Understanding Angular Ivy: Incremental DOM and Virtual DOM. 3 ways to communicate between Angular components – Miro Koczka. This article is written for Angular 2+.
At the time of writing the latest version was Angular 4. Update (August 2018): Still valid for Angular 6 It’s written for beginners — if you are an advanced or intermediate Angular developer you probably already know all these techniques. Edit: Although, the title of this article is a bit misleading because we do not really want to communicate between components directly. Our components should be isolated and encapsulated. How to communicate between components? There is also the “redux way” which I could cover in another article in the future. Imagine the use case that you have the sidebar in your application.
This started with its design, which gives it great throughput. Then we improved load times with a streaming baseline compiler. With this, we compile code faster than it comes over the network. So what’s next? One of our big priorities is making it easy to combine JS and WebAssembly. That’s changing, as you can see. This means that in the latest version of Firefox Beta, calls between JS and WebAssembly are faster than non-inlined JS to JS function calls. So these calls are fast in Firefox now. But first, let’s look at how engines do these calls in the first place.
So, if your current page structure looks like this: Dynamic Bézier Curves - Josh W. Comeau's Blog. First off - woohoo!
This is my first published post on the new blog. I'm super excited. Thanks for checking it out! 🥂 While building this blog, I wanted it to feel whimsical, with plenty of charming interactions and animations. For example, did you notice that as you started scrolling on this page, the Bézier curves that border the green title hero thingy started flattening? In a delightful bit of serendipity, I realized while building the blog that this feature would make a great first blog post! The whole reason I started this blog was that I wanted a way to build dynamic, interactive articles that are more effective at sharing and teaching concepts.