Millau Viaduct, France — Image by Lily via ThingLink


Web apps are getting more complex each day, not only getting bigger but with users having the need to use multiple instances of the same application on different tabs in some cases. Building this type of applications is not an easy task due to lack of libraries and documentation out there. Given some libraries are deprecated or don’t have many features implemented leaves you, the developer, to deal with pretty much everything; you can opt to live with these limitations of a third party library or build your own solution which could probably cost you more time and money.


U.S. Navy/PH3 Alta I. Cutler —

Platforms are getting bigger and bigger every year, as well as their complexity. Claiming, in our current times, that one can master both front and back end is really bold. It’s so hard to keep up solely with the front-end that not even Eric Elliot is keeping up. Keeping up with the advances in one technology is hard enough, and almost impossible to keep up with two of them, specially if one of them is Javascript. …

Attaching a component dynamically to the DOM with Angular can be tricky if you don’t read extensively the documentation. I’ll try to keep this tutorial pretty straightforward and include some notes that both the official and unofficial documentation lack of mentioning, or at the very least they aren’t that clear about it.

First of all I’d like to mention that I’m not an Angular expert and what I’m about to describe might not be the only way to create dynamic components, but it was the one I found was the easiest and suitable for the development in which I needed…

Dave Rivera

Software Engineer. Work as Front-End developer.

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