AngularJS #15

Oct 29, 2015 · Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Brought to you by 500Tech — Leading AngularJS consultancy. 

We will hold a raffle at the end of the meetup. This time six of you will have a chance to win one of:
— Two pluralsight yearly subscriptions  — Two pluralsight monthly subscriptions  — Two  JetBrains licenses.
Thanks to JetBrains and Pluralsight for these awesome goodies!

17:45  Meet & Greet
18:00  Be Ready For Angular 2.0 Today (Yaniv Efraim, Wix)
18:30   Coffee Break
18:45  ngCesium - How to build a portable, maintainable and extendable angular module (Yonatan Kra, Webiks)
19:15  Coffee Break
19:30   How Angular Can Solve All Your Problems (Nir Kaufman, 500Tech)
20:00  Goodbyes 

Be Ready For Angular 2.0 Today Yaniv Efraim
Angular 2.0 may not be here, and it'll be a while before we can start using it.
But the secrets already out - it's available on GitHub and the changes are going to be HUGE.
While 1.x was all about adding features and getting stuff done, 2.x should push forward a lot of web standards, enhancements and better app architecture.
In this Talk, we'll take a long hard stare at the steps that need to be taken to make sure the migration of both existing and new projects is easy as π.

ngCesium - How to build a portable, maintainable and extendable angular module Yonatan Kra
"If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish ngAnything." AngularJS was built with modularity in mind. You can modularize EVERYTHING in Angular, and make it an integral, easily duplicatable part of your application. We'll walk through the building of the ngCesium module. By the end of the lecture, you should be able to use the suggested module structure to build your own "portable, scalable and extendable" module for just about ngAnything.

How Angular Can Solve All Your Problems Nir Kaufman
“We are not happy with our application. It should be more modular and extendable. It’s difficult to understand the flow, the code is hard to read and maintain. In general, it’s feels like a spaghetti of UI and business logic. We must move forward and switch to a better framework.”
— Conclusions of the front end development team meeting in company x. once a year or two.


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