Angular Talk & Code

  • The Hamburg AngularJS Meetup is a meetup around the Angular framework.
  • It’s a shame, I’m not in Hamburg for the first Angular meetup of 2017 :-/
  • Web developer trying to build bigger AngularJS SPAs
  • Misko, the father of Angular, is known for being a huge promoter of automated testing.
  • I actually got to know about him from his testing articles on his blog, even before he created Angular.

this time we will have two interesting talks.

Talk #1:
Automated Testing with Angular? Of course!Misko, the father of Angular, is known for being a huge promoter of automated testing. I actually got

@angular_hamburg: Don’t miss our meetup on Wednesday.
@HQLabsSoftware 7pm. This gonna be awesome!!

this time we will have two interesting talks.

Talk #1: 

Automated Testing with Angular? Of course!

Misko, the father of Angular, is known for being a huge promoter of automated testing. I actually got to know about him from his testing articles on his blog, even before he created Angular. So it’s no surprise automated testing plays a big role in Angular as well. In this session I’d like to share with you some of my learnings as well as strategies for testing Angular 2 apps.

Speaker: @juristr Full stack w/ passion for frontend • loves writing about tech • author: Learning Angular 2 Directives • DZone MVB • #craftyrol organizer

Talk #2:

ES6 is among us now and it introduced many new useful features, which makes solving typical everyday JavaScript challenges a lot easier. Let’s go through real life examples to create code that is dynamic, robust and maintainable.

Warning: This talk may contain traces of Arrow Functions, Template Strings, Destructuring, Proxies, Generators, Iterables, Classes, Promises, Sets, Maps and Functional Programming.

Speakers: @KimHogeling

Happy Web Developer @shopping24 Obsessed with performance, functional programming and music

Talk #3: 

Angular and React: Make code not war

Abstract:

We are all tired of those blog posts bashing web frameworks,

especially React or Angular. Instead we will focus on the shared ideas of both frameworks and where they diverge and what that means.  We will look through a couple of common scenarios and see how they can  be solved in React and in Angular. No need to have any experience in  React.

Speaker: Oliver Zeigermann (@DJCordhose) is a developer and architect from Hamburg who has worked in several Angular and React projects using Flow and  TypeScript

Angular Talk & Code