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Alex Inkin

I’m a devoted Angular developer and a musician. I use one thing to help me not to starve while doing another and I love doing both. I work on Angular UI Kit at Tinkoff and I like sharing my findings.

Angularpost
31 March 20215 min read
Global objects in Angular

In JavaScript we often use entities, such as window or navigator. Some of these objects have been there forever. But you might have seen DOCUMENT token used in Angular. Let's discuss why it exists and what we can learn from it to make our apps cleaner and more flexible.

Angularpost
31 March 20215 min read
Global objects in Angular

In JavaScript we often use entities, such as window or navigator. Some of these objects have been there forever. But you might have seen DOCUMENT token used in Angular. Let's discuss why it exists and what we can learn from it to make our apps cleaner and more flexible.

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AngularpostGlobal objects in Angular

31 March 2021

5 min read

In JavaScript we often use entities, such as window or navigator. Some of these objects have been there forever. But you might have seen DOCUMENT token used in Angular. Let's discuss why it exists and what we can learn from it to make our apps cleaner and more flexible.

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Angularpost
22 February 20216 min read
Making HostBinding work with Observables

We cannot use HostBinding with Observable data — it requires a plain value. This is a pretty sought-after feature. Let’s see how we can implement it while we wait for official support.

Angularpost
14 January 20216 min read
Demystifying Taiga UI root component: portals pattern in Angular

Just before new year we announced our new Angular UI kit library Taiga UI. If you go through Getting started steps, you will see that you need to wrap your app with the tui-root component. Let's see what it does and explore what portals are and how and why we use them.

Angularpost
5 August 202012 min read
Agnostic components in Angular

When you’re building a reusable components library, API is very important. On one hand, you want a tidy, reliable solution, on the other — you need to take care of lots of specific use cases. Learn how to make components that work with everything and look like anything!

Angularpost
5 August 202012 min read
Agnostic components in Angular

When you’re building a reusable components library, API is very important. On one hand, you want a tidy, reliable solution, on the other — you need to take care of lots of specific use cases. Learn how to make components that work with everything and look like anything!

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AngularpostAgnostic components in Angular

5 August 2020

12 min read

When you’re building a reusable components library, API is very important. On one hand, you want a tidy, reliable solution, on the other — you need to take care of lots of specific use cases. Learn how to make components that work with everything and look like anything!

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