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Angular at Node.indy (Angie’s List)

  • “Angular 2 is a JavaScript framework that helps you build rich, interactive Single Page Applications.
  • This presentation will cover the basics of Angular 2 and the advantages of TypeScript – a language that adds features to JavaScript, including strong typing.
  • David Giard is a former accountant and a former biochemist, who has been developing solutions using Microsoft technologies for over two decades.
  • He is a Microsoft MVP; an ASP.NET Insider, an Azure Insider, a member of the INETA Board of Directors; and on the leadership teams of the Great Lakes Area .
  • David has presented at dozens of conferences and user groups around the country.

Thanks to Stephen Grogg and Node.indy for inviting AngularJS Indy members to this meetup.

“Angular 2 is a JavaScript framework that helps you build rich,

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Thanks to Stephen Grogg and Node.indy for inviting AngularJS Indy members to this meetup.

“Angular 2 is a JavaScript framework that helps you build rich, interactive Single Page Applications. 

This presentation will cover the basics of Angular 2 and the advantages of TypeScript – a language that adds features to JavaScript, including strong typing. You will learn about data binding, event binding, routing, and observables.

David Giard will be presenting.   David Giard is a former accountant and a former biochemist, who has been developing solutions using Microsoft technologies for over two decades. He is a Microsoft MVP; an ASP.NET Insider, an Azure Insider, a member of the INETA Board of Directors; and on the leadership teams of the Great Lakes Area .NET User Group and the Ann Arbor Day of .NET. David has presented at dozens of conferences and user groups around the country. He is the host and producer of the mildly popular online TV show Technology and Friends. He is the co-author of the Wrox book “Real World .NET, C#, and Silverlight.”

Angular at Node.indy (Angie’s List)

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