The new dependency injection system in Angular 2 comes with a feature called “Multi Providers” that basically enable us, the consumer of the platform, to hook into certain operations and plug in custom functionality we might need in our application use case. In this article we’re going to discuss what they look like, how they work and how Angular itself takes advantage of them to keep the platform flexible and extendible.
As the year draws to a close, the Angular team is closer than ever to releasing a stable version of Angular 2.0. This will reshape the way Angular applications are developed, but for the better. Throughout this article, the author, Thomas Greco is going to show you some of the core concepts in Angular 2.0, and how they can be used.
One really cool thing about Angular 2.0 is that the framework is decoupled from the DOM via a higher level API. In this blog post, author Torgeir Helgevold will show how to take advantage of this by running his application using multiple web workers.
You want to start playing with Angular 2, but don’t know where to begin? All those different build tools and libraries. Is it the same as Angular 1? Has the build system changed? Don’t worry about all that. Dave Ceddia gives you a quick tutorial on how to set it all up.
Angular and minification (or “minifying” or “uglifying”) might seem like they don’t play well at first. First impressions are usually quite negative. In this article, Avi Ben-Yosef expains how understanding how minification was meant to work with Angular you can set it up very quickly.