Jun 23, 2016

tl;dr

Blogging is hard. I have not posted in a very long time, So to kickstart a habit of posting (even little articles), here is a list of angular modules I’ve been working on over the past few months.

A few Angular Mods I’ve been working on

I’ve been working for Red Hat for over a year now. Its really been a great workplace. I started this blog shortly before taking my current position, thus writing more posts has taken a back seat to my ramp-up efforts. I’m working on a product called OpenShift, a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), essentially a container orchestration platform built on top of Kubernetes, which is built on top of Docker. Thats a mouthful, probably a run-on sentence, and a lot to digest. Specifically I contribute to the web console packaged with OpenShift.

Since the web console is built with Angular (1.x), I’ve spent the last year sharpening my skills with this technology (and lamenting that 2.0 is moving to typescript, but thats another story).

I’ve spun off a few angular modules, some that have been integrated into OpenShift, and some just for fun. I’ll list them in this post and perhaps write a bit more on the more interesting modules in the future:

Rather than alphabetizing, I ranked these by usefulness/viability. The top repos have been used in real world products, have matured enough to be usable, and perhaps have been registered with bower or npm.

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