Topic: angular

Diagram of Ionic's Capacitor project

Ionic’s Capacitor can now be added to Angular projects

Ionic has announced that its open source Capacitor project now has Angular Schematics. This means that it can be added to Angular projects. Capacitor is a bridge for cross-platform web apps. According to Ionic, “Capacitor provides a consistent, web-focused set of APIs that enable an app to stay as close to web-standards as possible, while … continue reading

Angular 9 will make Ivy available for all apps

At AngularConnect 2019, the Angular team shared some insight on innovations within Angular and the Angular community.  During a keynote, the Angular team revealed its plans for the upcoming release of Angular, version 9. According to the team, a key goal of Angular 9 is to make the Ivy compiler available for all apps. The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rustup 1.20, the .NET Framework API porting project, and Angular and NativeScript’s first online hackathon

The developers of Rust announced the release of rustup 1.20.0, which is the recommended tool to install Rust. This latest version includes the ability to get the latest available nightly with all the components you need, and improvements to the ‘rustup doc’ command. To fix the problem of slow down installation in previous versions, rustup … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Bazel 1.0, Automation Anywhere’s RPA as a Service, and new Udacity scholarships

The open-source project for building and testing software quickly and reliably has reached a milestone 1.0 release. Bazel 1.0 features new genrule support, default exec_properties for all rules, gRPC connections with default TLS enabled, aapt2, fixed Windows path issues, and C++ and Java improvements.  Bazel is also available in Angular as an opt-in preview in … continue reading

New Angular tools and practices for improving app performance

The Angular team is detailing new tools and practices developers can take in order to decrease their initial load times and speed up page navigation. The team goes over code splitting, preloading strategies, performance budgets and efficient serving to help developers gain and retain their users.  When it comes to initial load time, the team … continue reading

Angular previews next-generation compilation and rendering pipeline Ivy

Now that Angular 8 has been released, developers can opt-in and try the preview version of Ivy. The goal of Ivy is to make Angular smaller, easier to debug and faster to compile. The team has been working on Ivy for more than a year now. RELATED CONTENT: Angular 8 released with builder APIs and … continue reading

Angular 8 released with builder APIs and web worker support

The Angular team has announced a major release of its mobile and desktop framework. Angular 8 spans the entire platform and includes updates to Angular Material, the CLI, improved application startup time, and more web standards. One significant feature is the addition of differential loading by default. According to Angular developer advocate Stephen Fluin, differential … continue reading

SD Times news digest: V8’s new JIT-less mode, Sencha’s ExtAngular library, and Wipro’s AI solutions on AWS

Google’s open-source JavaScript engine V8 will support JavaScript execution without having to allocate executable memory at runtime. According to Google, V8’s default configuration relies on the ability to allocate and modify executable memory at runtime. Google is adding this new capability because some use cases necessitate running V8 without executable memory. The new capability is … continue reading

Report: React is gaining in popularity, but Angular remains in the lead

JavaScript remains one of the most popular and most-used programming languages today, with a wide variety of frameworks out there to help developers build solutions with the language. Presently, the two most popular JavaScript frameworks are Facebook’s open-source React and Google’s open-source Angular. Angular has been viewed as the number one front-end web development framework … continue reading

Angular lays out plan for 8.0 release featuring Ivy preview

Google’s Angular Team is setting a soft May 2019 release date for the generally-available version 8.0 release of its web app framework. Angular 8.0 is expected to include the first opt-in technical preview of the new rendering engine, Ivy, originally announced in February last year. The opt-in preview will give developers the option to switch … continue reading

Report: Developers want clear role requirements

Employers that want to keep their developers happy should make sure they’re clear about the details and requirements of a position. HackerRank released its 2019 Developer Skills Report, which found 68 percent of developers say nothing irks them more than being unsure of what is expected of them. “Hiring and retaining skilled developers is critical … continue reading

Report: Competition heats up between Angular, React and Vue

Angular is one of the most popular frameworks for JavaScript development today, but competition among other frameworks is coming to fruition. A recently released report revealed interest in React and Vue is growing. The team behind the open-source hybrid mobile app development SDK Ionic released its second annual developer survey based on more than 10,000 … continue reading

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