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I recently stumbled upon the following question: When developing an Angular-App with a Spring Boot backend, should the Spring backend live in another Git repository than the Angular frontend? JHipster creates both in a common repository while many projects separate them.

Different sources suggest splitting if:

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This is what I learned in May 2018:

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For the last two weeks, I’ve been testing a new tweak for my self-management: Timeboxing. This article explains the principle and summarizes my insights.

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This is what I learned in April 2018:

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In this article I wrote about my attempt to add a navbar to my Angular app and how I ended up with adding the full JQuery library to be able to use Bootstrap components. Already when releasing this article I knew that this is not the best way to get a working navbar. In this article, I explain why using ng-bootstrap seems to be the best way to add Bootstrap components to an Angular application.

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Yesterday, I wanted to add a simple Bootstrap Navigation bar to my Angular application that I created with JHipster. Although this is a standard component, I had difficulties because I didn’t understand how Bootstrap, Angular and NodJS play together. This article explains how to “really” add Bootstrap to an Angular application that got created by JHipster.

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