Publish your Angular library

You want to have an application that can be run as a standalone and you can pack it as a library that can be published to NPM and then reused (installed) inside other applications? You can use Angular CLI to generate your application, and ng-packagr to pack it and publish it.

You can also use this tutorial just to see how you can pack and publish your application as a library.

WebCamp 2017

This year's WebCamp arrived at the same format as before, but with a twist – the opening day was set on Friday, a workday, so you needed to put some extra effort in attending it, which actually resulted in a crowd! The organisers have really made an effort so everything was top-notch, up to widely offered mandarins next to cornucopia of coffee and other beverages. However, there was some weird pervasive feeling of lazy Sunday during the next day (Saturday, yes!), most probably due to lower attendance and sunny October skies. That, of course, did not stop any talks from being held so those were two quite interesting days, with quite a spectrum of topics discussed. I’ve decided to reflect on some of the quality talks; there were many of them, but there’s only so much that can be covered.

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