Fidelia Ho, Editorial Content Lead

Our Journey at ng-conf 2024: Innovations, Insights, and Inspirations

A few weeks ago, our team had the incredible opportunity to attend ng-conf 2024, the world’s original Angular conference, where we immersed ourselves in the latest developments and best practices in Angular technology. It was an enlightening experience that not only showcased the evolving landscape of web development but also reinforced our commitment to delivering exceptional digital solutions.

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Stephanie Zeng, Software Architect

Storybook version 8 was officially launched last month. Are you still deciding whether to upgrade your project to use this latest version of Storybook? This article discusses the changes this upgrade brings and offers thoughts on planning for a smooth migration to this new version of Storybook.

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Vincent Porretti, Solution Delivery Manager

Prioritization in Lean projects is not a means to manage scope and budget; it is a tool to ensure that you remain focused and deliver fast towards a MVP that will help validate a hypothesis and market fit. Read on for how we do Lean delivery at Rangle.

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Mike Costanzo, Principal, Digital Strategy

So many software development projects start with high levels of uncertainty. Some of it is explicit, you many not know exactly who the target customer is and what they want, and some of it may be implicit, you have a great idea but are uncertain about the technical risks of delivering the experience or what the state-of-the-art is capable of and, as they say, you don't know what you don't know. In these cases we echo the words of "Ike" Eisenhower:

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Terence Chan, Director of Product

We've all had ideas for a new game-changing product. Maybe it was a “shower thought”. Maybe you had an “aha” moment while struggling for the 15th time to complete a routine task. Or recent market research completed by your team showed a promising new market to exploit. Regardless of the inspiration, you were probably very excited to build out and launch this new product right?

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Terence Chan, Director of Product

Do you remember the last time you had a conversation about a newly popular product that seemed to have started losing its way? Maybe it was a new snack that tasted a little different as its ingredients adapted to mass production requirements, or a once-niche home improvement tool that now seemed “off” in quality once it started marketing to the broader DIY crowd.

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