In 2017 I’m planning to speak at several conferences related to development of Web applications with the new Angular 2 framework. Below is the list of my presentations (each one is 90-min long). All of them can be delivered as a 2-day workshop in your organization.
Make a facelift to your Angular 2 app with UI libraries
Commercial applications need to be good looking, which means that you should pick up a rich library of UI components for your app. While Angular Material library offers two dozen of great looking components, this may not be enough for your application needs. The good news is that there are other libraries that you can use. In this presentation we’ll start with an overview of Angular Material components. Then we’ll proceed with another open-source library called PrimeNG, which offers more than 70 UI components. Finally, we’ll review the code of an Angular 2 app that uses both Angular Material and PrimeNG components.
Angular 2 for Java developers
Angular 2: Working with the component router
In this session you’ll see how to use the router that comes with Angular 2 Final. We’ll start with configuring the navigation in a simple app. Then you’ll see how to pass data to routes, work child routes, and create apps with multiple router outlets (auxiliary routes). We’ll also review a unit-test configuration for testing router. Finally, you’ll see how how to lazy load modules using the router.
Angular 2: Communication with the server via HTTP and WebSocket protocols
In this session you’ll see how create an Angular 2 app that can communicate with the servers via a pull (HTTP) and push (WebSocket) modes. We’ll program a simple Node server and then will go through a number of code samples that communicate with it using HTTP and WebSocket protocols. We’ll start with creating a simple NodeJS server, and then will enable it to handle HTTP requests from an Angular 2 app. Then you’ll see how to wrap a service into an observable stream. Finally, we’ll teach our server to perform a data push to an Angular 2 client using the WebSocket protocol.
Implementing inter-component communication in Angular 2
Angular 2 is a component-based framework with a well-defined API for passing data to and getting data from a component. Any application is a tree of components that often need to communicate with each other.
Using Observable Streams in Angular 2
Angular 2 includes RxJS, which is a library of reactive extensions built on the premise that everything is an observable stream.
Observables allow to introduce the push model to your application. First we’ll get familiar with the RxJS library, and then will continue reviewing observables in Angular 2. In this presentation you’ll see how to treat UI events, HTTP, and WebSocket connections as observable streams that push data. You’ll see how to wrap up any service into an observable stream so your application components can subscribe to it.
Angular 2 Tooling
2 thoughts on “My Angular 2 presentations for 2017”
Hi, Yakov! I have some question about this article https://jaxenter.com/angular-3-due-date-approaching-130142.html
As I understand it, Google is planning to release every 6 months, a new version of Angular. And here I have a question:
Will these versions backward compatible? If I now have a project in version 2.2, will it run on a Angular 3?
Wih best regards, Vladimir
Angular team has committed to abide by semantic versioning rules. This means that there won’t be any breaking changes in minor releases. So you can safely upgrade your app from 2.2 to 2.9.
The 3.0 version may include breaking changes, and you’ll need to test your app and make a decision: either stay on 2.9 or modify the code that breaks and then upgrade your app to 3.0.