ng-India

February 24, 2018 | Gurgaon, India

Single Day

Full day deep dive learning
of Angular

11 talks

Detailed sessions
on latest of Angular

11 Speakers

Industry Experts
sharing knowledge

300+ Delegates

11 Experts and
discussing Angular

Angular Leaders' Messages

Scott Hanselman

Deborah Kurata

Dan Wahlin

Joe Eames

Jeffery Fritz

Shai Reznik

Sanjay Manaktala

Agenda - 8 AM to 6.30 PM

8:00 - 8:30

Registration with Morning Tea

8:30 - 9:00
(30 mins )

Capture the mobile market with your web skills using NativeScript

Shiva Prasad

Ever wanted to develop Native mobile apps but couldn’t find the time to learn new languages? Or, you tried Hybrid app development but were not happy with the performance?

NativeScript is here to offer you the best of Hybrid and Native development workflow. With NativeScript, you are already a Mobile app developer! You will get a development experience which is similar to the web, while still getting a Native mobile app as the end result. You read that right! a Native mobile app!, no web view, we promise

Say bye bye to Hybrid apps, and Hello to NativeScript, because building cross platform mobile apps is simpler using NativeScript. Get to market upto 5x faster than native approach, with no compromise to performance. Not convinced yet? You can aim for Web as well thanks to code sharing available with NativeScript. Let’s explore the world of JavaScript driven Native Mobile with NativeScript!

9:00 - 9:30
(30 mins )

Create cross framework Components using Angular Elements

Pankaj Parkar

Angular provides awesome features to develop enterprise-grade applications complete with re-usable components.

But it becomes painful,when it comes to sharing common component between different projects which are based on different frameworks and when you want to embed Angular component inside CMS application as a widget

For such scenarios, Angular Elements is the way to go for it. Angular Elements API allows you to write Custom Elements in the Angular way. You can embed them into any web application.This enables you to write re-usable Angular components and widgets which can be used inside React, Vue, Preact or even with vanilla JS apps!

You'll get to see a demo covering, how to embed such custom elements in a web application which runs on React, Vue or Preact

9:30 - 10:15
(45 mins )

Practitioner's view on Angular Server Side Rendering

Rahul Gupta

Do you know Angular can run on a server too? That's what we call Server Side Rendering. In this session Rahul will demonstrate how to run Angular at Server using Angular Universal. You will see how Universal App talks to Express run time. I will learn about frequent pitfalls possible when doing server side rendering. Finally Rahul will show how a production quality app can gracefully transition between server rendered view and browser rendered view.

10:15 - 11:00
(45 mins)

Keynote session

Shradha Sharma

11:00 - 11:30
(30 mins)

Tea Break and networking

11:30 - 12:15
(45 mins)

5 Important Tips to boost performance of an Angular App

ShivPrasad Koirala

In this session,You will run through some important performance tuning techniques like Lazy loading, webpack , tree-shaking , rollup , change detection strategies , caching and AOT. This is complete demo based session to help you in writing high performamce Anngular app

12:15 - 1:00
(45 mins)

Frameworks and Tools for Progressive Web Apps, How, What & Why

Manjula Dube

Mobile web or mobile app? The debate has raged for years. Now, there’s an emerging solution that takes advantage of the strengths of both to create a better experience: Progressive Web Apps (PWA).

In this talk, you learn about: best practices for PWAs that you should be taking advantage of, the tools that exist to assist developers coming from a wide variety of backgrounds, the philosophies, and visions behind these tools, and practical tips for getting started.

Two years ago, developers needed to do most of the plumbing themselves to take advantage of the new APIs available in the browser, but today we have powerful and robust tools that can help developers of any background to quickly ship more engaging applications. Companies using it aggressively.

1:00 - 1:30
(30 mins)

Angular Reactive Forms

Dhananjay Kumar

Angular has two types of Forms- Reactive Forms and Template Driven Forms. In this talk, you will learn about all things required to create a Reactive Forms like FormControl, FormGroup, FormArray, FormBuilder, Validators. You will also learn to create custom validation , conditional validations, and change listening.

1:30 - 2:30
(60 mins)

Lunch Break

2:30 - 3:15
(45 mins)

Demystifying Web Components as the weapon for Web Convergence

MAppMechanic

The web is evolving at light speed and all the web applications are trying to catch up. It has become very difficult for a new developer or even an existing developer to decide which Framework or Tool to choose for his next project. Angular, React, Ember, Vue are few of the myriad of options available, and some time evaluating few of these for the best fit is unending.

All the browsers have come to a stage where they are almost implementing most of the new Web Standards and now developers do not need to invest much time in Browser Compatibility. Although all the front end frameworks like React, Angular, Vue & Ember have different core architectures but they are converging on a common principle design pattern i.e. Component Driven architecture. Web Components with the customElements v1 API released on most popular browsers are the solution to take standardization of the web to the next level.

Web Components can help us build standard re-usable custom html elements with bundled CSS, HTML & JS (for behaviours). It will enable all developers to build performant, maintainable web apps unlocking the full potential of the browser.

3:15 - 3:35
(20 mins)

How to create Web Components using Polymer

Nitisha Soni

In this quick demo based talk you will learn to create Web Component using Polymer

3:35 - 4:20
(45 mins)

Angular Components beyond the basics

Dhananjay Kumar

While components are the backbone of all Angular applications, some developers stick to the obvious methods of using components. In this session,you’ll go beyond the component basics and learn about:

Components communications using ViewChild, ContnetChild, ViewChildren, ContentChildren

Later in the talk you will learn to work with dynamic component creation using ViewChild, ViewContainerRef, and ComponentFactoryResolver

4:20 - 4:45
(25 mins)

Tea Break & Networking

4:45 - 5:15
(30 mins)

What is Angular CDK

Jinal Shah

In this session you will learn about Angular Component Devlopment Kit (CDK)

5:15 - 6:00
(45 mins)

Unit Testing in Angular

Shailendra Chauhan

In this session, you will learn about how to write and run tests in Angular using Jasmine & Karma for components, directives, and services.You will also learn how to use the Angular Test Bed, mocks and spys for writing tests.

