You’ll Want an ES6-based FrameworkThe transition to ES6 introduces a challenge to all existing frameworks. When using ES6 becomes practical, frameworks that take advantage of its features such as classes and “native” modules would look a lot more attractive than those that do not. Angular 2.0 is AngularJS’s team response to that challenge. It is a… Continue reading How to Embrace Angular 2.0 Today with a Future-Friendly Angular 1.3 Application – The rangleBlog
Julie Ralph End to End Angular Testing with Protractor via Julie Ralph End to End Angular Testing with Protractor – YouTube. Missed the conference this year but this is important.
Interesting write up on integrating AngularJS into an existing production application. Something I am dealing with now as well but on the ColdFusion stack.
Basic introduction to building domain specific custom components with AngularJS.
The pitfalls of simplicity A few years ago, many Rails developers I knew were excited about Sinatra. Sinatra is far simpler than Rails. It allocates a fraction of the objects Rails does. I observed a pattern as those developers started to build out their applications. Some were used to Rails’ large toolbox of convenience functions… Continue reading AngularJS vs Ember – Evil Trout’s Blog