The 2018 roadmap for Angular, Google’s mobile and web development framework, includes integration with the Bazel build tool.Bazel is an open source, multilanguage tool for building and testing software that supports multiple languages. Angular itself is now being built using the tool, and some early adopters have used it with Angular apps. Bazel’s tool chain enables development from many teams under a single build, for quicker integration, Google said. The tool also offers local and distributed caching and parallel execution.Other features planned for AngularAlso on Angular’s roadmap: The Ivy renderer, intended to make it easier to debug with Angular while also offering size and compilation benefits. The renderer is slated to be part of Angular 6, due in March. Component Dev Kit, offering tools for adding common interaction patterns. Developers can use the kit for tasks such as authoring a reusable component library or building domain-specific components. The kit is … [Read more...] about AngularJS roadmap: What’s next for Google’s web framework
0. phoneArena posted on 22 Nov 2016, 09:19 Back when Android 5 Lollipop was announced, Material Design became kind of a catchphraze. What it promised to do was to set a standard for how Android apps — both native and 3rd party — would look, behave, and feel, in order to provide a more streamlined experience for the end user. And sure, the ride was a bit bumpy. The guidelines, which Google had at the beginning have been broken by Google itself, then re-adjusted, and now seem pretty much clear. Developers have also gotten a hang of the concepts behind Material Desing and are building apps whose interfaces blend lovely with the rest of the software on our phones. This is a discussion for a news. To read the whole news, click here posted on 22 Nov 2016, 09:23 5 1. antmiu2 (Posts: 416; Member since: 19 Jun 2011) a and b are correct posted on 22 Nov 2016, 09:36 1 2. libra89 (Posts: 1256; Member since: 15 Apr 2016) This is pretty much my answer. I really like … [Read more...] about Comments for : Now that Material Design has been around for a while: do you like it?