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Angular on the go: Using Angular to power mobile apps

Thanks for all your feedback from the last Meetup. We've had some discussions on the format of future Meetups, and we're back with our next monthly event for December!

** WE ARE LOOKING FOR LIGHTNING TALKS! **
If you would like to give a 5-minute talk on something that you've been working on, or something that you'd like to share from your experience with Angular, please - share! Message me if you would like to give a talk, so the team can review beforehand.

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Angular on the go: Using Angular to power mobile apps
Speaker: Ari Lerner
author of ng-book, curator of ng-newsletter, co-founder of fullstack.io

Angular is flexible for prototyping web applications quickly and powerful enough to power production-ready applications. For the desktop, for sure, but what about for the mobile platform? Do the same rules apply?

In this talk, we’ll discuss the options we have available for building mobile apps with Angular. We’ll look at UI frameworks and toolchains. We’ll look at ways to produce the best user experience for our users, from reducing latency from server to device as well as techniques to keep our apps responsive.

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Agenda:


6:30 pm - Door opens, pizza, beer, socializing

7:00 pm - Angular on the go: Using Angular to power mobile apps (Ari Lerner)

8:00 - Lightning talks (~5 min ea) - first time we're doing this. Its success depends on YOU!

8:30 - the end

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Can't attend this time?

The talk will be livestreamed from the AngularJS-MTV event at Google HQ tomorrow, starting 6:30 pm, at http://youtube.com/user/angularjs/liv

The video will also be available within a week afterward.

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  • Michelle K.

    December 16, 2013

  • Jarrod K.

    Great talk. I saw someone recording it, anyone know if that is available?

    December 11, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    good overview over things to keep in mind when going mobile

    December 11, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Good talk. Was very informative.

    December 11, 2013

  • Phil P.

    Great talk! One of the most thorough and immediately useful presentations I've attended. Ari's mix of concepts, technical details, code examples, and tool recommendations was both accessible and appropriately sophisticated for this technical audience. The lightning talks were also interesting and pleasantly succinct. Many thanks to Ari and Michelle (and MuleSoft for hosting).

    3 · December 9, 2013

    • Michelle K.

      thanks for the thorough feedback! glad to hear that you gained value from the talk

      December 10, 2013

  • Abiy S.

    yes, well done!

    1 · December 10, 2013

  • Jeff G.

    This talk was fantastic and the drinks and pizza were great. Props to MuleSoft, Michelle, and Ari. I wish every meetup were like this one. I was furiously taking notes the whole time.

    1 · December 10, 2013

  • petar

    Great presentations with the right balance of tips, tricks and technology overview.

    1 · December 10, 2013

  • Saidur H.

    Great group today! It's Cy from http://crowdsound.io, If you guys have any feedback about Crowdsound or just want to chat tweet me at http://twitter.com/saidurh

    Use it for your own talks and let me know what you think. Thanks!

    2 · December 9, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Pure Awesomeness. The talk was ridiculously informative, the pizza was rad and the wine was CA-quality

    1 · December 9, 2013

  • Dan N.

    hey all - i demo'd THEGRID at the end of the meetup... just sharing my info here for anyone who'd like to followup. dpnewman at gmail. i am looking for help (coders and design interns) so if you know of anyone appropriate – please pass on my info. tx!

    2 · December 9, 2013

  • Jonathan G.

    Would like to do a quick talk not sure where to send my request thanks.

    December 9, 2013

    • Michelle K.

      just check in with me! we can talk more if you arrive before the talk. I will also be doing a sweep after the talk to ask for last-minute speakers

      December 9, 2013

  • Michelle K.

    If you can come early (~6 pm) to assist with set up, we'd really appreciate it! Please message me if you can help. You'll get first dibs on pizza :) Thank you!

    December 9, 2013

    • Ian M.

      I arrived early.. but there is no way to get up to the office.

      December 9, 2013

    • Michelle K.

      if you take the elevator, you should be able to get to the 4th floor.. I'll come down now!

      December 9, 2013

  • petar

    Looking forward to attending but it is full. What is the maximum capacity or any chances more space will open up?

    December 8, 2013

    • Michelle K.

      I'll open more spots up... should be okay :)

      December 9, 2013

    • petar

      thank you!

      December 9, 2013

  • ari

    Hey all,

    For those who are attending (and even those who are not), I'll be trying out a tool at the talk to possibly help us interact better. IF you have any burning questions now, feel free to post them here: http://crowd.so/auser at the google mobile angular talk room.

    Cheers and see you tomorrow!

    December 8, 2013

  • Dan B.

    Angular Newbs, I started Dan's AngularJS Learning Club at Hacker Dojo. It's open to the public! http://www.bikle.com/dalc

    December 6, 2013

  • Dan L.

    What is the intended technical level / audience for this talk? Should someone already using AngularJS for a production mobile site come expecting to learn something new, or is this going to me intro to mobile / mobile basics?

    3 · December 5, 2013

    • ari

      As of right now, it's written as an overview of mobile app development in general leading into specific tips and tricks while building Angular apps for mobile, so to answer your question, both (although if you're running a production mobile app, you're likely to know a lot of the first half).

      1 · December 5, 2013

    • ari

      Depending upon the audience we have coming, we can shift this to be a lot more technical or a lot less. We're also focusing specifically web portion of building angular apps, although I am touching upon the tools/workflow to build a native app with a web wrapper/angular

      1 · December 5, 2013

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