Angular Code: Ivy and the View Engines and Angular Animations #1

    22. Januar 2020 um 18:30 – 22:30
    LeanIX GmbH
    Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 37
    53113 Bonn

    The first Bonn Code Meetup will be very Frontend heavy with two talks focusing on Angular topics. For the physical well-being there will be Pizza and cold beverages.

    >>> Agenda <<<
    • 18:30 – 19:00: Arrival, get to know each other
    • 19:00 – 20:00: Ivy and The View Engines + Q&A
    • 20:00 – 21:00 Angular Animations + Q&A

    >>> Talks <<<

    >> Ivy and The View Engines <<
    by Paul Jacks
    REWE Digital

    __Talk description__
    One of the best things with Angular is that in order to make great applications you don’t need to know all that grimy stuff that goes on under the hood. But if you’re like me, you’re still going to try. What are the responsibilities of the view engine? How can tree-shaking speed up our run-time? We will also cover what is new in Ivy, how it differs from Renderer2 and how we can make the most of it – with examples.
    What is differential loading really? How does it help? Does it even help? Hint, yes, it really does. Why should we keep small bundle sizes in Angular? How does Ivy make the bundles smaller?
    These are some of the questions you’ll be able to answer after the talk, and hopefully – You will be as optimistic for Ivy as I am.

    >> Angular Animations <<
    by Patrick Surrey
    LeanIX GmbH

    __Talk description__
    The frontenders at LeanIX have started to invest a lot more time into creating beautiful and useful animations in our product this year. In this talk I will share the challenges we came across and best practices we established. What to animate, how to implement different types of animation triggers (hovering, clicking, scrolling, programmatically) and some common pitfalls and bugs.
    I will also showcase the most interesting animations we’ve built and how to leverage rxjs to for even more reactive animation triggers.

    We are happy to become a part of the great meetup landscape that has developed in Bonn over the recent years and look forward to continue to learn, laugh and network with all of you :-)


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