Apr 3, 2014 · 7:00 PM
Please contact the organizer if you're interested in presenting.
7:00 – 7:15 Open
7:15 – 7:30 Introductions
7:30 – 9:00 Presentations
9:00 – 10:00 Open / Networking
But how do I test, really? by Rhett Lowe
Since I started this quest for testing I have been writing down all the questions I had in my head and mapping all my confusion and revelations. I want to explain how to test functionally in modern day JS and a little on AngularJS. I expect this to speak to the part of the community that isn't as familiar with testing in JS. The largest part will revolve around my questions and how I answered them. For example, I was perplexed by Karma/Testacular. The fact that, if I wanted to test, I would have to learn Node, Karma, Jasmine, and then finally learn the angular specific stuff was daunting, but I think I can break it down and help jump-start people. I want to make them feel comfortable and ready to pick it all up. It will have some AngularJS content but mainly focus on JS in as a whole.
"Smooth" with ngAnimate by Danniel Condez
With great power comes great responsibility. We have seen how powerful AngularJS can be in terms of routing, hiding and showing stuff, displaying and filtering lists etc... But sometimes, "INSTANT" page updates diminish User Experience instead of improving them. These happens when we don't properly give our page proper transitions which tells our users what's happening with our page.
Getting and Playing with Data using with $resource and $http by Luis De Avila
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