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Why night mode so difficult to read. That text contrast = mind blown. ๐Ÿคฏ

I struggle with deep work. I think many of us do. There are so many buzz-buzz happening. Today, I tried to fight back, and work went well! I'm going to try and cultivate this "focus" more.

(This is a note from yesterday, apparently the webmention never came through)

Who is writing this documentation? We need a "simple" subdomain for the RxJS website, like Wikipedia has one for a lot of its articles.

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Hmm, so this Tour of Heroes example app that the docs walk you through is storing it at the module directory level, with the naming convention <feature>.ts.

Is this the recommended way?

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Where do I store interfaces and enumerators such as ones in the picture? They are specific to a component, or more broadly, a module.

Ahh, so you've got to use the component property while loading the children in the Route config. That component becomes the root/layout component, where you then exercise router-outlet!

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Decided to finally give in and make a todo list app in .

Struggling with the concept of "layouts" at the moment. Maybe I'm approaching this all wrong!

You've probably heard of 10x engineer. If you've been interneting a while, you may know it became a meme. Well, Tierney Cyren set up a somewhat satirical page called : I think that's pretty neat.:

...and this section gives a bit more perspective. Looks like providers might be an advanced topic...?

But at least, it seems, you can see it's just one of three ways to provide a service. But in some situations, a service can be "provided" using *something else* other than Angular's service class... and I don't know when you'd do that, and how.

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But there's also this section:

which clearly goes: "By configuring providers, you can make services available to the parts of your application that need them."

And now I'm more confused -- this goes over my head. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

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I'm guessing this changed at some point, and either

1. those tutorials are outdated, or,
2. the people writing it for Angular 11 did not keep up?

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Hmm, it seems you *don't* need to update a module to tell Angular that that module will use a particular service.

The @Injectable() decorator with its providedIn flag does this.

...which isn't obvious, and is the wisdom being imparted in every tutorial I have read so far. Even one written specifically for 11!

Am I missing something?

The official tutorial goes:

providers: [
// no need to place any providers due to the `providedIn` flag...

So that's the final word then?

I'm fatigued. I want to invest myself into a "boring" tech that's got at least another 3-5 years of a decent amount of usage in the industry... enough time for me to master it slowly and still get a pay-off.

What do I opt into - does Ruby on Rails sounds like a good idea?

@uoya @viv I stumbled on this today:

While not an authoritative source for sure, I think "DooD" makes sense and is *probably* the correct term.

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Can using an alternative frontend for Spotify get my account locked?

This seems really cool that someone's working on it.

Do you ever reach for data list tags in ? What are some common use cases you have found in your daily practice?

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