# Angular

Removing the Excess Years from Angular Material's DatePicker

So here we are, potentially the last contribution to occur for OSD700 from this developer before the semester ends and marks are finalized. No pressure.

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The Cost of Aesthetic in Flat Design

For the final release, one of the issues I wanted to focus on was [this](https://github.com/angular/material2/issues/10727), which I figured would be an easy contribution toward the project and a check off of my final release requirements. After reviewing the comments on the issue, I was under the impression that I had to learn a new accessibly standard titled aXe. aXe was going to be the driving force behind this post, but to my fortune it's more of a testing engine than a standard; testing instead web applications and pages against the WCAG 2.0 AA rulesets.

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Autocomplete for All, An Angular Material Story

this day and age, you live in one of two camps, you either love or hate autocomplete. Autocomplete (which differs from autocorrect due to contextual opposites of operation) is the answer to the mundane long dropdown lists, providing a means to both filter and evaluate a value without scrolling through the entire component _(and then some!)_.

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A Semester Working Exclusively with MEAN Stacks

Since May, I've had the unique experience of working with MEAN stacks on a daily basis, each varying in complexity and architecture to reflect a different end goal. A semester ago, I'd never guessed how little time I'd be spending writing C++, Java, Swift, or even Python applications compared to JavaScript-powered web applications. Furthermore, this is the first time in my life that I'd been exposed to a technology stack not taught at Seneca, which during the time of my attendance examined LAMP, and C# / ASP.NET stacks.

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