[DEV TRACK] - Stock Trading: Angular2

A session at UXDEV SUMMIT

Friday 5th February, 2016

10:15am to 11:00am (EST)

If you are interested in developing Single Page Applications or if you’d like a preliminary ramp up for the Ionic Framework, Angular can accomplish both. Angular is a client-side MVW JavaScript framework for writing compelling web applications.

Ideal for developing Single-Page Applications (SPAs) or as a preliminary ramp-up for the Ionic Framework, Angular, a client-side MVW JavaScript framework for writing compelling web applications, the MVW (model-view-whatever) pattern, can be used to shift traditional server-side logic found in controllers and bring it client-side. This session will offer a futuristic spin on the web and its upcoming features and standards. Attendees will learn to unlock the power of two-way bindings, decrease network latency, and reduce overall server-side cost.

Learn about Angular 2 by digging into an example stock tracking app built with TypeScript and ES6. The future of Angular is built around the concept of components, and through an example driven session you’ll see how the architecture of Angular 2 empowers developers to create versatile and powerful applications.

Angular 2 is written with TypeScript and ES6+, and developers can take advantage of the same benefits in their applications. TypeScript provides more robust typing for variables, additional syntax and code error linting, as well as a compiler for ES6+ features.

During this session you will learn about:

– Angular 2 architecture

– What role TypeScript plays in apps

– How to leverage ES6+ features

– How Angular components are the foundation of apps

– How to generate scaffolding and writing tests

– Differences between Angular 1 and 2

No knowledge of Angular, TypeScript, or ES6 is assumed, but any background is helpful.

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Time 10:15am11:00am EST

Date Fri 5th February 2016

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