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Why Angular is a good choice for Enterprises?

Angular is a great choice for enterprises. I’ve seen it first hand. It’s possible to build large complex websites, with a small team, in a ...

Solved: error TS2428: All declarations of ‘WeakMap’ must have identical type parameters.

I was upgrading an angularJS application today and kept hitting the error: All declarations of ‘WeakMap’ must have identical type parameters.

Angular 6.0.0 Beta 4 Released

Angular 6.0.0 is right around the corner and the latest beta is now available to anyone who wants to kick the tyres.

It’s time to migrate as Google announces the last version of AngularJS

The Angular team have confirmed that 1.7 will be the last major version of AngularJS. It will ship July 2018 and be backed by a 3 year ...

Google announces AngularJS 1.7

The Angular team have confirmed that 1.7 will be the last major version of AngularJS. It will ship in July 2018 and be backed by ...

How to check whether your PC is affected by Spectre or Meltdown

By now you’ve probably heard about the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities. It’s been all over the news. But do you know and how to ...

Angular 5.2 is out and it supports Typescript 2.6

Today the Angular team announced Angular 5.2.0. This minor release is a drop-in replacement for 5.1.

Apple brings PWA’s to Safari

Apple brings PWAs to Safari

Angular 5.1 and Angular CLI 1.6 ready for primetime

Hot on the heels of Angular 5.0 we have Angular 5.1.0. This is a minor release containing several smaller features and bugfixes.

Angular Connect 2017

So that’s a wrap. Angular Connect is over for another year.

Angular Connect 2017, Day 2

It’s day 2 of Angular Connect 2017. I’ll be attending the following sessions.

Angular Connect 2017, Day 1

I’m at the annual Angular Connect conference in London today. I’m looking forward to some great talks. Here’s my schedule. • 09:40 to 10:40 Keynote ...