The Angular Elements project is generating lots of hype in the community right now, and rightly so! Angular Elements provides a wealth of awesome features out of the box.
The purpose of this guide is to have a working Docker setup with Angular CLI while using Pug. However, the author of this article, had some problems while getting the three of them to work together.
If you're an average Angular developer that hasn't quite reached power-user light level, then this article is for you! If you've heard of a three syllable word (schematics) but haven't figured out what it does or how it works, then this article is also for you! We are going to cover the basics of what schematics are and what you can do with them.
This might sound pretty basic, but Phillip, the author of this article, has encountered these challenges over and over in customer projects and it’s still an ongoing discussion internally. A central project goal in a recent Angular project was to design features and UI components for reusability. To achieve this, we need to make sure our code is well isolated and has a simple and clear dependency model.