Join our first one-day
conference meetup. This time it's all about Angular and we have super exciting side topics about the real time web and the Google Chrome V8 engine. This is a community event and free as usual. All costs are covered by our awesome sponsors; even drinks and food.
Angular Automotive Lab
Come together with other angular developers and test and evaluate a web based infotainment stack. We will create, build and ship angular applications together with a lot of fun and bring it into real cars. Discover modern infotainment technologies and stacks.
- Please note: the lab is limited to 15 people
- Introduction & Talks
- Hands On & Coding
- Reserve for Automotive Lab
- Warm Welcome FrankenJS & e.solutions GmbH
- Angular Performance Improvements Gregor Biswanger, Angular Trainer
- Demystifying the Realtime Web Srushtika Neelakantam, Developer Evangelist
- Pizza & Beer 🍕🍻
- State Management with Redux Gregor Woiwode, Developer, Coach & Consultant
- Break ☕️
- Don't get lost in structure David Müllerchen, Angular Trainer
- Enterprise-Architectures for huge Angular Applications: Packages, Monorepos and Microservices Manfred Steyer, Google Developer Expert
- After Party 🍻🎶 DJ Frank von Welt
- Reserve for Talks
Angular Performance Improvements
Gregor Biswanger, Trainer & Consultant, Microsoft MVP
* Talk in German, slides in English.
Demystifying the Realtime Web
Srushtika Neelakantam, Developer Evangelist
Realtime has currently become an almost necessary element in any application. It conveniently fits right in, with almost any use case. It is sure to enhance the usability and feel of the overall application.
But what does a realtime web app truly mean? In this talk, we’ll look at what goes behind-the-hood for building realtime applications. Further, we’ll also discuss some challenges that arise when building such realtime apps and dig into solutions to those. Plus, a nice live demo, of course !
Srushtika Neelakantam is a Developer Advocate for Ably Realtime. She is a passionate tech advocate and loves realtime tech ! She is also a regular speaker at tech conferences worldwide and a co-author of “Learning Web-Based Virtual Reality” published by Apress. A longtime contributor and techspeaker at Mozilla, she loves to discuss the open web and its enormous opportunities.
State Management with Redux
Gregor Woiwode, Developer, Coach & Consultant
This talks makes you aware of common pitfalls rising as your Angular project grows. We will focus on how you can optimize the state management in your App using Redux.
First you will learn how the Redux Architecture works itself and which modeling aspects you should know to setup a beautiful unidirectional dataflow.
You will also get a taste of the ngrx/platform a popular framework that helps you integrating Redux with ease. Therefore, code examples are shown helping you to understand how Redux's building blocks (Store, Reducers, Actions, Effects) are working hand in hand.
Sigurd Schneider, Google
Don't get lost in structure.
David Müllerchen, Trainer & Consultant
It's a faq in my workshops, so I'll turn it into a talk. How to split a click dummy into modules and components? how to manage all the services? I'll show some technics I use to find out how to split.
David Müllerchen is a Angular trainer at workshops.de. He loves to speak and teach at meetups and conferences. In his meantime he works as a front-end developer. During leisure time he jumps through the parks with his kids or rides his racer. He also is a Organizer of the Hamburg Angular Meetup.
Enterprise-Architectures for huge Angular Applications: Packages, Monorepos and Microservices
Manfred Steyer, Google Developer Expert
Angular has been built with big enterprise applications in mind. But how to structure such applications to ensure maintainability in the long term? This session gives several answers by comparing different approaches. You learn how to leverage npm packages and how to publish them using an internal or public registry. We will also look at monorepos and see how they help to structure your applications. In addition to that, we see several possibilities for using Angular in microservice-based environments. All presented approaches are compared and evaluated. At the end you know your options as well as the advantages and disadvantages they come with, so that you can choose an approach for your projects.
Trainer and Consultant with focus on Angular. Google Developer Expert (GDE) who writes for O'Reilly, the German Java Magazine, windows.developer and Heise. Regularly speaks at conferences.
The venue is next to Nuremberg Central Station and can be reached by the following lines:
- Subway: U1 U2 U3
- Tram: 5, 7, 8
- Nightliner: N5, N6, N8
- All commuter and long distance trains
- Airport (12 minutes by U2)
The venue has no parking facilities. There are no free parking slots nearby.
The next commercial parking facility is Parkhaus Sterntor - only 5 minutes to the venue.
- Slots: 476
- It's open 24/7
- Maximum rate: 16€ / day
- You have to pay CASH
There are a bunch of hotels around the corner, for any budget.
Please keep in mind that our meetups are non profit and always for free. Every cent is covered by Sponsors and the content is provided by awesome community speakers and members.
We love feedback! But to keep fair: it's just semi-professional and no paid conference.
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