Having trouble setting a New Year's resolution? How about learning new technologies, meeting new people or improving your Angular skills? You can do all of these things during upcoming Angular Dragons meetup! We're meeting on 22nd January at @Codewise.
Call for speakers is open! If you feel like you can share your thoughts and experience, contact us at [masked] or via meetup. Related topics to Angular ecosystem are welcome too. If you don't have stage experience - don't worry! There always is the first time, and we can help you surviving it :)
• 17:30 Registration
• 18:00 Welcome & Industry news
• 18:10 Karolina Mamczarz - Maps, maps, maps!
There are plenty of apps, which core functionality is based on geolocation. We all know, who has one of the most developed API to use in your projects ;) But have you ever wondered about alternatives for those paid solutions? This talk will walk thorugh some opensource map libraries including OpenLayers and Leaflet, which are available as Angular modules. You can count on examples!
• 18:35 Intermission
• 18:50 Krzysztof Mikuta - Anatomy of Push Notifications
Constantly hated, considered a marketing tool, odd to implement, unappreciated - Push Notifications!
Do you know they require three APIs together to work properly?! However, are they as bad as others say?
Let’s check it out :slightly_smiling_face: During the talk I will describe Push and Notifications APIs, browser mechanisms, architecture and show some (hopefully) working code.
I will mention ServiceWorker and Permissions APIs as well.
We will take a look at Browser Push Service and Web Push Protocol.
• 19:15 Tomasz Błachut - Point of ViewRef (LT)
Behind a declarative API always lies imperative code. This talk explores building blocks required to design your own directives and manipulate DOM the Angular way.
We'll talk about ViewRef, ViewContainerRef and how they interact, the difference between host and embedded views, ComponentRef and curious case of ngOnChanges, TemplateRef and what context means in this context, lifecycle and change detection gotchas plus examples from official Angular sources, all while building simple yet practical stuff along the way. Phew, what a sentence!
The event will be hosted and sponsored by Codewise. Thank you for continuous support <3
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