📢 Don’t miss our meetup tomorrow. About Angular as a platform & React form w/ ease. Happy to see you 7pm @arangodb

  • Angular’s shift away from direct DOM access, allows for using it to build apps on all sorts of platforms.
  • Desktop apps, fully native mobile apps and even microcontrollers can all be developed for with Angular.
  • In this session, we’ll develop a web app, a fully native mobile app and an IoT-app all based on Angular and a similar code base.
  • You’ll learn how to share code between these platforms and how you should design your architecture to build such robust Angular applications.
  • But mind you, you’ll learn a lot of good practices for your Angular based web development and you’ll gain a deep understanding of the philosophy behind the Angular framework.

This Time it’s all about Angular and React.
Angular is not a web framework! by Julian Steiner
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@cgnjs: 📢 Don’t miss our meetup tomorrow. About Angular as a platform & React form w/ ease. Happy to see you 7pm @arangodb

This Time it’s all about Angular and React.

Angular is not a web framework! by Julian Steiner

… Angular is a platform! Angular’s shift away from direct DOM access, allows for using it to build apps on all sorts of platforms. Desktop apps, fully native mobile apps and even microcontrollers  can all be developed for with Angular.

In this session, we’ll develop a web app, a fully native mobile app and an IoT-app all based on Angular and a similar code base. You’ll learn how to share code between these platforms and how you should design your  architecture to build such robust Angular applications.

Due to the fun technologies involved this will be a playful session. But mind you, you’ll learn a lot of good practices for your Angular based web development and you’ll gain a deep understanding of the philosophy  behind the Angular framework.

Forms in React – Tales of a Maniac by Florian Scholz

Since the appearance of React on the stage of web development, it became increasingly clear that there are huge benefits to gain from using a one-way-databinding. Due to this way of handling changes in state, however, forms are notoriously labor intensive. At least if they are bigger and more complex than the infamous todo-list app. In this talk I will shortly outline some of the challenges we at heartbeat had to overcome in order to efficiently create dozens of complex forms. In the second part, I will show the solutions we found during this journey, how far we are with implementing them and what you can expect to be open-sourced soon.

After the talks, stick around, have a drink and a chat or two. A great opportunity to get to know fellow JavaScripters. A big thank you to ArangoDB, last but not least a well stocked fridge is waiting for us.

Actually – none of them 😀

It is more about the findings of our exploration in this area over the last months and to which tradeoffs it lead us – plus a preview of the library we wrote and are right now finalizing before releasing into the wild.

In fact, redux and similar libraries will only play a very small role, simply because you could store the state of the form in whichever way you like, just like you could with a single input field.

June meetup

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