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Angular will introduce a new block-scoped variable declaration in the upcoming v18.1. This new feature will allow you to declare variables using the `let` block inside the template. Let's see how it works and how you can use it in your Angular applications.

Template local variables with @let in Angular

Angular will introduce a new block-scoped variable declaration in the upcoming v18.1. This new feature will allow you to declare variables using the `let` block inside the template. Let's see how it works and how you can use it in your Angular applications.

The migration wave to signals is real, state management libraries have started to add support to support both observables and signals. Angular has had observables since the beginning and the devs are…

A sweet spot between signals and observables 🍬

The migration wave to signals is real, state management libraries have started to add support to support both observables and signals. Angular has had observables since the beginning and the devs are…

When working with Angular interceptors, there are times we want to configure them based on the context of the application. So, if we want to export the interceptor as a library, we want to be able to…

Create configurable Angular interceptors ⚙️

When working with Angular interceptors, there are times we want to configure them based on the context of the application. So, if we want to export the interceptor as a library, we want to be able to…

Angular v16 has been released with a new set of APIs for Angular Universal. This guide will help you migrate your existing Angular Universal application to use the new APIs. Angular provides a set of…

Migrate Angular Universal to use Standalone APIs

Angular v16 has been released with a new set of APIs for Angular Universal. This guide will help you migrate your existing Angular Universal application to use the new APIs. Angular provides a set of…

We’re used to lazy loading modules or components in Angular. But what about lazy loading services? Wait, what? Yes, we can. In this article, we will learn how to lazy load a service in Angular and it’s gotchas.

Lazy loading services in Angular. What?! Yes, we can.

We’re used to lazy loading modules or components in Angular. But what about lazy loading services? Wait, what? Yes, we can. In this article, we will learn how to lazy load a service in Angular and it’s gotchas.

Everyone wants to write code in a fast bug-free way without thinking about its style most of the time. That’s why in this post I will talk about configuring ESLint and Prettier in an Angular project…

Configure Prettier and ESLint with Angular 🎨

Everyone wants to write code in a fast bug-free way without thinking about its style most of the time. That’s why in this post I will talk about configuring ESLint and Prettier in an Angular project…