Welcome to part 2 of our ongoing series on what’s new in Angular 6. Today, we will focus on the changes to the Command Line Interface, or CLI.
Angular 6 is more stable and organizes its infrastructure much better. The CLI, Angular Material, and a host of features have been improved, and most developers will want to take advantage of these enhancements.
We will conclude this series by exploring the best practices for React component trees and managing application state with MobX.
These best practices will focus on working with data with the React Components props, and we will take a deep dive into props and state.
MobX is yet another entry into the state management space for user interface (UI) applications. Its biggest competitor is Redux (especially in the React space).
Why do some developers avoid two-way data binding, while others love it? How does two-way data binding factor into the component-driven development revolution?
With the user interface understood, the next major topic of component-driven development is the sharing of data between components.
While the dream of Web Components as an implemented standard has not yet been realized, many attempts have been made to bring the concepts behind the standard to developers now through various coding patterns and technical wizardry.
Managing and organizing CSS has always been an issue. The fact is, no one expected that stylesheets would get as big as they are now (I’ve seen stylesheets that are 50,000 lines long!), and no one expected that so much CSS would continue to be written by hand.
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