Netanel Basal

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I'm a Frontend Tech Lead at Lumigo, blogger, open source maintainer, creator of Akita and Spectator, Husband, and Father.

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Case Study: How to Use an Angular Structural Directive to Stay DRY

In our application, we work a lot with grids. We have a unique design for situations where specific cells are considered ״empty״. The…

Improved Responsiveness for Improved Performance in Angular Apps

When working with responsive applications, it’s often the case that we need to toggle the visibility of some elements in our page, based…

🚀 Introducing Angular Hot Toast — The Best Angular Toast in Town

A few weeks ago, I came across a neat React library — react-hot-toast. At that moment, I told myself I had to mimic it for the Angular…

Binding CSS Variables in Angular

I recently tweeted about the ability to bind variables in Angular and found out that many people don’t know that we can do it. This…

Create a Typed Version of SimpleChanges in Angular

Angular calls the ngOnChanges method of a component or directive whenever it detects changes to the input properties. The method receives…

The Hidden Power of InjectionToken Factory Functions in Angular

In this article, I want to talk about a feature which Angular provides, that isn’t particularly well known or used by many developers…

Autofocus That Works Anytime in Angular Apps

I see a lot of developers struggling with the following scenario; they want a focusable element, such as input, to receive focus once it’s…

Environment-Based Index HTML with Angular CLI

It’s often the case where we need to alter our application’s index.html file, based on the environment. The most common example is adding…

Environment Based Dead Code Elimination in Angular

There are times when we may want to run a piece of code only in either development or production mode. It can be something small, like…

3 Style Management Tips That Will Save You a Headache in Your Angular App CSS

Let’s face it — when we work on the front end, writing CSS is not the thing that excites us the most. We like to mess with the more…

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