Past Meetup

March Meetup: David Stanich w/ Angular Elements

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Welcome to the March Meetup!

Our friend David Stanich has some cool stuff to share about creating custom elements with Angular Elements. Here's the description of the talk:

*Create Reusable Custom Elements with Angular Elements*

What if you could take the power of Angular components and export them to generic custom elements? Good news! Now you can with Angular Elements! In this session you will learn what custom elements are, how to install and configure Angular Elements, and see code examples of exporting Angular components into React and Vue.

Creating custom elements from your Angular components may have some nice benefits depending on your project. Some example use cases include:
• Using existing Angular components within another framework like React or Vue.
• Migrating from AngularJS to Angular can be done in pieces with Angular Elements.
• Embed custom elements on server side templating technologies like Jade or JSP.

Although Angular Elements is relatively new and still under development, what is available now is a very promising start to a more generic and open web


Hope to see you there!

# Agenda:

6:30 - 7:00 Arrive, eat, drink & socialize

7:00 - 7:10 Announcements

7:10 - 8:15 Main Presentation: "Create Reusable Custom Elements with Angular Elements" with David Stanich

8:15 - 8:30 Giveaways & Wrap-up

## Parking info:

Now we park in the lot *behind Firestone*, on the West / Northwest corner of 9th St and Jackson (kitty corner from the old lot next to Virtuwell, which is turning into a hotel rapidly!). The spots available to Virtuwell and its visitors (us) are marked by pretty obvious signs in that lot, and while they say 6am-6pm I have the assurances of staff that they are free for our attendees to use.

Otherwise, the Jackson Street garage is also fair game, though it is not free, and you can sometimes find street parking in the area.

## Under 21?

You are clearly a wunderkind if you’re coming to an Angular Meetup. But please help us keep these meetings safe and “up to code.”

Steer clear of any alcohol. We appreciate you doing your part. We want to keep having these, so please don’t get us shut down.

• What to bring
An appetite for food, drink and showcasing your best self in conversation, as well as your thoughtful questions for our speaker!