Links to all slides from ngVikings
I attended ngVikings 2019 and it was fantastic! It was my second one, after going to Helsinki last year. It was nice seeing some old friends and also making new ones. All of the talks I went to were quite interesting. I’m heading home now inspired to try new things.
At the end of each talk, the presenter(s) usually shared links to their slides, demo and other helpful resources. People were taking pictures of those links so I thought of collecting them all in one place for quick reference.
Shmuela Jacobs and Christoffer Noring
Create Your Own Hacker Nebula with Angular Blockly
Jeff Whelpley and Madelyn Whelpley
Add Native Mobile to Your Angular Projects: The Migration Story
Can you imagine a future without zones?
5 Tips to Improve User Experience with NgRx
Real world component libraries at scale
Katrin Freihofner and Stefan Baumgartner
It’s Alive! Machine Learning Writes Your Code! 🧠🔮
Uri Shaked and Dominic Elm
STORE TREK: The Voyage to Angular
Mike Ryan and Sam Julien
Dynamic and Lazy Loading: A Deep Dive
Native, Hybrid, PWA? How to deal with it?
Write Better Tests With TDD
Boost up your component development
Improving angular material table performance with pagination
Fabriece Sumuni and Nicolas Cassis
Authstronomy: The Science of Authenticating Angular Apps
Angular Revisited: Tree-shakable Components and Optional NgModules
Lars Gyrup Brink Nielsen
Leveraging Angular in Node.js with Nest
Bad Practices, what NOT to do in Angular
Caught in the middle!
Running in Parallel: NgRx with WebAssembly, Web Workers and Worklets
The State of the Angular tooling
Collect, Combine and Cache RxJS Streams for User-Friendly Results
Kenneth Rohde Christiansen
Frameworks and webcomponents
Creating Custom Structural Directives
Cross Platform with Angular and Ionic 4
Tuning Your Angular Application
Bonnie Brennan and Matt Carniatto
Strategic Domain-Driven Design: The missing link paving the way to your monorepo-based Angular architecture
Angular in a microservices world
Operate heavily dynamic UI’s with RxJS
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Modular Galaxy
Discover the power of decorators in TypeScript
Take a snapshot
Unleash the power of the Angular CDK
Reimagining the frontend-backend divide thanks to GraphQL
Deploying Your Angular Apps
Angular for the Visual Learner
Hope you had a great conference! After arriving home, take a few moments to think about your experience over the last two days — the talks you attended, the conversations you had or the new friendships you created. Hopefully that will inspire you to try something new, get involved in the community, or feel positive about the direction Angular is going.
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