- Linh Le
Cloud computing has become the de facto platform for fueling digital transformations and modernizing IT portfolios. Companies are increasingly finding business agility or cost savings by renting software through vendors such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft and Google.
In fact, most enterprises procure cloud services from two or more vendors, a trend that will gain traction in 2019. This will boost the coffers of AWS, Microsoft, Alibaba, Google, IBM and Oracle, which will enjoy the lion’s share of the $200 billion in global public cloud spending for 2019, according to Forrester Research.
The elements are:
- Visually selecting the workspace to provide context for invoking Angular CLI functions
- A visual list of projects in that workspace, all “associated with a list of quick actions that you can take on that project; either an action to generate code using a schematic or invoke a project’s architect command.”
- A generate screen where users can see all of the code generation schematics available in a workspace and import more from community Angular CLI extensions, then edit their flags
- A tasks screen that displays all of the projects in a workspace and their associated architect commands, which can be initiated with a click. This latest version of the console lets tasks run in parallel while the console is in use and visualizes the results of an operation at completion.
Muller wrote that Narwhal is in the process of migrating development of the Angular Console over to Google’s Angular Team, which will make its project an official tool.
“Angular Console is meant to be a community driven product,” Muller wrote. “Its purpose is merely to make you, Angular developers, more effective and efficient at creating beautiful applications and libraries. Any features we’ve introduced into Console at this point and any features we will introduce in the future have only this goal in mind. Ultimately we want the Angular community to define what console will become going forward.”
In addition, the Narwhal team is in talks with the Angular team to adapt Angular.io guides for the console.
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