In his lecture at enterJS 2023, Michael Hladky shows Angular applications in a new look, up to date. Shortly before the time of the lecture, the web framework had received a major update with the release of Angular 16.
The latest versions of Angular are intended to be just the culmination of a revolution in the framework’s capabilities, with a renewed Inject function and standalone components paving the way. The roadmap talks about non-destructive hydration, a new build system and more.
There is one point on the roadmap that is most likely the biggest change to the framework ever made: “Making zone.js optional”.
In his talk, Michael Hladky uses Signals’ early proof of concepts (PoC) as well as the existing standalone APIs to show what future Angular applications could look like in practice.
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is a Google Developer Expert (GDE), Microsoft MVP, trainer and consultant with a focus on Angular and RxJS. He helps companies and developers build scalable architectures and high-performance processes so that teams can keep up with state-of-the-art development. As a vibrant member of the tech community, he organizes several community events and workshops every year.
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