Angular.track wwwtf edition

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We are happy to invite you to this years Angular.track wwwtf edition.
This time we have guest speakers from the Angular core team and the RxJs core team with us. Stay tuned for updates.

# The Grand Styling Redesign in Ivy
Matias Niemelä (@yearofmoo)

Angular styling encompasses style and class bindings and is used across templates, directives and components.

With the Ivy refactor of Angular, the styling capabilities of Angular has been rebuilt from the ground up. This
new refactor involves lots of clever caching, data-structures and custom algorithms all used to ensure that
styling is handled correctly and efficiently.

This talk will dive into the technological challenges with rebuilding such a feature in Angular. We will see how things
work within the framework when style/class and class bindings do their thing and also discuss sophisticated,
computer-science-level principles and how Angular has made use of them. We will also discuss some new features
such as dynamic styling, the debugging of styles and how animations will play a role in this redesign.

# Angular’s new renderer Ivy: a deep into the heart of Angular
Martina Kraus (@martinakraus11)

This talk will introduce you into the core principles of the new renderer Ivy. You will learn about the component factories and injection, the locality principle, how to develop higher order components and many more. All these will be shown by examples. After the talk you will have a basic understanding of how to use the new renderer and all the new options for developing Angular applications.

# Welcome to the RxJS multicasting jungle
Jan-Niklas Wortmann (@niklas_wortmann)

Multicasting is propably the most difficult topic in the RxJS ecosystem.
Many people are confused by the differences of unicast and multicast or didn't even know that it is relevant for RxJS. For sure RxJS comes with build-in multicasting mechanism, but why do I need about 10 different operators for that? And even more important, why do I actually need to care about multicasting in general?
Together we will do an exciting safari through the wild and dark jungle of RxJS multicasting to answer all these questions and many more.