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npm found vulnerabilities – what does it mean?

npm found vulnerabilities – what does it mean?

If you have upgraded to npm version 6 you have probably started seeing messages like this: "found 13 vulnerabilities (9 low, 4 high)" when installing packages. What are these vulnerabilities ...

providedIn: The Angular 6 attribute you must start using

providedIn: The Angular 6 attribute you must start using

There's a new attribute in Angular 6 and you need to start using it. Step forward the providedIn attribute... a new way to declare a tree-shakable provider.

When will Ivy be ready?

When will Ivy be ready?

When will Ivy be ready? Oussama Ben Brahim (@benbraou on Twitter) has written a little Angular app to track the development of Ivy.

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 5

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 5

angular.json: the architect property

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 4

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 4

angular.json. projects, root, sourceRoot, projectType, prefix, schematics

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 3

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 3

Angular Workspace file: schematics and cli. schematics, packageManager, defaultCollection, warnings.

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 2

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 2

The new angular.json file, aka the Angular Workspace file, looks a little different from the old angular-cli.json file. $schema newProjectRoot defaultProject

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 1

angular.json: The Angular Workspace – part 1

The Angular Workspace (angular.json) is an attempt by the Angular team to consolidate and streamline configuration. It replaces the angular-cli.json file.

Angular Contributor Day 2018 Review

Angular Contributor Day 2018 Review

Yesterday was Angular Contributor Day 2018. It was a huge success with contributors from all over the world coming together online.

Angular Material Virtual Scroll

Angular Material Virtual Scroll

Angular Material 6.2.0 is out. It is worth a mention for the codename alone: bamboo-shampoo! 6.2.0 is mainly a bugfix release with one marquee feature: Angular ...

How To Generate Your Own Angular Logo

How To Generate Your Own Angular Logo

Something fun today. An Isreal developer called David Weitzman has created an online Angular logo generator. The site lets you pick three colours and generates a unique ...

Awesome Angular Components and Angular Material

Awesome Angular Components and Angular Material

How many date-pickers does the world need? How many times have you seen the same problem solved over and over again? But how do you know ...