The other day I received a lot of alerts from the service I use to monitor the uptime of my blogs, all of them were down without an apparent reason. My blogs are hosted in a virtual private server configured with just a basics configuration, a LAMP server running in Ubuntu, no Webmin, no PhpMyAdmin, just the basic stack. Basics are the best, but that’s a topic for another post.
No worries, I have a solution for these kind of situations…
Last month I was at my aunt’s and I found a vintage radio. I switched it on to check if it stills worked but it didn’t. Radio receiver wasn’t working fine and music had interferences, but I still wanted to do something useful with this radio because I liked its outside design. That’s why I decided to convert it into a Bluetooth speaker.
I’ve been working these days using Angular2 for the first time and this is what I have to say.
It hasn’t been easy to get used to Angular2 and I still don’t really know how some things are working. My rule of thumb: If it works, don’t touch it.Adrián Gómez
Before starting with this text, I have to say this opinion is totally personal and based in my own experience. Talking about my experience: I’ve been working with Angular 1 for more than three years. I started with Angular 1.2.3 and I’m currently using version 1.5.8 with these rules:
I use a Component based architecture and Components only deal with “scope”.
I only use Factory for services and they usually have all the business logic.