Sharing Top Content from the Angular-sphere.

Don’t forget the ATL @Angular meetup this coming Wednesday. Learn more here:

  • Who we’re geared towards:

    For both newbies and professional front-end developers interested in AngularJS and JavaScript.

  • Workshops, speakers, networking and more to help our community grow and learn from each other.
  • We try to schedule speakers for popular topics on both Angular and front-end development, who can present to those new to Angular as well as experienced developers.
  • If there’s anyone you wish to recommend to speak, or topic matter on, please submit to the organizers we would love to know your thoughts:

    *Youtube channel coming soon with previous presentations for those who couldn’t make it

    We’re looking for community members to do “Lightning Demos”.

  • *If you’re looking into the job market check out our message board for Jobs that are available

    *Resources on current topics of discussion on all things AngularJS

    *Messages from the organizers and AngularJS community

    Where else you can connect with us and join the conversation:

    *Join the conversation on Twitter @ATL_AngularJS and Instagram @atl_angularjs

    *Check us out and join the conversation LinkedIn group

*NOTE: The location for this one event is being hosted at our sponsor Springbots location.
1201 Peachtree St NE #400, Atlanta, GA 30361
Building 400 is the

@ATL_TechEvents: Don’t forget the ATL @Angular meetup this coming Wednesday. Learn more here:

*NOTE: The location for this one event is being hosted at our sponsor Springbots location.

1201 Peachtree St NE #400, Atlanta, GA 30361

Building 400 is the building at Colony Square with the Starbucks and Chick-fil-a.Use the elevators for floors 2-14 and go to floor 4.There will be posted signs on where to go from there. Parking is not free but the Marta Station is across the way.

Social Time 6:30-7:00 

House Chores 7:00-7:10

Presentation 7:10

Many of us have built AngularJS applications and some of us want to use the new awesome of Angular 2.x+. ¬†The Angular team has published a service for upgrading from AngularJS to Angular called ngUpgrade so we can use the latest cool.¬†In this talk, we’ll briefly talk about the high-level differences between AngularJS and Angular, discuss strategies for getting ready for the upgrade, and walk through different strategies for performing the upgrade.¬†

Presented by 

Dustin Goodman

ngUpgrade

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