6:00 - 6:30

Speakers Felicitation and closing note by Dhananjay Kumar

Keynote Speaker

Shradha Sharma
Founder, YourStory

Shradha Sharma is the founder, CEO and chief editor of YourStory, a media technology platform for entrepreneurs.Before starting YourStory in 2008, Sharma served as an Assistant Vice President at CNBC TV18 and also a Brand Adviser at Times of India. She featured in a techgig story as one of "5 women Indian entrepreneurs in India you should know about. The Hindu wrote about her as one who has shattered the glass ceiling.Her company has been described as "India's biggest and definitive platform for start-ups and entrepreneurs-related stories, news, resources and research reports.

Speakers

Manjula Dube

Manjula Dube

BookMyShow Twitter GitHub Linkedin

Manjula Dube is a Senior Developer at BookMyShow in India. She is a Javascript Enthusiatic who loves logical programming and Data Structures. She is also an open source freak and keen about learning and sharing. She writes Javascript both frontend and backend. She loves learning and sharing tech all the time.

Nitisha Soni

Nitisha Soni

Yatra Linkedin

Nitisha is FrontEnd UI Developer.She Collaborats with Experience Designers,Content Strategists,and UX Researchers to iterate on the design and implementation of the product.She has experience in building efficient and reusable front-end systems and abstractions.

Shivprasad Koirala

Shivprasad Koirala

QuestPond Twitter Git hub Linkedin

Shivprasad Koirala has authored more than 20 books and 1000 articles. He is well known among .NET developers for his .NET interview question book. He is an ex-Microsoft MVP. He is the founder of www.questpond.com which is an E-Learning platform for .NET developers. He spends most of his time recording step by step video tutorials on QuestPond site.

Dhananjay Kumar

Dhananjay Kumar

Infragistics, Organizer ng-India Twitter GitHub Linkedin

Dhananjay Kumar is Developer Evangelist for Infragistics. He is a 8 times Microsoft MVP and well respected Developer Advocate in India.He is the author of 900+ Blog Posts, and can often be found speaking around India at conferences and hosting free workshops for programmers across the country. So far, he has hosted 60 free workshops on various topics like JavaScript, Angular, WCF, ASP.NET MVC, C#, Azure etc.

Rahat Khanna

MAppMechanic

Author Twitter GitHub Linkedin

MAppMechanic is an author and speaker, previously have worked with Flipkart & Genpact. Sound expertise on Front End Technologies having a vast experience of developing 200+ websites, building numerous Enterprise Hybrid Mobile Apps, architecting User Interface Solutions, authoring a popular book on Ionic Framework and conducting 30+ Global Training on latest frameworks and technology tools.

Shailendra Chauhan

Shailendra Chauhan

DotNetTricks Twitter GitHub Linkedin

Shailendra Chauhan is the founder and CEO of DotNetTricks, an E-Learning platform for working professionals. He has been awarded as Microsoft MVP several times. He became a mentor among working professionals for his blogs which written over an array of technologies. He is a corporate trainer and well-known author of many technical interview questions & answer books like ASP.NET MVC, AngularJS, NodeJS and LINQ, to help developers, to crack their interview.

Rahul Gupta

Rahul Gupta

MakeBizCards

Rahul Gupta is currently working on his venture MakeBizCards.com. The entire product line for MakeBizCards is built on Angular. He has first-hand experience in building a cutting-edge internet product using Angular.

Rahul has experience in different domains like enterprise software, Defence Aerospace and Consumer Internet. He has worked in Oracle and Thales Systems Aeroportes.

Shiva Prasad

Shiva Prasad

NativeScript Developer Champion Twitter GitHub Linkedin

Shiva Prasad is a Lead Software Developer at Bfit Technologies, and Technology and Product Lead at JyoPal Technologies. He is a polyglot developer, a blogger, and a software consultant. He has developed several plugins and demos for NativeScript community. He is a Machine Learning enthusiast and an Angular Evangelist. In his free time, he likes to help other developers on NativeScript slack channel and NativeScript discourse forum. He's always up for sharing knowledge and learning from other developers.

Pankaj Parkar

Pankaj Parkar

Microsoft MVP Twitter Git hub Linkedin

Pankaj Parkar is a Senior Software Engineer at TSS Consultancy. He is into Angular application development since 5 years. He is awarded with Microsoft MVP award twice. His hobbies include spending time in different open source technologies. Most of the time you will find him helping people on Stackoverflow for Angular questions.

Jinal Shah

Jinal Shah

Angular Guru Twitter GitHub Linkedin

Jinal Shah is the cofounder of Brainoorja Creations (www.brainoorja.com) and a corporate trainer imparting knowledge on various cutting-edge technologies, such as – Node JS, Angular, ionic2, and Bot framework. He has been teaching Angular, JavaScript and related technolgies in various meetups and workshops.

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Main Sohna Road,Sector - 49,
Gurgaon - 122018, Haryana

If you are coming by metro then nearest metro station is Huda City Metro Station. Cabs are available from there to Fortune Hotel and it takes around 20 minutes to reach in normal traffic.

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