Brand, Understanding the Technology, and Dealing with Other People’s Code. Source: 13 Things an Angular Consultant Needs to Know to Be Successful This is a wise post about how to… Continue reading 13 Things an Angular Consultant Needs to Know to Be Successful
Slack can be a useful leveling ground for introverts and extroverts Source: Everything You Are Afraid To Ask About Slack Etiquette Good advice. Slack is awesome!
Nice overview of serverless technology (AWS Lambda for example). What it is. Benefits for developers and business owners and guidelines for relevant use cases and when it’s not a good fit. Source: Serverless Architecture: When To Use It and What Benefits You Get
git-secrets Security continues to be paramount, and inadvertently checking credentials and other secrets into source control is a major attack vector. git-secrets is a simple tool that prevents you from committing passwords and other sensitive information to a git repository. It can also scan all historical revisions before making a repository public, if you want… Continue reading Tools | Technology Radar | ThoughtWorks
Nice post on productivity for developers and the Pomodoro Technique. Pomodoro Technique (The Secret Weapon) Source: Focus and Deep Work — Your Secret Weapons to Becoming a 10X Developer
What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes, at its basic level, is a system for running and coordinating containerized applications across a cluster of machines. It is a platform designed to completely manage the life cycle of containerized applications and services using methods that provide predictability, scalability, and high availability. As a Kubernetes user, you can define how… Continue reading An Introduction to Kubernetes | DigitalOcean
Nice overview of the pros and cons of building reusable component libs. Source: Should You Build a Reusable Component Library? – Noteworthy – The Journal Blog