Are you building Angular apps today? Are you following established best practices? How easy will it be to maintain and refactor the application in the future? If you’re starting a new application from scratch, what application architecture should be used? These types of questions are common when building any type of application especially when you’re focused on meeting a deadline. While there’s a lot of information out there about the core concepts of Angular, very little focuses on architectural concepts, best practices, and how to solve some of the more challenging tasks that come up. That’s the purpose of this workshop.
Who should attend
This one day workshop is for developers who are skilled in the basics of Angular but are looking to take the next steps.
Participants can find instructions on how to prepare for the class here:
What will you learn
This workshop will provide guidance to help you think through the process of building a solid application architecture with Angular (version 7+) that is easy to refactor and maintain. Some of the topics covered include:
- Planning your application architecture
- Structuring features and modules
- Gating and optimizing your routes
- Component communication
- State management
- Performance optimizations
Come and engage in a day of in-depth discussions and hands-on examples of different architecture concepts and best practices that can be applied to your Angular applications.
About the instructor
John Papa is a Principal Developer Advocate with Microsoft, former technologist for Disney, and an alumnus of the Google Developer Expert, Microsoft Regional Director, and MVP programs. He’s passionate about Web and mobile technologies and often enjoys speaking around the world at keynotes and sessions for conferences including NgConf, Build, Ignite, VSLive and AngleBrackets. John is a co-host of the popular Adventures in Angular podcast, author of the Angular Style Guide, several books, and many popular Pluralsight courses.
The course is taking place in Learning Actors premises, 62A Ethnikis Antistasis, Chalandri, Greece.