We recap our experiences at ngConf 2023, and talk about Angular 16 announcements including signals.
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Last week I had the privilege of coding an Angular 2 app in front of the live audience at the 3rd annual ngConf [http://ng-conf.org] event. I had a lot of fun and, perhaps luckily, I didn't make any major mistakes :) More importantly, I believe this session shines a light on the seven most fundament
Last week I had the privilege of presenting at ngConf [http://ng-conf.org] which was jam packed with some awesome presentations. My presentation was on Progressive Saving with Angular, where you can stash work in progress in local storage and come back to it. It was an abbreviated version of what I
The “best of the best in Angular” will gather later this week in Salt Lake City, Utah for ngConf, according to their web site [http://ng-conf.org/]. I’m honored to be included as one of the speakers at this all Angular event, along with my good friends Dan Wahlin [http://twitter.com/danwahlin] and W