6:00 - Meet & hang out 6:30 - Talks on NativeScript, Firebase, websockets & more... 8:00 - Post event hangout at Think Coffee: 73 8th Ave
Lightning Talk: TBD (maybe you? Reach out :))
Talk 1: Be conscientious: Recycle your Angular code across the web & mobile.by Alex Ziskind (https://twitter.com/digitalix)The Web is for audience reach & native apps are for rich experiences.Both are strategic. Both are valuable.So when it comes to mobile, it's not Web vs. Native. It's both.
- Luke Wroblewski
Now there is a way to develop for both web & native mobile apps with a shared code-base, & now is the time to harness that power.
Talk 2: How to Quickly Launch Your App with Firebase:Shannon Kendall (https://twitter.com/snkendall_)Firebase allows developers to quickly get their apps up & running without spending too much inspiration-crushing time writing the set up. Shannon Kendall will demonstrate the process of plugging Firebase's Realtime Database into her prototype & launch it right before your very eyes. *cue impressed & entertained audience noises*
Talk 3: Working with WebSockets in Angular appsYakov Fain (https://twitter.com/yfain)In this session, you'll learn how to write Angular applications that communicate with the server using the WebSocket protocol, which is an efficient & a low-overhead way or communication between the browsers & servers. One of the most valuable features of WebSocket communications is that the server can initiate the data push to the client without waiting for the client's request for data. After getting a brief overview of the benefits of WebSockets over HTTP, we'll review a sample Angular/Node.js app that uses WebSockets.
Post-event hangout:Think Coffee: 73 8th Ave A, New York, NY 10014
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