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Angular, Gatsby, Astro? Pretty hot, huh?

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Just as we do every month, we’ve pulled together a selection of articles from the world of web tech that we at HOTOVO think are worth sharing…

Discover what’s new in Angular version 14, get some valuable insight into the Angular Roadmap, find out if you should replace Gatsby, learn how to build polymorphic components in React, and more.

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Angular version 14 has been released

The Angular team is still working hard on developing new features and improving the framework. Version 14 introduces the long-requested Strictly Typed Reactive Forms, which was their #1 issue in the GitHub repository. Another cool feature is standalone components that will reduce the need for NgModules. To find out more about these new features, and other updates in v14, check out this article.

What will be the next changes to Angular?

If you’re interested in knowing what other new features the Angular team is working on, check the Roadmap published in their GitHub repository. It provides complete transparency on what to expect from the subsequent releases and what the team is working on.

How to build polymorphic components with React

Polymorphic components define which element will be used to render the component into the DOM with a specific property. Unfortunately, things can get complicated when you define available properties with Typescript. This blog post provides a comprehensive guide on how to avoid the pitfalls of building polymorphic components.

Building a blazing fast website

This five-article series describes what is necessary in order to build a fast website, even on low-end mobile devices. The author not only describes the possible solution, but also explains why many popular recommendations are not in fact ideal, and how to achieve better performance.

Why it’s worth replacing Gatsby with Astro

Gatsby is a popular React-based static site generator, whereas Astro is the new kid on the block. The author of this blog describes why he decided to switch from the Gatsby framework to Astro – which includes reasons such as better SEO, faster rendering performance, and flexibility to choose different frameworks. Read the article to learn more.

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