This is the story of Micro Frontends, a Microservice approach to the Modern Web, the story that will change the way you look and develop your apps!
The web is changing every day and it’s so hard to follow and implement all the new and fancy stuff that is being built. Cool new frameworks, libraries, methodologies and new approaches to solving problems. Usually is not that easy to deprecate some old technology and migrate to the new one. There are not many developers that still want to work with Angular 1 or Backbone and moving to something new is becoming necessary. If this sounds familiar to you, then this talk is for you! There is an innovative way to migrate from the old technology, to change the applications step by step and to implement all new things that the cool kids are using. This is the story of Micro Frontends, a microservice approach to the modern web, the story that will change the way you look and develop your apps!
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Angular vs React in 2020 will help differentiate between Angular and React and will help you choose the one that suits you the best. Below are the topics covered in this Angular vs React video: Introduction; License; DOM; Data Binding; Features; Speed and Productivity; Deployment; Learning Curve; Market Trend; Community Support
How Angular and React differ in rendering an Array. A comparison of methods rendering an Array. We often need to render an array in the UI. Angular does this by using *ngFor — an HTML construct. React does this by using map() — a JS method. That's about it for rendering arrays in Angular and React.
Install Angular in easy step by step process. Firstly Install Node.js & npm, then Install Angular CLI, Create workspace and Deploy your App.