Server Side Rendering (SSR) & Migrating 1.7 to an Angular Mono-Repo+Free Food 馃尟

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Next Angular Berlin is incoming! After an awesome event right before NG-DE 2019 we keep on the flow and high quality! We try to record the talks again and will publish them at our youtube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWn-GjQ4tNVnuGWJRpmSL0p3yZRBY3rDJ

Thanks to our Food-Sponsors:
https://nrwl.io/
https://angular.de/
https://angular.schule/

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Talk 1
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Server Side Rendering (SSR) and Pre-Rendering with Angular - Ferdinand Malcher(https://twitter.com/fmalcher01)

Single page applications in their pure form have one conceptual problem: the JavaScript code runs in one single "empty" HTML page. Search engines like the Google Bot don't like to render JavaScript and see nothing but a blank page. SEO becomes almost impossible! What is more, before the user can interact with our app, the code must be downloaded and rendered. This extends loading time and makes users frustrated.

In this talk, Angular book author and Google Developer Expert Ferdinand Malcher will introduce you to the concepts and ideas of server-side rendering and pre-rendering with Angular. We will talk about possible solutions and go through specific examples with Angular. The extensive tooling around "Angular Universal" greatly helps us on our way. You will learn how the Angular server platform works and how you can set up a server-rendered application on your own.

Ferdinand Malcher is a Google Developer Expert (GDE) for Angular, author of the German "Angular" book, passionate speaker and teacher. He works as a freelance software developer, trainer, and media designer, with a focus on Angular, Node.js and TypeScript. Together with Johannes Hoppe, he established the Angular.Schule company.
Ferdinand likes to take care of creative details. Many of his development projects are driven by his passion for photography, film and media technology.

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Talk 2
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Migrating from an Angular 1.7 app to an NG8 monorepo architecture - Cristhian Ferrufino(https://twitter.com/figuds)

Cristhian will share with us his journey and the experience migrating from an Angular 1.7 Application to an Angular monorepo architecture. What restructuring was involved in the company and how to face it.

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Lightning Talks
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- Using Faker.js with your Interfaces to speedup your mock data generation - Luardo Gamero (https://twitter.com/Luardohm)
- TBD (You?!)

Do you want to participate with a (lightning) talk?
Ping [masked] if you're interested or via twitter @angular_berlin

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Food & Drinks
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Drinks can be purchased at 2 euro. There is a small selection of non-alcoholic beverages and beer to choose from. 馃イ

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Location
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co.up is located closest to the Kottbusser Tor U-bahn station (U8 & U1).
Please note that there are two entrances to the Hof where co.up is located. If one gate is closed, the other should be open.
If you're attending for the first time, check out the map below.