angular

Automatically generate your own React components with plop.js

Do you often find yourself copying and pasting old components as templates for new components? I know I do. Having worked with Angular before,...
Austin Malerba
7 min read

Making the business case for React in 2019

React is the world’s most popular JavaScript framework. Of course, the only way to gauge actual usage of an open source JavaScript project is...
Oliver Williams
2 min read

The question of “why?” in single-page application frameworks

The phrase “single-page application” has come, over the years, to mean both a particular type of website and a web development paradigm. A website...
Jason Hoffman
6 min read

History of front-end frameworks

A history of front-end frameworks including Semantic UI and others.
Michael Wanyoike
7 min read

Simplified Angular unit testing

Learn how to set up an Angular test to evaluate user behavior in your app.
Mesh Seun
8 min read

A quick guide to Angular scopes

Angular applications normally rely on controllers to control the flow of data in an application. This data is then passed into a view to...
Claudio Ribeiro
3 min read

Frontend in 2018: More consensus, less complexity

2017 was quite a year in frontend web development. Frameworks like React and Angular have continued to enjoy large-scale support among the community, but...
Kaelan Cooter
9 min read

Frontend in 2017: The important parts

A lot has happened in 2017, and it can be a bit overwhelming to think about. We all like to joke about how quickly...
Kaelan Cooter
13 min read

Announcing LogRocket for Angular

Today we’re excited to announce official support for Angular and ngrx in LogRocket. Using the new logrocket-ngrx npm package, developers can log actoins/state in...
Ben Edelstein
1 min read