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5 Important New Features of Angular 7

A few weeks ago, Angular 7 was released alongside a few partner project updates. Surprisingly, most of the new features for Angular 7 actually come from those partner projects, not the framework itself.

The Angular team is currently focused on performance improvements, security and bug fixes. The main ongoing effort for performance is the Ivy renderer, which was not fully ready for Angular 7. It is likely to be released later next year, probably with Angular 8.

Here are the five main new features of Angular 7. Be sure to download our Angular 7 Cheat Sheet as well! 

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10 Time-Saving Excel Tips

We’ve helped more than 10,000 business professionals save time in Microsoft Excel.

In our classes, we show tools and tricks that can shave hours off your workday. Continue Reading »

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MongoDB Training at Webucator

Webucator is offering MongoDB courses.

MongoDB is a popular cross-platform document-based database. It is a NoSQL database and therefore does not use a table structure. MongoDB is an open-source database that boasts fast and simple integration of data.

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How to Choose a JavaScript Framework

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Are you trying to choose a JavaScript Framework? The options for libraries and frameworks that are available for JavaScript developers can often seem daunting. Wikipedia currently lists over 100 “notable” JavaScript libraries, ranging from specialized libraries for testing or templating all the way up to complete client-server frameworks. Continue Reading »

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Spring 5 and JPA 2 Training

Webucator is offering a new course:

  1. Introduction to Spring 5 and JPA 2

Spring 5 is the latest version of Spring, and this course covers three main configuration styles: Java-based (@Configuration), annotation-based (@Component), and the traditional XML-based configuration that may still play an important role in existing and new projects. Students will gain an understanding of core principles, use the Spring Core module, understand types of metadata, and much more. This course is also available for Spring 4.