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Nick Hodges on SOLID in TypeScript using Angular

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/08/18

For my link archive: after a long history of Delphi programming, Nick Hodges did a

SOLID series with TypeScript using Angular

They explain these SOLID – Wikipedia concepts:

  1. Single responsibility principle – Wikipedia
  2. Open–closed principle – Wikipedia
  3. Liskov substitution principle – Wikipedia
  4. Interface segregation principle – Wikipedia
  5. Dependency inversion principle – Wikipedia

After that, he did a series on:

[WayBack] Angular 101 – Angles and Types

More Angular and TypeScript

Since Nick likes that combination so much:

and his TypeScript series start:

and what started as a trilogy in 5 parts of his [WayBack] Angular 101 – Angles and Types became much longer:


DIID update

Nick also updated the public repository with the changes that did make it in his Dependency injection in Delphi book earlier:


[WayBackJeroen Pluimers on Twitter: “G+ Maybe this is the reason I have never done any serious JavaScript development: according to Google, …”

via [WayBack] Maybe this is the reason I have never done any serious JavaScript development: according to Google, the ng requirements start with having a Nigerian passport. So it could be a scam after all… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+



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