Embrace the Angular 2 Ethos in Angular 1.x
Ionic 2: Your First @App
Building Performant Native Apps with NativeScript
Life Lessons from AngularAir
Reactive Programming with RxJS
Using Angular with WordPress
What I’ve Learned in 7 Years of Podcasting
Creating VR Experiences with Angular2 and WebGL
Data Dependency Management for Angular Apps with GraphQL
Angular 2 Q&A with the Angular Core Team
Upgrading an Angular 1.x app That Uses Babel & Browserify to Angular 2 and TypeScript
Angular 2 comes with a command-line tool called Angular CLI which can be used to easily scaffold components, run tests and perform other useful tasks.
Jason is the author of AngularOnRails.com which teaches Angular to developers coming from a Rails background. Jason’s current emphasis within Angular is the Angular 2 command-line interface.
The web is cool, but sometimes you need to push the boundaries of what you can do on a mobile device. With NativeScript you can build truly native apps with Angular 2, expanding on what’s possible using a “web” framework with native user interfaces, unlimited hardware access, robust animations, and a whole lot more. In this session you’ll see how it works. Come learn how to build native apps that your users and customers will love, and that you’ll have fun building ?
TJ VanToll is a front-end developer, author, and a principal developer advocate for Telerik at Progress Software. TJ has over a decade of web development experience, including a few years working on the jQuery team. Nowadays, he spends his time helping web developers build mobile apps through projects like NativeScript. TJ is @tjvantoll on Twitter and tjvantoll on GitHub.
Jeff is the CTO at GetHuman, Host of AngularAir, co-organizer of the Boston Angular Meetup and a Google Developer Expert (GDE) specializing in (of course) Angular! He is also an avid Red Sox and Star Wars fan.
The time has come to upgrade your Angular 1.x app to Angular 2. The problem is that you used Babel, Browserify, and maybe even Gulp to bundle your Angular 1.x app. How do you even start upgrading it all to Angular 2 & TypeScript? Fear not! Sergio will walk you through the upgrade process with a sample application and some live coding. Due to some issue with YouTube, this playback is not available.
Sergio Cruz is an application developer who is passionate about learning and sharing knowledge. Recently, he taught Code School’s React course, “Powering up With React.” When he is not typing code at Code School, you’ll find him speaking at or attending conferences. Find him on Twitter at @hashtagserg
On the surface, Angular 2 appears to be an entirely different creature from Angular 1.x. For many of us, we had to go back to the drawing board and learn Angular all over again. Then a strange thing happened. We began to approach our Angular 1.x applications differently. What had changed? What was different? Join us and learn how can we embrace the essence of Angular 2 to take your Angular 1.x applications to the next level!
Developer. Hacker. Community backer. Author and blogger. Console logger.
Ionic has revolutionized the way web developers make the transition mobile development, but there’s always room to improve and make the lives of new app developers easier. With Ionic 2, we’ve improved upon much of what made Ionic 1 great, while also keeping things simple and reducing the fatigue that developers can feel when learning a new tool. We’ll introduce you to the basic Ionic 2 concepts and build an app live.
Part of Ionic’s core team, Mike helps developers while they’re building their apps and also frequently speaks and writes about Ionic. In his spare time, he’s a hybrid app maker, occasional musician, and craft beer lover.
James is a self-confessed geek, who enjoys talking about programming and learning new technologies. He recently joined the Treehouse team as a teacher and is excited to have the opportunity to help beginners become developers. James also enjoys participating in the greater Northwest developer community, presenting talks in Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, and Boise. When he is not working, he can be found skiing with his wife and kids, remodeling the house, playing music with his band, or hanging out in the yard with his chickens.
WordPress is a great solution as a CMS, especially when working with a content creation team filled with non-developer content creators. Leveraging the WordPress REST API and AngularJS the sky is the limit on what you can build with that content. From Single Page Applications, to mobile apps, Angular and WordPress are a good match. I will run through some basics of the WordPress REST API, some potential use cases for what you can build with Angular, and why it is important for WordPress as a platform moving into the future.
Roy Sivan has been a developer for over a decade, and is currently a senior developer at Disney. He specializes in front-end development, but also does work with a lot of PHP. While most of his work days are spent working on WordPress themes and plugins, he spends evenings and weekends working on personal Angular projects and other node stack applications. Roy is also a Lynda.com author and has a course on using Angular to build out an application with WordPress.
Angular2 is a extremely powerful framework, it enables you to build complex forms and components but what about using it with WebGL and VR? I want to take you on a journey of building a VR interface that leverage the power of the Web using technology like WebGL for rendering and Angular2 for data orchestration and projection manipulation. Buckle up and grab a cardboard, its gonna be a fun ride!
GraphQL was born inside Facebook and is quickly becoming a new best practice for fetching data to web and mobile clients. We will talk about why GraphQL is a great solution for managing data dependencies on a component-based modern app.
Uri works at Meteor Development group at the Apollo team and is the creator of the angular-meteor library and the Angular-Apollo library which lets Angular developers integrate GraphQL into their apps. Uri travels around the world building infrastructure, applications and helping developers. He started with assembler, C++, then C# and WPF before taking on the web a few years ago. Since then he works to expand the Angular community to new areas like data integration with the server, Meteor and GraphQL.
2 days after the Angular 2.0 final release, the Core Team answers our questions about Angular 2.