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The architecture of module dependencies in Angular

Every good programmer should know this famous Robert C. Martin concept "Good architecture allows us to delay making serious decisions as long as possible". This quote should be taken into consideration every time an architectural decision is being made. It is especially important in today's frontend development where everything is rapidly changing.

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Luke2020-06-049 min read

An enterprise approach to the Smart and Dumb components pattern in Angular

The smart and dumb components pattern is a very commonly used practice. I like to call it pure and impure, I feel that it makes more sense when you take functional programming into consideration. There are also other names for this pattern: "Container and Presentational", "Advanced and Simple".

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Luke2020-05-0910 min read

A deep dive into Angular Inputs

At the beginning of the creation of the Angular framework, the angular team made a great choice by going with the component pattern. Based on what is going on in the JavaScript world this a direction all the big players are taking (Vue, React, Svelte). The component seems to perfectly fit the nature of HTML itself. This global movement caused components to be the focal point of the angular framework and that is why they are one of the most complex features of it. You can easily say they are the backbone of every application...

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Luke2020-05-0210 min read

Famous Angular forRoot pattern

Standard angular service is called singleton by default, but can you actually call it singleton? The angular dependency injection mechanism is one of the best parts of the framework...

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Luke2020-04-258 min read

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