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Angular + Jamstack! (Free Webinar)

It’s easy to think that working with Jamstack means working with some specific set of technologies. That’s how it’s traditionally been packaged for us. Think LAMP stack, where Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP are explicit tools and languages. or MEAN or MERN or whatever. With Jamstack, the original JAM meant JavaScript, APIs, and Markup. That’s not specific technologies so much as a loose philosophy.

That’s cool, because it means we can bring our own set of favorite technologies, and then … Read article “Angular + Jamstack! (Free Webinar)”

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Create a Static Site Using Angular & Scully

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Advanced Tooling for Web Components

Over the course of the last four articles in this five-part series, we’ve taken a broad look at the technologies that make up the Web Components standards. First, we looked at how to create HTML templates that could be consumed at a later time. Second, we dove into creating our own custom element. After that, we encapsulated our element’s styles and selectors into the shadow DOM, so that our element is entirely self-contained.

We’ve explored how powerful these … Read article “Advanced Tooling for Web Components”

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Animations: the Angular Way

AngularJS is a major player in the JavaScript MVW framework world. ‘Thinking in Angular’ is something that can elude developers who come from jQuery or other DOM manipulation heavy libraries. There is an ‘Angular way’ to do things that is data-driven rather than using DOM traversal to drive view changes, and that can be hard to visualize when it comes to something like animations. Together, we will go through exactly how to animate with the tools provided by the Angular … Read article “Animations: the Angular Way”