Morning Keynote: Rob Wormald

Friday, August 3rd 9:10 a.m. in the Marco Polo Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Rob is a Developer Advocate on the Angular team at Google. He’s the Angular team’s resident reactive programming geek and founded the Reactive Extensions for Angular project, ngrx. Connect with him on social: Twitter/@robwormald GitHub/robwormald

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Mobile App Dev with Angular and Ionic v4

Friday, August 3rd Marco Polo Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Presented by: Ely Lucas Use your existing web dev skills to build mobile apps for iOS, Android, and even progressive web apps with Angular and Ionic! Ionic is a free, open source framework that leverages web technologies to build cross platform apps on a single codebase. Ionic

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Securing Your Angular Application

Friday, August 3rd Four Square Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Presented by: Paul Sheriff Most business applications require a user to log in before they can use an application. In addition, menus and pages should only be available to certain users. This seminar shows you step-by-step how to secure menus using a security service and lock routes

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Reusable Animations

Friday, August 3rd Four Square Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Presented By: Sam Brennan In this talk we will go over how to take your animations to the next level. By using reusable animations, your project will not only be more efficient but more manageable than it was before learning these best practices.

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When Teammates Don’t Care About Performance

Friday, August 3rd Marco Polo Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Presented by: Ado Kukic and Chris Sevilleja Can you really have too much performance? In this talk we examine common and uncommon pitfalls that Angular developers fall for everyday and ways around them. We’ll analyze, debug, run performance tests, and improve the performance of a poorly written Angular application

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You Might Not Need NgRx

Friday, August 3rd Marco Polo Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Presented by: Mike Ryan NgRx is a Redux-inspired framework for Angular applications.  It manages state and side effects, helping you build applications that are easier to test, strongly typed and more performant; however, these benefits can add complexity.  Luckily, there are a set of hard rules and

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PLAN-IT OF THE APPS! (A STRUCTURE FOR PREPARING YOUR NGUPGRADE)

Friday, August 3rd Four Square Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Presented by: Sam Julien There are tons of resources out there on *how* to upgrade from AngularJS to Angular, but no one ever talks about how to approach such a monumental task – and if you even should. How do you figure out where to start, which

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Thin Components with GraphQL

Friday, August 3rd Four Square Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Presented by: Bonnie Brennan This talk will introduce GraphQL and briefly explain this modern alternative to REST APIs. We’ll see how you can use all the awesome modern features (like RxJS!) even if you’re still dependent on an older database.

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Animations in an Angular World

Friday, August 3rd Four Square Ballroom, Curtis Hotel Presented by: Alyssa Nicoll If we aren’t doing it for the users, who are we doing it for? How often have you used something — or even more painfully, witnessed someone using something — that was poorly designed? Perhaps the creators did not fully think through their

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