Building Single Page Applications with Angular.js and Node.js by Greg Burke

Greg Burke will be presenting at our February User Group on topics like Angular.js and Node.js ... tune in for more information

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  • Eric P.

    I have uploaded Greg's Powerpoint Deck and sample code to the Files section should anyone need to reference them.

    February 21, 2014

  • Joe W.

    Greg did a good job and encouraged collaborative input which is a strong point of the 2 sessions I attended so far. We did get very "into the weeds" and I found it challenging to follow at some points without a solid understanding of the fundamentals of Angular. However, I walked away with the understanding that a) there is a framework (Angular)for developing single page JavaScript applications with a multi-tiered architecture and b) combined with testing libraries such as QUnit and Jasmine, your web application can also have extensive unit test coverage. I think that was Greg's goal and he was very successful. There were also plenty of references to material for further research. Again good job Greg!

    February 21, 2014

  • John K.

    Great job Greg, and a real pleasure talking with folks after the meeting. I look forward to future events!

    February 21, 2014

  • Eric P.

    Great job last night by Greg Burke! Thanks everyone for coming out to Agawam for the meeting.

    February 21, 2014

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    A former member

    Wow, what a great meetup! Greg Burke gave a great, in-depth presentation on building AngularJS apps, during which there was lively discussion of the concepts involved. 5 stars!

    February 20, 2014

  • Mike C.

    How in depth do these presentations get? Based on some of the recent topics, I would consider myself somewhat of a novice but I like to learn new technologies.

    February 3, 2014

    • Eric P.

      Hey Mike ... the depth of the meetings are light enough to appeal to novice and experienced developers. I think you will find something that would interest you if you attend and if not there is always delicious pizza and giveaways like Pluralsight passes for free training.

      February 5, 2014

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