Free coffee, pizza and a special guest. Heidelberg's SummerEdition Angular meetup is coming. 🚀Join us for a great talk 🗣️"CDK – Toolbox for Angular", community updates and networking 🤝.
It's summertime! This means that you have to wear short summer clothes and you might want to bring your 🏓table tennis bat. The event takes place outdoors. 🏝⛱
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Be quick: ONLY 30 SEATS!
#ngHeidelberg v7 - TALK:
CDK – Toolbox for Angular
When developing enterprise apps with Angular, we need a rich set of UI components in order to be fast and efficient. But what happens if there is no ready-made component for a use case available? The "Component Dev Kit" (CDK) comes to the rescue. It simplifies the development of wizards, popups, drag & drop and other component behaviours. In this talk, Christian will give an overview of the CDK followed by some live coding.
The talk will be held in English.
ABOUT CHRISTIAN JANZ
HOW TO GET THERE:
By car 🚗
Parking in the direct area is officially only allowed at the parking lots of the main station (Hauptbahnhof).
By train/ bus 🚃🚌
The route is super easy. Leave the main station (Hauptbahnhof), walk to the big horse and then keep right and follow the street "Kurfürsten-Anlage". The funny octagonal building is the "Fensterplatz".
18:30 - Doors open
19:00 - Official beginning of the meeting
19:00 - 19:15 - Round of Introduction
19:15 - 20:15 - 🍕Pizza, 🍺Beer & 🤝Networking & 🏓Table Tennis
20:15 - 20:30 - Community Updates
20:30 - 21:30 - 🗣️Talk by Christian
21:30 - Official end of the meeting
Coffee ☕ and water is for free (sponsored) at the bar. You can order other beverages from the bar, too. Everything which is not coffee or water must be paid on you own. Please do not take a drink directly from the fridge! Always place you order to one of the Fensterplatz staff. Pizza 🍕comes for free, too (sponsored by Angular.Schule).
There is free WLAN available. A mobile phone will be very useful, since you are encouraged to tweet with the official hashtag #ngHeidelberg.
Photography: Pictures will be taken. They will be added to meetup.com and to social media platforms like twitter. If you don't agree to be photographed, please mention this to the organisers of the meeting (Johannes and Martina). We respect this and will not take a photo of you or anonymise the picture before publishing.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Please play fair. This is our code of conduct: https://berlincodeofconduct.org/