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Michael Karén

Angular by day. React by night. Full-stack when needed. I like blogging about web stuff. Co-organizer ngVikings.

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30 September 201916 min read
Game Development: Tetris in Angular

Today, I'm taking you along for a journey in game development. We are making it with the classic game of Tetris. We are going to touch upon concepts like graphics, game loops, and collision detection. In the end, we will have a fully functioning game with points and levels.

Angularpost-image
30 September 201916 min read
Game Development: Tetris in Angular

Today, I'm taking you along for a journey in game development. We are making it with the classic game of Tetris. We are going to touch upon concepts like graphics, game loops, and collision detection. In the end, we will have a fully functioning game with points and levels.

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Angularpost-imageGame Development: Tetris in Angular

30 September 2019

16 min read

Today, I'm taking you along for a journey in game development. We are making it with the classic game of Tetris. We are going to touch upon concepts like graphics, game loops, and collision detection. In the end, we will have a fully functioning game with points and levels.

Read more
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22 July 201910 min read
How to talk with Web Components in React and Angular

Creating framework-agnostic components with Angular Elements In this article, I use Nx to create a monorepo with applications in Angular and React, and a library with Angular Elements. Then we consume these custom elements and communicate with them in our apps. Here’s what we create in this article: The application we create has one page for Angular and one for React. The add button and shopping cart are Web Components made with Angular Elements. There is no state between the pages. The main

JavaScriptpost-image
22 July 201910 min read
How to talk with Web Components in React and Angular

Creating framework-agnostic components with Angular Elements In this article, I use Nx to create a monorepo with applications in Angular and React, and a library with Angular Elements. Then we consume these custom elements and communicate with them in our apps. Here’s what we create in this article: The application we create has one page for Angular and one for React. The add button and shopping cart are Web Components made with Angular Elements. There is no state between the pages. The main

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JavaScriptpost-imageHow to talk with Web Components in React and Angular

22 July 2019

10 min read

Creating framework-agnostic components with Angular Elements In this article, I use Nx to create a monorepo with applications in Angular and React, and a library with Angular Elements. Then we consume these custom elements and communicate with them in our apps. Here’s what we create in this article: The application we create has one page for Angular and one for React. The add button and shopping cart are Web Components made with Angular Elements. There is no state between the pages. The main

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