Javascript Track Kickoff - Let's Talk Angular!

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City House, 3 Cranwood Street, London · EC1V 9PE

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The venue is very, very near Old Street station (5 minutes or less away).

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To kick off the Women Who Code London Javascript Track - we will start off with a talk about Angular from 2 speakers (one is a Google Developer Advocate visiting London this Monday, August 7 and a Google Dev Expert (GDE) on Angular.

Rough Schedule -
6:00 - 6;30pm Arrival / Food / Drinks / Networking
6:30 - 7:05pm Implementing Motion in Angular (v4.3+) by Gerard Sans
7:05 - 8:00pm Build Awesome Data-Driven Applications With Angular + Firebase by Stephen Fluin
8:00 - 8:30 More networking / food / drinks

TALK - Implementing Motion in Angular (v4.3+) by Gerard Sans
Keywords: Angular, Animations, Motion, v4.3+

In this talk we are going to cover some of the 12 principles behind UX Motion giving practical examples. We will focus on these principles while covering some implementation details using new animation features introduced in Angular v4.3.

Gerard ( very excited about the future of the Web and JavaScript. Always happy Computer Science Engineer and humble Google Developer Expert. He loves to share his learnings by giving talks, trainings and writing about cool technologies. He loves running AngularZone and GraphQL London, mentoring students and giving back to the community.

TALK - Build Awesome Data-Driven Applications With Angular + Firebase by Stephen Fluin

The web today is Asynchronous, and users expect your applications to reflect the latest data and changes instantly. Firebase and Angular come together in AngularFire to offer real time data binding and data management tools.

At this session you will:
Learn about best practices for getting started with Angular
Learn about Firebase's Tools for realtime data and hosting
Learn about data management tools, lifecycles, and super-powers available to you

Stephen is a Developer Advocate on the Angular Team at Google. Stephen works to solve real world problems faced by developers and businesses, and to represent the needs of the community within the Angular team.