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Taming Forms in Angular

  • Yet with the right toolset we too can create magic.
  • Then we build for production – Webpack to the rescue.
  • Mission accomplished, application is now up in the cloud!
  • We’ll then learn how to create an API for our application in a serverless way and build a CICD pipeline in Azure.
  • Finally, with the right tools for monitoring and alerting we’ll stay on top of our application’s health and performance.

In this training, Pascal Precht will discuss template-driven and reactive forms, by creating an application that uses various form control types. We will learn how to use built-in validators, create our own custom validators and even custom form controls!

Learn the basics of Node.js and how you can use it to create applications and streamline your development process. We explore what Node.js is, what it is not, how asynchronous programming works, how it interacts with the operating system and much much more. We also will be diving into package management and module creation. This workshop is all about giving you the tools and mental models you need in order to be successful in Node.js.

Whether you and your team need to build a shared codebase from your web apps to your native mobile apps or just desire to share code between native iOS and Android apps, Nathan Walker, Jen Looper and Nitish Dayal will provide an in-depth look at NativeScript for Angular development. NativeScript is an open source framework for building truly native mobile apps with Angular, TypeScript or JavaScript.

We’ll go through a simple development to production workflow. First we code with a little help from the Angular CLI. Then we build for production – Webpack to the rescue. We then push our code to Github and deploy it on Node to Azure. Mission accomplished, application is now up in the cloud! 

We’ll then learn how to create an API for our application in a serverless way and build a CICD pipeline in Azure. Finally, with the right tools for monitoring and alerting we’ll stay on top of our application’s health and performance.

Chris Griffith, author of Mobile App Development…

Taming Forms in Angular

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