From Chris’s Tenkarabum.com, here’s how to tie on the keiryu markers:
“I would suggest using the knot illustrated above with the Bright Markers. You will still be able to move the marker when you want to, but it will be a bit less likely to move by itself.
After you tie the marker around the line, the standard practice is to cut the tag ends relatively short. They don’t need to be longer than about 1/4 to 1/2 inch to be visible. If they longer they will cause more wind resistance, which will require a heavier weight to be able to make the cast and your line will be more affected by any breeze.”
Angular Production Builds by “Tor” Helgevold (May, 2017)
If we import all of rxjs/Rx it loads a huge amount of code.
We likely only need some of it. The 3 other circled imports allow us to load only what we need (in addition to Observable and Observer.)
Rob talks about ‘content first’ sites and how to speed them up around the 20 minute mark or so (above video).
The above video should also be good for developing sites like HockeyBias in Angular.
Auguray Debugging tool mentioned by Papa – Injector Graph, Component Tree (and Router Tree) look cool. Can change variables’ values for testing.
He also likes writing to console and stepping through code in Google Dev tools.
Ultimate Angular 2 work shop – Wahlin & Papa – Slides, Labs Angular and TypeScript
JumpStart example by Wahlin – referenced on and off during workshop
- Lots of template-driven forms throughout, but…
- An example of Reactive Forms exists in LoginModule and LoginComponent code. Papa prefers Reactive Forms, but is not crazy about Forms in general. On the other hand, Deborah Kurata likes Reactive Forms more and has a pluralsite course about them.
They talked about ‘ng new’ (CLI) setting up karma unit testing and how easy that is opposed to using karma any other way. Also mentioned ‘ng lint’ and other ‘awesome’ CLI features.
Praised brand new (an hour ago) Angular Language Service – only works with VS Code at this point.
Tenkara casting avice from Erik Ostrander of Tenkara Guides
A) Watch videos of ‘Masami Sakakibara, aka Tenkara no-Oni‘. He has very good technique.
B) “Align your bones” from thumb through shoulder – think of a straight line from wrist to shoulder. Doing so will require less wrist-flicking to cast well. Thumb will almost point at your body.
C) Tenkara casting practice instructions from Erik:
1) Add the following to rod:
– Level line that is length of rod, 3′ of tippet, and a fly
2) Cast repeatedly until you can consistantly have fly hit the ground/water first
3) Repeat with level line 150% the length of the rod
4) Repeat with level line 200% the length of the rod
5) Aim at a plate, aim at the underside of your car.