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[Angular] Native iOS and Android App - Capacitor

In this blog post we will go through the initial process of how to convert an existing angular project into a cross-platform project. Our focus is on iOS and Android. In addition to this, I show you how to speed up developing and especially testing the app. Setup * Code Editor

[Angular] Native iOS and Android App - Capacitor
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[Angular | nx.dev] Adding NGRX - State Management

Recently I uploaded a post about creating a single project workspace structure using nx.dev and angular. Now it's time to add ngrx [ngrx.io] to our newly created project. I will continue with the project structure from the previous post. [Angular | nx.dev] Single Project Workspace StructureThe concept of

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[nx.dev | Angular] Libraries as Git Submodule - DRY Principle

Recently I published a post about my single project workspace structure using nx.dev. I mention that we are able to stick to the DRY principle even if we don't use nx.dev as a mono repo! [Angular | nx.dev] Single Project Workspace StructureThe concept of a monorepo is great

[nx.dev | Angular] Libraries as Git Submodule - DRY Principle
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[Angular | nx.dev] Single Project Workspace Structure

The concept of a monorepo is great but not always doable because of all sorts of circumstances. For me the critical point always is git - I want each project to have its own repository! But this doesn't mean you can't use a monorepo framework for a single project. We

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[Angular] Hosting with IONOS

In the previous post [https://georghoeller.dev/asp-net-hosting-with-ionos/] from this series we learned how to host an ASP.NET Application with IONOS. At the moment I'm working mainly as an Angular developer. So in this post, we will learn how to host an Angular App with IONOS. Requirements * a buildable

[Angular] Hosting with IONOS
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[ASP.NET Core] Hosting with IONOS

This post will guide you from zero to a public accessible ASP.NET Page with IONOS Windows Hosting. Hosting Head over to and choose the plan which fits the best for you: ionos.com/hosting/windows-hosting [https://www.ionos.com/hosting/windows-hosting] I will continue with the smallest one because

[ASP.NET Core] Hosting with IONOS