Date(s) - 16/02/2021
19:00 - 21:00
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Hello Angular Athens friends,
the new year is here! And to keep the restless spirits occupied, our first 2021 meetup!
Diverse topics in this meetup with Mark talking about optimizing NGXS (Mark Whitfeld is the lead of the Angular NGXS team) and Fanis to introduce us to the world of Lazy Components.
So pick up a drink, put the meetup’s youtube stream on your TV or computer and join us!
Stream link: https://youtu.be/OHzykCt4kX4
19:00 – 19:05 – Introduction
19:05 – 19:50 – Optimising NGXS: Simple State & Smart Selectors – Mark Whitfeld
19:50 – 19:55 – Q&A
19:55 – 20:30 – Lazy Components – Fanis Prodromou
20:30 – 20:35 – Q&A
I am a software development consultant hailing from Durban South Africa. I have been a professional software developer for 20 years and I love open source software, TDD, clean code and cleanly architected systems. I am the team lead for the Angular NGXS state management library and have been doing Angular development since the early release candidates.
Optimising NGXS: Simple State & Smart Selectors
After a brief introduction to NGXS, I talk about some recommended practices for structuring your application in order to ensure maintainability, flexibility and performance as the application grows
Fanis is a Senior Software Engineer with a passion for Front End development with Angular. He has developed vast experience in code quality, application architecture, and application performance.
Being aware of how rapidly computer science and the tech aspects evolve, he tries to stay up to date by attending conferences and meetups by studying and trying new technologies. He loves to share his knowledge and help other developers.
He works in the ARCHITECHTS company as a Front-End Lead; he is a co-organizer of the Angular Athens meetup, he teaches Angular in Code.Hub and currently, he is authoring the book “Mastering Angular Reactive Forms”.
He enjoys spending time with his two cats, hikes, and scuba dive in his free time.
In this talk, Fanis will explain how to load components using selectors (it’s not that boring as it sounds :), how to load them dynamically, and how to lazy load them. The goal is to improve the performance and keep the codebase maintainable.
Click here for more info.