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Angular 2 is here, and it's awesome! (I hope) But wait, I still have a massive codebase of AngularJS 1x apps. I can't just leave them behind and rewrite them from scratch. What do I do so that I can use the new hotness (Angular 2)? This presentation will cover the concepts necessary to start porting your existing AngularJS 1x app to Angular 2. It will cover how to modify your AngularJS 1x app to allow for this upgrade occur. This means converting everything possible to a component. Switching to the new component router in AngularJS. You'll also probably want to add ES2015 or greater support to allow you to pull your controllers out into Classes (ooo...fancy!)
Angular 2 is here, and it's awesome! (I hope) But wait, I still have a massive codebase of AngularJS 1x apps. I can't just leave them behind and rewrite them from scratch. What do I do so that I can use the new hotness (Angular 2)? This presentation will cover the concepts necessary to start integrating Angular 2 code into your existing AngularJS 1x app. It will cover the usage of the upgrade module and the UpgradeAdapter tool contained within. We'll walk through what it takes to make your AngularJS 1x app into a Angular 2 app. How to use the UpgradeAdapter to allow your AngularJS 1x components to interact with Angular 2 services, providers and pipes.
What is Angular Universal? Is SETI aware of it and checking for life? Angular Universal is a library that allows you to run your Angular 2 app ON THE SERVER! What the what!? This is pretty cool, now I don't need prerender.io. I don't need to worry, as much, about web crawlers not being able to fully render my dynamic pages. My SEO will be awesome. But wait, is it only for SEO? I've been hearing a lot about Progressive Web Apps. Is this how I do that? If so, how does it let me do it? There are many questions. Hopefully we can get plenty of answers.