Luckily, August was overloaded with top quality Angular meetup videos. To make things easier for you folks, we’ve once again decided to share our favorites.
The DSpace community is anticipating the largest release ever in 2020 with DSpace 7. The platform is used in thousands of research institutions around the globe and powers systems including dspace.mit.edu, dash.harvard.edu and openknowledge.worldbank.org. If you download an academic paper through Google Scholar today, the chance is large that it is served to you thanks to a DSpace institutional repository. The talk aims to briefly introduce the scope and usage of the DSpace software. Attendees will learn how the governance of the DSpace community is structured, and what lead to the decision to drop the two legacy UIs, JSPUI and XMLUI, in favour of an endeavour to introduce Angular as the new UI layer.
Here are two meetups in a single video!
WHAT’S NEW IN ANGULAR CLI V10 by Doug Parker
Doug joined the Angular team last November as a software engineer on the tooling team. He is excited about anything related to TypeScript or Progressive Web Apps and is obsessed with making developer’s lives easier and simpler in any way he can. The Angular team just realized version 10 which includes some cool new changes to the CLI and tooling infrastructure. In this talk, Doug covers the new changes, how they affect developers, the motivations behind them, and how to best take advantage of them.
INTRO TO SCHEMATICS by Natalia Venditto
Natalia is an Angular GDE and Principal Frontend Software Engineer. In this talk, Natalia teaches us what schematics are, how are they used and in which way they can help you solve problems, standardize patterns, and enforce best practices in your Angular projects.
Angular Ivy features strictTemplates, a compiler flag that turns on much stronger validation and type-checking of component templates. Learn how the new type-checking works and how to migrate a large project onto stricter type-checking with Alex Rickabaugh from ng-conf: Hardwired.
With the help of Manfred Steyer, we explore a case study on how to use proven domain-driven design principles to make the architecture of your Angular project maintainable in the long term. You also learn how to combine these ideas with best practices from the Angular community.
First, we define a strategic and tactical design for our case study, which we then implement with a monorepo that reflects our sub-domains. Then you learn in individual demonstrations how the use of libraries, APIs, facades, domain events, and access rules between libraries can ensure loose coupling and thus better maintainability.
In the end, you have a case study that you can use as a template for your projects.
With Angular Ivy, entry components are no more. Join Yvonne Allen to reminisce about our time with entry components and learn how these type of components are being handled today in Angular 9.