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JS Summer Series - Intro to Angular
This summer we are going to explore three popular Javascript view frameworks, see how they work, and what is different about each one. - July: Introduction to React - August: Introduction to Angular - September: Introduction to Vue --- It's Angular August! In this workshop weโ€™ll be guided through the ngGirls ( tutorial to learn the fundamentals of Angular by creating a basic Angular app. We will learn about modules, components and services and work with the Angular CLI. The final product of the tutorial is a todo-list application that lets you add, delete and edit the todo items. For this workshop weโ€™ll be using Stackblitz ( so there is no pre-workshop setup needed but you may want to make sure Stackblitz works well with your preferred browser. Feel free to look at the installation page ( of the tutorial to feel super prepared before the workshop :) Please ping my on twitter ( or comment on this meetup with any questions you have. Iโ€™m looking forward to coding with you! --- WHAT TO BRING: You will want a laptop with a web browser. You can look at to explore the tools we will be using. PRESENTER: Tara Z. Manicsic is a lifelong student, teacher, and maker. She has spent her career using JavaScript on both back-end and front-end to create applications. A Developer Advocate for Progress, Google Developer Expert, and international technical speaker, she focuses on conveying the codebase she has learned. In her free time she works in her community to educate and learn from other developers. Tara launched the Cincinnati Chapter of Women Who Code and the Cincinnati branch of NodeSchool. Beyond code, Tara still makes things but with solder/clay/wool and hikes any mountain she can get to with her trusty sidekick, #toshmagosh. (devReach) (ngConf) (donut.js) (WTM Montreal) (tech cafeteria) --- Our mission is to inspire women to excel in technology careers. All Cincinnati Women Who Code events are open to everyone - all we ask is that attendees are here to learn, respect, and encourage each other. Please read the Code of Conduct for Women Who Code here: Want to learn more about Women Who Code? Visit the main website! --- Is your company interested in supporting Cincy Women Who Code? To host an event we need wifi, a room with a screen to teach from, space for 10-15 coders, plus snack and beverages. We would love to bring our community to your company! If you are interested, please reach out to us at [masked]

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