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Trip report from ng-conf 2018 – Angular Blog

  • Day 1 KeynoteIn our Day 1 Keynote we reflected on the growth of our community, walked through some of the improvements coming to Angular with our upcoming v6 release, and gave a sneak peek to some of the things we are doing under the hood with Ivy.
  • We hold https://angular.io up as an example of an Angular application that demonstrates and acts as a testing ground for many of our recommended best practices, including being search friendly without server side rendering.
  • Hands-on Full-Stack development with Nx and BazelBazel is the build system that Google and the Angular team use to keep incremental builds under 2 seconds.
  • Day 3 KeynoteThe Angular team receives many questions about when and where developers should be using many of the capabilities that are present in Angular.
  • Strategies for Server Side Rendering Angular ApplicationsWe provide an update on Angular Universal, walk through the ways Universal interacts with other projects such as Angular Elements, and cover a simple store example to break down the use of Angular Universal further.

A few of the Angular team members were able to attend and present at ng-conf this year. We owe a huge thank you to the organizers for putting on such a great event. There were a lot of amazing…

Trip report from ng-conf 2018A few of the Angular team members were able to attend and present at ng-conf this year. We owe a huge thank you to the organizers for putting on such a great event.

There were a lot of amazing sessions at ng-conf, and you can watch all of them on YouTube. The only reason Angular is successful is because we have a great community that contributes to the ecosystem and shares their knowledge with the world.

Here’s a brief summary of what the Angular team shared this year.

Day 1 KeynoteIn our Day 1 Keynote we reflected on the growth of our community, walked through some of the improvements coming to Angular with our upcoming v6 release, and gave a sneak peek to some of the things we are doing under the hood with Ivy.

5 must-dos to make your JS app search friendly (#7 will shock you!)We hold https://angular.io up as an example of an Angular application that demonstrates and acts as a testing ground for many of our recommended best practices, including being search friendly without server side rendering.

In this talk we cover some of the things we’ve learned from our successes and our mistakes.

Angular CDK and Material in 2018Angular Material and the CDK were built to make it easy to build great looking and great feeling applications more quickly. Watch as we live-code an application using some of the new components coming in…

Trip report from ng-conf 2018 – Angular Blog