• NG-DE 2019 - Angular Conference, 2 Days, 30 Speaker, 400 attendees

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tickets need to be bought via our website https://ng-de.org/ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! For the community, by the community NG-DE is the first non-profit community-driven Angular conference in Germany. It will take place in Berlin, 30 - 31 August 2019. The venue BOLLE FESTSÄLE is located next to the beautiful Spree river, close to Bellevue palace and Tiergarten. A bunch of one-day workshops is planned for August 29 which can be booked separately from the main event. A conference is more than mate-tea and wifi We create an open, diverse and welcoming conference with fantastic speakers and a warm and friendly environment. Barista coffee and childcare are just a few of the benefits we want to offer. Day 1 10:00 Creating A More Sustainable Development Team with Angular and the PAMstack Tracy Lee & Katerina Skroumpelou Main Stage 10:30 Handling Angular Forms Without Losing Your Sanity Jennifer Wadella Main Stage 11:00 Break ☕️🍎 Sponsoring Hall & Catering Area 11:45 Angular’s new renderer Ivy: a deep dive into the heart of Angular Martina Kraus Main Stage 12:15 Subjecting State to Good Behavior Kim Maida Main Stage 12:45 Lunch 🥙🥤 Sponsoring Hall & Catering Area 14:15 Add Native Mobile to Your Angular Projects: The Migration Story Sebastian Witalec Main Stage 14:45 Watch out: observers are here to stay Guilherme Ventura Main Stage 15:15 Angular Performance: Your App at the Speed of Light Christian Liebel Main Stage 15:45 Break ☕️🍰 Sponsoring Hall & Catering Area 16:30 Bye bye NgModules Eliran Eliassy Main Stage Day 2 10:00 Angular Material or Bootstrap? Stop asking the question! Amadou Sall Main Stage 10:30 Do you want to build a build tool? Craig Spence Main Stage 11:00 Break ☕️🍎 Sponsoring Hall & Catering Area 11:45 It's "just" a string - Learnings from building a component library Thomas Pink & Fabian Friedl Main Stage 12:15 No Apollogies: Making Apps Accessible Vitalii Bobrov Main Stage 12:45 Lunch & Family Photo 📷 🥙🥤 Sponsoring Hall & Catering Area 14:15 Demystifying Dependency Injection: Angular vs Nest Kamil Mysliwiec Main Stage 14:45 What is this? Angular in my React? Ryan Chenkie & Brad McAlister Main Stage 15:15 Break ☕️🍰 Sponsoring Hall & Catering Area 16:00 Performance for the long haul Ben Schwarz Main Stage 16:30 The Myth of the Brilliant Developer Carmen Popoviciu & Martin Splitt Main Stage 17:00 Last Words & Closing the Conference NG-DE Team Main Stage

  • Angular-Berlin: Special NG-DE Pre-Gathering (free food) 🍕

    co.up community space

    Let's meet before NG-DE and get into the mood of the first Angular community conference in Germany. 2 Talks: - Fixing Asynchrony with RxJS - Jan-Niklas Wortmann(https://twitter.com/niklas_wortmann) - State Management, DRY with Akita - François Guezengar (https://github.com/grandschtroumpf) 3 Lightning Talks: - Tracking App Performance Over Time - Jeff Cross(https://twitter.com/jeffbcross) - 30 sec of Angular - Sergey Fetiskin(https://twitter.com/fetis26) - The benefits of a design system: How Storybook can improve your daily work - Kai Röder(https://twitter.com/kairoeder) Do you want to participate with a (lightning) talk? Send a mail to [masked] Food & Drinks: Drinks can be purchased at 2 euro. There is a small selection of non-alcoholic beverages and beer to choose from. 🥤 There will be free Pizza sponsored by https://Angular.DE at the meetup. 🍕 Location: 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.

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  • Bugfix Tuesday

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    Bugfix Tuesday is about gathering and coding. Learning from each other and helping each other. This is the right place to share your experience, start contributing to open source, promote a library of yours or just chat with us about Angular and beyond that.

  • Angular.track wwwtf edition

    Saxonia Systems AG

    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.

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  • Angular.track Spring Edition

    Saxonia Systems AG

    # Building VUIs with Angular Voice User Interfaces (VUIs) allow people to interact with a system in the most natural way - by using their voices. Together with a graphical user interface an amazing user experience can be created. These multimodal-interfaces are not limited to voicefirst devices, such as Amazon Echo Show or Google Home Hub. The Open Source Project by LinguaLogic enables VUIs for all browser and mobile applications. By combining abilities of the browsers and cloud services the framework gives access to all features needed for the realisation of a VUI. For Angular it provides a SDK which guarantees a seamless integration within the components and functionalities of the app. Leonard is master student at the TU Berlin. Beside his studies he is contributing to the Open Source Project of lingualogic.de. He worked for several startups, where he develops VUIs for different usecases. --------------------------------------------- # Cross-Browser-Testing with Protractor & Browserstack With Protractor the Angular Ecosystem has an almost-standard for UI-Testing, but ensuring not only functionality in general, but also verifying that the app is cross-browser, cross-platform and cross-device compatible and responsive can be challenging. It's not only a financial and organizational effort to supply all the different devices and browser and integrate it into an existing organizations infrastructure, but also the scalability is limited and setting up the devices and connections is tied to some work. Browserstack provides a Cloud-Service for testing Web-Apps on a bunch of real devices with a rather easy to use integration into all Selenium based test execution frameworks, like Protractor. The talk gives a short introduction to Browserstack and shows, how it can be integrated into Protractor. Stefan Bley works as a Senior Software Engineer at Saxonia Systems AG in Berlin and has been involved in various Java Enterprise and Angular projects. He loves experimenting with technology and shares his knowledge by speaking at conferences and community events. Currently, he is interested in blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. Leo Lindhorst Leo Lindhorst is working as a full stack developer at the Saxonia Systems AG in Dresden, Germany. He is primarily concerned with the design and implementation of enterprise single-page web apps and cloud applications. Leo is regularly speaking at conferences and User Groups in Germany and is an active member of the community. --------------------------------------------- # Prerenderd Pasta (Three ways to cook an Angular app al dente) In his talk Christoph explains the three main ways to deliver an Angular app. Whether you serve your app as usual to be rendered on the client or you go with server side rendering or you do the rendering upfront and serve your app prerendered, each approach has pros and cons. After this talk you can hopefully make an informed decision on how to serve your next Angular app. And in case you choose prerendering you will also learn about a handy tool, called angular-prerender, which helps you with that. Last but not least, you will be introduced to the similarities of Angular and pasta. Christoph is a freelance web developer specialized in multi media web applications. He has recently worked on streaming solutions and interactive music applications for clients like TV stations, streaming services, synthesizer vendors, and artists.

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