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.
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.
- Directives just for small DOM things.
- John Papa styleguide is a good ruleset to follow.
Having a website on internet is a very powerful tool, you can create a tech blog, like mine, a site with your curriculum vitae, a portfolio, whatever you want. Being on internet increases your visibility and let other people know who you are, what do you do, or other information you consider important. But if you dedicate yourself to technology, computers, development and so on, you must have your space on internet. No excuses.