Angular's static site generator, Scully, is officially released (like for real, for real). Here's a little update!
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Introducing JamSnacks, quick bites from community leaders who are building key technologies at Jamstack Conf, October 6-7.
This step-by-step, post-by-post, tutorial will show you how to create a pre-rendered Angular blog using Scully, Markdown content and Netlify's CDN.
In this post, we'll add login, add multiple external OAuth providers, and create user roles with just two lines of code!
This step-by-step guide from the awesome guest poster, Nrwl's Rareș Matei, walks you through strategically deploying only what's changed in your monorepos using Nx and Netlify.
Ready to start to transition your Angular site to the Jamstack? Why not start with your homepage where you can pre-render your content using Scully and store your assets on the cloud? This tutorial will get you up and deployed in no time!
A guide to help you test and publish your Angular schematics.
Using Netlify Schematics to create and edit files for your Angular projects.
A guide on how to add Netlify schematics to your Angular project ♥.
Angular now has a static site generator, Scully. Check out all the new features that have been added in the few months since its conception.
This post walks you through how to create a project type detector for the Netlify CLI using the Angular detector as an example.
A getting started guide to using the Angular static site generator, Scully.
The Angular community now has their very own static site generator 👽❤️and we are stoked! The Angular in the Jamstack story just got even better.
A guide to the JAMstack through an Angular lens.
A guide to connecting and deploying Angular applications with the Netlify UI and CLI.
A walkthrough of how to use `netlify-builder` with your Angular CLI project.
When migrating from Angular to React, should you do a gradual migration vs a complete rewrite?
Converting Angular templates to React components can be straight forward if you follow a few rules and tricks.
Converting Angular controllers to React components can be straight forward if you follow a few rules and tricks.
We quietly shipped our new React UI and it went relatively unnoticed