Salt Lake City, Utah, is a beautiful place to have a conference. The organizers must realize that, as they planned ski trips and other events all around the show. That said, I’ve been locked up in my hotel room for the most part digesting what I’ve learned in Day 1. There is a live stream of the conference, and the YouTube videos are coming quickly, but I figured I’d devote two quick DevNews episodes to a first-person recap.I will be blogging for months based on the material I’ve picked up here.
Here are a few highlights of the conference, day 1.
Topics and linked videos
- Angular Keynote with Igor Minar and Brad Green
- The New Router with Brian Ford
- Angular 1.4 Update – State of 1 x – by Pawel Kozlowski & Lucas Galfaso
- Benchpress – see Fast from the Start – by Jeff Cross
- Prototyping with Angular? YES – Kelly Knight and Dirk Ginader
- AtScript -> TypeScript 1.5 features, retiring AtScript – TypeScript and ES6 – Dan Wahlin & Andrew Connell
- Angular 1.4 and 2.0 will integrate with new APIs that are cross compatible (new router being the initial one)
- If you want to laugh yourself to death (and you know enough Angular to do so) watch the Angular Wat talk.
- New site for Angular 2.0 – angular.io
- Angular New Router Main resource page – code at github.com/angular/router
- TypeScript main web site – AtScript will be built in to 1.5 of TypeScript
All of ng-conf 2015 will be available as a YouTube playlist – in fact, right now!
Other specific ng-conf day 1 videos
- Creating Container Components with Web Components and Angular – Kara Erickson & Rachael L. Moore
- ngTasty – Leonardo Zizzamia
- Community Building How To Make More Angular Devs Now – Judy Tuan
- Accessibility Design Made Easy – Julie Ralph
- Why Realtime Matters – James Tamplin
- ngModelOptions in 5 minutes – Kent C. Dodds
- How to Teach Angular to your Kids – Katya Eames
- Run Digest Cycle in Web Worker – Dr. Gleb Bahmutov, PhD
- Sasqwatch is Real – William Scott Moss
- Ionic and Angular Superpowers for Mobile App Development – Adam Bradley
- Angular Behind The Scenes – Rodric Haddad