U utorak 28. februara u ICT hubu u Beogradu na adresi kralja Milana 10, sa početkom od 18h Armada JS organizuje svoj prvi ovogodišnji meetup.
Pored dva fenomenalna predavača očekuje vas i Networking posle predavanja.
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Predavači i teme predavanja:
Michael Hladky – Google Developer Expert
Michael Hladky is a Google Developer Expert (GDE), Microsoft MVP, trainer, and consultant with a focus on Angular and RxJS. For years he has been helping companies and developers to set up scalable architectures and performant processes enabling teams to keep up with state-of-the-art development. A vibrant member of the tech community, he organizes multiple community events and workshops each year to give back.
Signals & fine grained reactivity in Angular
On Angular’s roadmap is one item that is most probably the biggest change to the framework ever done: „Making zone.js optional“.
As part of this effort they are revisiting Angular’s reactivity model and will introduce a new reactive primitive to handle change detection. It will improve bundle size, runtime performance and more.
I will use an existing Signals implementation to demonstrate how a simple reactive primitive could get integrated in the framework and used to create reactive components.
That said, this talk will demonstrate fine grained reactivity and zone-less applications in a new flavor. It demonstrates modern Angular applications at the cutting edge.
- Simplify reactivity
- Improve debugging
- Reduce application bundle size
- Change detection strategies with or without zone.js
Aleksandar Simovic – Lead Software Engineer @ Science Exchange
Aleksandar is a Lead Software Engineer at Science Exchange and co-author of „Serverless Applications with Node.js“, a book published by Manning Publications, and of the book “Realtime GraphQL Apps with AppSync”. He is an AWS Serverless Hero, and also together with Slobodan Stojanovic, runs the JS Belgrade, Serverless Belgrade and Wardley Maps Belgrade communities.
Building GraphQL APIs using AWS AppSync
AWS AppSync is a fully managed serverless GraphQL service designed to streamline API development, with real-time and offline capabilities. This lecture will demonstrate how to build GraphQL APIs that scale quickly and are pay-per-use, by harnessing AppSync’s seamless AWS service integration, flexible data sources, and fine-grained access control. You will also learn how to build and operate responsive, collaborative applications on AWS.