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How to deal with the TSLint error "A project without tags cannot depend on any libraries" in an Nx monorepo

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Have you ever faced the following lint error in your Nx monorepo: A project without tags cannot depend on any libraries while your project clearly has tags defined in nx.json? Then this article is just for you! In just a few minutes you will understand what…

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Review on Angular Architecture workshop by Strongbrew

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On September 7, 2019, I attended the Angular Architecture Workshop by Strongbrew in Laarne. The purpose of this review is to share how I experienced the workshop as an attendee. It summarizes my personal thoughts only and is by no means influenced by the inst…

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Review on Angular Security Workshop by Philippe De Ryck

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On November 24, 2018, I attended the Angular Security Workshop by Philippe De Ryck in Holiday Inn Ghent Expo. The purpose of this review is to share how I experienced the workshop as an attendee. It summarizes my personal thoughts only and is by no means infl…

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A 10-minute primer to Service Workers

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In this article, we have a look at what service workers are, why they are used in modern web development and how you can add them to your web applications. I just 10 minutes, you will learn: what service workers are which superpowers service workers provide y…

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How to update an existing project in your Nx workspace to use Jest as a test runner instead of Karma

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Nx v6.3 introduced the ability to use Jest as a unit test runner. When you generate a new library or application in your Nx workspace, Nx conveniently asks you whether you want to use Jest or Karma as a unit test runner. But what if you have an existing libra…

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How to use environment variables to configure your Angular application without a rebuild

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In February 2016, I published an article on how to configure your AngularJS 1.x application using environment variables. The article explains how we can extract all configuration details out of an AngularJS 1.x application so that we can: deploy our AngularJS…