Talk: Demystifying Token Authentication in NgRx & Bridging Parallel Universes: Upgrading Huge Apps with Angular Elements
So, you’ve got a shiny new Angular application and you’re thrilled to be managing your state with NgRx. You’ve got your store, reducers, and actions set up, but your boss asks you an innocent question during your first demo: “How do I log in?” You stare blankly, realizing that you’ve never thought about that. Isn’t it the same as in a regular Angular application? How does authentication in NgRx work, anyway? (And not just tutorial authentication — real authentication using tokens!)
I’ve got your back in this talk. You’ll learn not only the HOW of token-based authentication in NgRx, but also the WHY. We’ll talk about managing app-wide authentication state through the store, dispatching actions through effects, and keeping your application safe using authentication best practices.
Bridging Parallel Universes: Upgrading Huge Apps with Angular Elements
How do you jump between the AngularJS universe and the Angular universe without tearing the fabric of reality?
If you’ve got a giant AngularJS application, you’ve probably been stumped (and frustrated!) by how to get it moved to Angular. ngUpgrade doesn’t seem to be a good option for you and you roll your eyes at anyone who suggests rewriting this behemoth from scratch. What are you supposed to do?
Luckily, there’s a new kid on the block that’s here to help: Angular Elements. Angular Elements lets you use tiny Angular apps as reusable custom web elements, which happens to be an excellent strategy for migrating big applications from AngularJS.
Until now, though, there hasn’t been much real-world content on HOW to actually do this. Sam Julien, Mad Upgrade Scientist, is here to help!
In this talk, you’ll learn how to plan your migration with Angular Elements, how to migrate components and services, and tips on how to bundle your custom elements.
You’ll leave this talk feeling like the master of the upgrade multiverse!
Sam Julien is an Angular GDE, creator of UpgradingAngularJS.com, and a Content Engineer for Auth0. He’s also the co-organizer of Angular Portland. When he’s not coding or writing, you’ll find Sam camping or hiking like a good Oregonian.