Hey, it’s a Rick from code with intent coming at you with blog post today,
This is gonna get pretty good because we will be talking about the release of angular 5 yes you did hear that correctly the release of freaking angular 5 [Music] I can’t believe it’s been another year last few around this time I just got.
Back from a conference and I was talking about the release of angular 2 everybody was losing their mind because they knew 2 was released now look at this 2017 angular 5 has been on beta 6 up to this point it be released here pretty soon that I have an official date but it’s going to be released and you know some of the things that I talked about when angular 2 was released some of those things still apply and if.
You’re wondering what I was actually talking about for angular 2 is I want you to go here on this channel and there’s going to be a video on top of things go check that video out because I go ahead and talk about some of the things that I’ve talked about video switches the death of projects and you know how to dissipate change how to deal with change and then how to face out all old libraries such as the.
Other one anger – anger 380, therefore, I don’t think it was any other three angular 4 and then now we’re going off to angular 5 and pretty soon we’re gonna be off to angular 6 and angular 7 and by the way if you don’t know what I’m talking about and you don’t know why angular has been changing versions so much there is.
Actually, another video here you can go ahead and check out on my channel called semantic versioning where I go ahead and talk about extensively how semantic versioning works with a node because of the node.
Went through the same process – when they went from like 0.8 to like node 7 node 6 all these different changes so if you want to know how semantic versioning works have a video.
Here on this channel in go and check out 100% free if you want to know more details about the expansion of using different semantic versioning x’ there’s another video too that I created on JC.
Academy.com which you can actually go ahead and see which I spent on semantic versioning and I can use that on your own software projects and again you just head over to Jesus Academy and.
Check it out there but yeah angular breaking 5 is here I’m excited I’m actually gonna be using it for one of my clients and we’re actually gonna be creating a pretty extensive project that’s gonna involve you know multiple things and we’re really amusing in either by that essentially an enterprise application you know well above 60,000 lines of code and obviously a server-side and client-side not just fine site fine I was doing far last but something to that scale where it’s gonna include multiple developers did include multiple testing multiple use cases multiple things and that is the.
You know that is the use case where angular really does shine it isn’t you know oh I’m gonna go ahead and create the small little thing which is where most people try to fit and you know put angular in and it’s not that’s not where it actually shines it shines when it has you know multiple people that are there to.
Take advantage of some of the features that are actually you know designed for regular not just using in the wrong place so you want to know what I’m talking about the wrong place I.
Create another video here you can check out spas and when to use spas have a video here on the chatting can go ahead and check out I think I called it how angular.
Bit me in the butt you can go ahead and check that video out but that’s gonna go in and cut a cue for this video if you’re excited about angular 5 I want you to drop me a comment below and tell me, yes I am excited that’s it yes I am excited drop me a comment below tell me you’re excited about.
Angular 5 with the comments yes I am excited and I’ll see you next time.
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