Hello everyone and welcome to the 9th AngularJS IL Meetup !
This meeting is all about performance, optimisation and memory leaks.
This time we meet on the 13/1/2014 at the Google TLV campus.
18:00 - 18:15 Meet & Greet
18:15 - 18:55 AngularJS Performance & production tips
(Nir Kaufman @ 500Tech)
18:55 - 19:10 Break & Free AngularJS mugs hand-out!! Sponsored by Cellebrite LTD.
19:10 - 19:20 Surprise presentation on MeteorJS & AngularJS (Uri Goldshtein author of @ Angular-Meteor repo)
(Chen Eshchar @ Opinya Solutions)
20:00 - 20:15 Goodbyes
The presentations will be captured on video, sponsored by Wix.
AngularJS Performance & production tips
A collection of tips, techniques & best practices focused on improving AngularJS performance, based on real-world experience.
The talk includes live code example for each case.
Combining MeteorJS & AngularJS
Surprise short talk by Uri Goldshtein, who came to visit us from the US, about combining AnulgarJS & Meteor.
Uri will tell us about it, and about the possibilities to combine it with AngularJS using angular-meteor library.
Overtime, Angular applications might start to run poorly or even crash the browser. That can be a sign for a memory leak that needs to be traced and solved.
We will talk about the methods to analyze & trace those potential memory leaks, show a few of the tools we have in hand (namely DevTools) and how we use them to neutralize these leaks.
We'll go through the main causes for memory leaks in Angular applications. In addition, we'll talk about what signifies Angular with regards to memory leaks suspects, and what we can and should do about them.
Developing state of the art rich and complex web client, while taking the technology to new frontiers.
Involving full object-oriented JS code, complex views like maps, diagrams with rich UI and UX.
Open jobs at Cellebrite
Wix is doing our video sponsoring.
500Tech - AngularJS Development, Consulting and Training.
Our AngularJS Course starts February - sign up at: http://hackademy.co.il/angularjs/about_morning
PS: Add yourself to http://AngularIsrael.com
The AngularJSIL Team