Be ambitious during tech interview, but don’t overdo it either
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by Tomasz Ducin
1M ago
Be ambitious during tech interview ?, but don’t overdo it either ? This is an article of a series of short articles on how to ace Frontend tech interviews Stay up to date here: Frontend interviews Employers seek candidates who exhibit ambition during tech interviews because it signals a proactive approach to innovation, a readiness to overcome challenges, and a commitment to driving both personal and organizational growth. Ambition demonstrates a candidate’s potential to contribute actively to the company’s success by embracing new opportunities and striving for excellence. Demonstrating ambit ..read more
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The million dollar interview question
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by Brecht Billiet
1M ago
“Tell me one negative aspect about yourself” ?”I’m too perfectionist” Do NOT Say This in an Interview! This is an article of a series of short articles on how to ace Frontend tech interviews Stay up to date here: Frontend interviews Navigating the treacherous waters of job interviews can be daunting, especially when the inevitable question pops up: “Tell me one negative aspect about yourself.” It’s a moment that can make or break your interview, and there’s one response that many think is a safe harbor, but in reality, it’s anything but. Responding with “I’m too perfectionist” might seem like ..read more
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The research you need to do before your Frontend Tech Interview
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2M ago
Why Researching a Company Before Your Tech Interview is a Vital Step Towards Success ? This is an article of a series of short articles on how to ace Frontend tech interviews Stay up to date here: Frontend interviews In the fast-paced world of technology, preparing for an interview goes beyond rehearsing answers to common questions. It requires a deep dive into the essence of the company you’re aspiring to join. This isn’t merely about demonstrating your technical prowess; it’s about showing a genuine connection and commitment to the place where you want to make your mark. The Power of Prepara ..read more
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Making Angular template-driven forms type-safe
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4M ago
Template-driven forms usually come with a huge productivity boost. In this video I explain how we can use signals to create unidirectional template-driven forms in Angular. We end up with: No boilerplate code at all Predictable code A solution where Angular does all the work for us Everything is explained in depth in this article. There is a caveat though We ensure type-safety in the class of our component. We also ensure type-safety in the template in the [ngModel] directive. However, where we can’t enforce type-safety is in the name and ngModelGroup attributes. Take this example for instan ..read more
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Lessons learned: building a career in frontend
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5M ago
I usually write about technology in depth, best practices, ways to avoid boilerplate and implementations of code. This article is less about the tech part. It’s more about lessons I learned throughout my career, which I think that can help you as well. After all, I started out as a screw up in school, worked my way up to doing dozens of brainless jobs at factories. These jobs are probably replaced by computers or machines by now. After that I started a career as a butcher and then finally decided to back to school. After studying IT at school I ended up in a dead-end job where I was doing Java ..read more
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Using tailwind in Angular with nx
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6M ago
Intro I love software development, I love building applications, components, more complex stuff, etc… I started out as a web developer at the age of 16, turned into a software architect later on my road. I’ve been writing CSS since the beginning, but that doesn’t necessarily mean I still love doing it: I rather focus on the software part. When I do consultancy for big clients, the design is mostly thought out by a separate team, and we just have to rebuild the components pixel perfect. My CSS skills are good enough to convert a figma design, but for my own projects I don’t have time and I want ..read more
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Asynchronous Form Validators in Angular with Vest
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6M ago
Intro In this article, we are going to tackle Asynchronous Validations in Angular with Vest.js. Not a fan of the written word? Check out the YouTube video here! Previously we learned that we can use vest.js to write validation suites. The advantage of a validation suite is: It’s framework agnostic It’s reusable It’s conditional It’s composable It’s testable Validations become a breeze when using vest.js! With very limited code we can write beautiful suites that can be reused everywhere in the frontend but also in the backend. After that, I explained that we use directives to connect angular ..read more
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Optimise conditional validators for Angular Forms
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6M ago
Intro In this video, I explained how to write Angular validations with Vest.js suites. We have dived into regular validations but also conditional validations. This example shows that the confirmPassword field is only required when the password field has a value. and that both passwords should match but only when they are both filled in. omitWhen(!model.passwords?.password, () => { test('passwords.confirmPassword', 'Confirm password is required', () => { enforce(model.passwords?.confirmPassword).isNotBlank(); }) }); omitWhen(!model.passwords?.password || !model.password ..read more
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I open-sourced my Angular Template-driven Forms Solution
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7M ago
Intro If you follow my content, you probably know that I invested a lot of time and energy in Angular Forms (specifically Template-driven Forms). I created an Advanced Template-driven Forms Course That uses an opinionated solution that focuses on: Boilerplate less code Type-safety Reactivity Declarative code Opinionated model validations Automatic validation messages translation form Vest to Angular I care more about making a difference than sales, so I went ahead and open-sourced the entire solution. 2 versions template-driven-forms repo There is the template-driven-forms repo that you can ..read more
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Angular Template-driven Forms with Signals
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7M ago
In this article we will learn the most basic example of a semi-complex unidirectional form with Angular Signals. Not a reader? I created 2 YouTube video’s for you explaining everything!! Livecode: Angular Unidirectional Template-driven Forms with signals Livecode: Angular Template-driven Forms with ViewModels Creating a unidirectional Template-driven form with Angular Unidirectional dataflow is important for predictability, so we will not use the banana-in-the-box syntax [()], but we will use [ngModel] without the parenthesis. We will create a form element with 2 fields: firstName lastName ..read more
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