Ng-Cruise — What the First Angular Cruise Experience Looks Like

  • When Thursday rolls around, we’ll sail into Key West .
  • The cruise and conference will be fantastic, and hope you’ll join us for an unforgettable experience!
  • Another important note – anyone who violates our code of conduct will be reported to the Angular team and all other Angular conferences, and may be banned from these events at the discretion of the conference organizers and the Angular team.
  • The ship has agreed to enforce our code of conduct, and anyone who we deem threatening the safety of our conference attendees will be escorted off the ship at the next dock and will be 100% responsible for transportation back to Miami with no renumeration from ng-cruise.
  • You don’t have to pay for the conference for others if those that you bring won’t be attending the workshops and talks.

Picture a multi-day conference hosted in the Caribbean paired with warm, sunny weather and Angular focused education, peers, and influencers at your fingertips. For the first time in ng-conf history…
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Don’t blame the framework: my experience with AngularJS and ReactJS

  • what still counts the most for a maintainable project is the developers’ commitment to write good and organized code.’
  • Most things that I complained about in the beginning were either because I was forcing the React way of doing things to Angular code or because I wasn’t experienced enough.
  • React components get data from the store directly and change the state by calling actions: it’s simple, elegant and prevents you from becoming insane.
  • When you meet redux/react together, the data communication between components is crazy simple you never think.
  • For me the main benefit of using these frameworks in a team is that you are all sticking to the same conventions.

Here are the key impacts in the long run of choosing between AngularJS and ReactJS, from a seasoned developer’s perspective.
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What’s the Best Programming Language to Learn in 2017?

  • I recently googled “what’s the best programming language to learn.”
  • Whatever language a developer chooses and uses daily becomes their preferred option.
  • It’s a solid language to start with unless you’re intending to develop browser-based applications.
  • WordPress powers 27.3% of the web and is written in PHP. PHP is used on 82.4% of web servers compared to just 2.7% for Java.
  • There are numerous sources of “best language” statistics, so that’s where we’ll begin …

Reflect on your skill set and career choices. Have you made the right decisions? Are there better options? Should you consider a change?
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  • $scope.clickedElement = 0; $scope.checkCount = function(index) { if($scope.clickedElement === 4) { alert(“Only 4 div can be selected.”
  • Real code is different but I tried to make it work as closely as possible, A user should only be able to select 4 divs at any given time otherwise a alert should stop them,
  • I am trying to make 4 div’s selectable at a single time otherwise end user should receive a alert saying you can’t select 5th…
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I have a large angularjs app… I am trying to make 4 div’s selectable at a single time otherwise end user should receive a alert saying you can’t select 5th…
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Nrwl

  • Victor has been on the Angular team since the inception of Angular 2.
  • Grow your team into expert Angular 2 developers, no matter where they start.
  • Ben leads the RxJS library which is the Observable library used in Angular 2, and has been a long-time contributor to Angular 1 and Angular 2.
  • Victor worked many years as a software architect helping build large Angular 1 applications.
  • Nrwl is founded by Angular team members and former Googlers Victor Savkin and Jeff Cross.

Angular 2 on-demand consulting, from core team members Jeff Cross and Victor Savkin
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Make custom attribute rules consistent with custom element name rules · Issue #2271 · whatwg/html · GitHub

  • The person using the attribute is not the same person that decided on its naming.
  • A small minority of developers using custom attributes are unhappy with data; 15x more are happy with data than are unhappy.
  • Developers of popular libraries with many attributes are not using data-.
  • But allowing for icons has many practical downsides—the same ones I listed before for allowing non- data- prefixes for custom data attributes.
  • Custom attributes need to start with data- .

html – HTML Standard
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Don’t blame the framework: my experience with AngularJS and ReactJS

Don’t blame the framework: Read about @besmaniotto's experience with #AngularJS and #ReactJS

  • what still counts the most for a maintainable project is the developers’ commitment to write good and organized code.’
  • Most things that I complained about in the beginning were either because I was forcing the React way of doing things to Angular code or because I wasn’t experienced enough.
  • React components get data from the store directly and change the state by calling actions: it’s simple, elegant and prevents you from becoming insane.
  • When you meet redux/react together, the data communication between components is crazy simple you never think.
  • For me the main benefit of using these frameworks in a team is that you are all sticking to the same conventions.

Here are the key impacts in the long run of choosing between AngularJS and ReactJS, from a seasoned developer’s perspective.
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