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AngularJS and Java EE

Javascript is a great programming language, but not that great a programming environment.

That trend is reversing with the emergence of node.js, Angular.js and a host of libraries that address cross cutting concerns like testing, dependency management, dependency injection, code coverage, development IDEs and continuous integration. Javascript has started embracing the same robust coding standards that servers-side development is known for.

In this talk I'll demonstrate how to build an Angular App by separating concerns within the Angular stack on the client while using build tools from the Java EE ecosystem.

It will help if you have had server-side development experience, but if not, we will use the Q&A time to come up to speed!

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  • Pankaj T.

    Hi all, thanks for coming. Here's the link to the github project that we discussed today :

    1 · July 1, 2014

  • Pankaj T.

    Hi Matthew,
    Sorry for the delay in replying.
    Today as I was prep-ing for this talk, and based on your comment, I thought I should clarify...

    This talk is more about the the development process, build process, testing and separation of concerns in the Angular stack, than the finer details of Angular itself. I *will* be using an Angular app to demo the above but to call myself an expert in Angular dev would be a bit of a stretch!

    So, I am not sure if I'll be able to answer your question about Angular Dart, but I'm sure some of the other Angulari out there today, will!

    Thanks... and see you soon!

    July 1, 2014

  • Matthew V.


    This is the first ngPittsburgh event I'll be going to. At the moment, I'm working on an Angular (client) and Restify (API) production app. I'm curious to hear your (and others) thoughts on the pros/cons of using Angular Dart instead of the JS version. As it stands, I'm uncomfortable with the switch due to the uncertainties* of Dart lang, despite it being a very nice language.

    *meaning I'm uncertain that Dart will still be relevant in the future considering the arguments for Rust/Pure JS.


    June 27, 2014

  • Pankaj T.

    Hi guys,
    Thanks for RSVPing..
    I was wondering if you could indicate what you would be looking for in this meet up. That'll help me better prepare and I'll try to focus on those areas more than others.


    June 26, 2014

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