Past Meetup

Road To DevFest: An Evening of Angular

This Meetup is past

42 people went

PowerDMS

101 S. Garland Ave #300 · Orlando, FL

How to find us

Take stairs or elevator to 3rd floor. Outside building doors are close at 7pm

Location image of event venue

Details

This event is part of the Road To DevFest Tour
DevFest Florida tickets are available at
https://devfestflorida-orlando.eventbrite.com

Join us for an exciting evening of talks about new ways to build applications with Angular.

Talks

What's New in Angular
Stephen Fluin / Developer Advocate at Google

This talk will provide an update about the latest and greatest from the
Angular team in terms of pushing the productivity and efficacy of
developers all over the world. Learn about the latest releases, features,
and capabilities with a live coding demo, and get a sneak peak at where
Angular is headed in the future.

=====

Composing Accessible UIs with Angular Material Components
Michael Prentice / Software Consultant Angular Team

Angular Material provides core components and a Component Dev Kit. However, it's up to developers to integrate the various core components when creating an application. The docs are focused on individual components (behaviors, APIs, etc). In this talk, we'll dig deep into the code with concrete, real-world examples of how to compose a quality, accessible user experience with Angular Material.

=====

Making Angular Test Automation Awesome with Jest Testing Framework
Thomas Bottonari / Lead front-end developer at LSQ.com

Change is a constant in software development. As Angular developers, how do we create effective test automation solutions to maximize quality in our code? How do we integrate this automation into our CI/CD processes? Thomas Bottonari, lead front-end developer at LSQ financial, will share motivations, lessons learned and implementation tips for using Facebook Jest testing framework with Angular.

AGENDA
6:30PM Doors Open
7:00PM Making Angular Test Automation Awesome with Jest Testing Framework
Thomas Bottonari
7:30PM Composing Accessible UIs with Angular Material Components
Michael Prentice
8:00PM What's New in Angular
Stephen Fluin
9:00PM Doors Close