Jeremy Elbourn shared the long-term vision for RxJs and Angular. Sololearn published a free Angular course. Bun, an alternative to Node.js, was released in version 1.
We had our monthly Q&A stream with Mark Thompson and Jeremy Elbourn from the Angular team. It was pretty special this time because we got a look behind the scenes. Jeremy was working and commenting on one of his current tasks where the compiler was part of it.
Obviously, it was just scratching the surface. Either way, you could get an impression of a typical development task of an Angular core member.
Questions have been answered as well. My highlight was, and here I quote Jeremy:
...this is something that is going to take years, of course. But long-term, we do want to move to a point where we're making RxJs optional for Angular...
That is something which hasn't been communicated in that clearness until now.
Watch the session here:
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Additionally, Nx, an alternative to the Angular CLI, has reached version 16.8. For more in-depth information, you can watch their release video.
Learn more about Nx 16.8
Astro has popularised the "island architecture," a unique hydration technique similar to Angular's upcoming deferred loading feature. Deferred loading refers to the hydration phase, which doesn't initiate automatically but via a trigger, such as when a specific element enters the viewport.
Read about Astro 3 here
Angular isn't yet compatible with Bun, but an open issue on GitHub discusses this potential integration.
Explore Bun's stable release and Angular compatibility here: