Angular and Wiz Are Better Together

You may know Angular as the web framework from Google, but Google actually has another web framework: Wiz. Both Angular and Wiz are used by thousands of engineers and thousands of apps inside of Google. Wiz is an internal framework that is used by some of the most popular Google products such as SearchPhotosPayments and many others. Over the last year we’ve been exploring ways for Angular to benefit from the performance of Wiz and Wiz to benefit from the developer experience of Angular.

Welcome to Pathways – Your first step toward developing for Apple platforms

Welcome to Pathways Your first step toward developing for Apple platforms. Pathways are simple and easy-to-navigate collections of the videos, documentation, and resources you’ll need to start building great apps and games. They’re the perfect place to begin your Apple developer journey — all you need is a Mac and an idea.
developer.apple.com/pathways/

.NET Managing Dependencies in Your Codebase: Top Tools and Best Practices

As software projects get more complex, managing dependencies becomes an increasingly critical task for developers. Dependencies, the external packages or libraries that your project relies on, can significantly impact your application’s security, maintainability and compatibility. This is particularly true in the .NET ecosystem, where projects often rely on a vast array of NuGet packages.
vslive.com/Blogs/News-and-Tips/2024/03/Managing-Dependencies.aspx?oly_enc_id=5912A0582689D0Y

CSS Selectors: A Visual Guide & Reference | fffuel

CSS Selectors: A Visual Guide ✨ Here’s a visual guide to the most popular CSS selectors. CSS selectors are patterns used in CSS to select and style HTML elements on a page, allowing us to dictate how styles apply to specific HTML elements. Along with traditional CSS selectors, we also have pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements. Great resource even for seasoned css selector wizards!
fffuel.co/css-selectors/

Zod – Typescript based validation library

Zod is a TypeScript-first schema declaration and validation library. I’m using the term “schema” to broadly refer to any data type, from a simple stringto a complex nested object.
Zod is designed to be as developer-friendly as possible. The goal is to eliminate duplicative type declarations. With Zod, you declare a validator once and Zod will automatically infer the static TypeScript type. It’s easy to compose simpler types into complex data structures.
zod.dev/?id=basic-usage