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Angular team plays game and answers your questions
According to Jeremy, the way that directives work, prevents the usage of jsx. But if you want, you can use inline templating.
Next to that, they recommended extensive learning material on accessibility.
There were of course questions about the upcoming Angular 14. Mark and Jeremy didn't promise any features, but we already know that the Angular DevTools will be integrated into the main Angular repository.
Pnpm was released in version 6.29. Pnpm is an alternative package manager to npm. It uses caching and other tricks to significantly reduce the disk size and speeds up the creation of your node_modules directory.
You should definitely give it a try, but you also have to be aware of potential risks. For example, you could have issues with dependencies that mutate some parts in the node_modules directory. If you are not on Angular 13, then ngcc, which is the compatibility compiler, will do that.
Angular GitHub Issue on support pnpm
Google released Chrome in version 98.
Cypress 9.4 & Jest 27.5
We had minor version updates with Cypress 9.4, and Jest 27.5
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