|==> ./artist <==|
|##legal: IMPORTANT: The Apple Enterprise Partner Feed and data incorporated therein ("EPF")|
|==> ./artist_application <==|
|How to create a local project which should be use in another local project- as a library|
|+ Make it a local linked package, install it in your other project, enable the library option in webpack, builed it manually or with the watch option.|
|1. Use npm link to symlink your local module A into module B. So all your changes in module A are reflected immediately in module B|
|See here: https://docs.npmjs.com/cli/link|
|2. Make sure that your source module (A) is wrapped correctly by webpack so you can require it like any other library.|
|Use this: https://github.com/webpack/webpack/tree/master/examples/multi-part-library|
Some nice things you can start learning from day one.
Angular, React & Vue. That's your set of skill which makes you versatile. Angular is very famous in Germany. React in the rest of the world and you can benefit from React twice when you dive into ReactNative.
The official Tutorials for all three frameworks are great. Goal: Try them for all of them so you can talk about those frameworks.
Checklist for some errors I had in ng-packagr.
You need Typescript 2.6 to use submodules otherwise you get
module not found errorshttps://github.com/dherges/ng-packagr/issues/677
ng serve --follow-symlinkswhen linked locally otherwise you get injection errors
Never rely on barrel files link directly or at least link directly to a barrel. Otherwise you will receive ERROR in : Unexpected value 'undefined' imported by the module [...] during the AOT building phase