Please follow the workshop instructions for only the workshop for which you are registered for Connect.Tech 2018. Please check your email to see which workshop you registered for; otherwise email us.
React Native Workshop
Intro to Vue.js
Taught by Adam Jahr and Alex Hernandez on behalf of VueMastery.com
Throughout this workshop, attendees will be completing coding challenges to learn the essential Vue syntax and build a real-world Vue.js application by following along with this document.
Led by Jeff Barczewski
Instructions and git repo is here https://github.com/codewinds/rxjs-workshop
It is a good idea to clone the repo and do installs at home to avoid congestion at the conference.
You will need node.js 8 or 10 along with npm. (Instructions are included in the README)
After cloning the repo, cd into the rxjs-workshop and run
There will be some minor updates to pull as we get closer to the workshop, but having the major stuff already installed will be a huge help.
RxJS is amazing technology and I look forward to sharing it with you.
Up and Running with Angular
Led by Justin James (@digitaldrummerj)
Make sure to bring your laptops and power supply. This is a hands on workshop.
Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code is Microsoft lightweight cross platform IDE.
NodeJS is used to power the Angular CLI as well as install all of our dependencies. The Angular CLI requires Node version 8.
Angular CLI Install
The Angular CLI (Command Line Interface) makes it so that you do not have to worry about the Angular tooling and can focus instead on your code. You can create new projects, components, modules, services, guards, pipes and routes. As well it has commands for linting, testing and running our code.
All of the code that is generated by the Angular CLI following the Angular Style Guide.
While you do not have to use the Angular CLI, it is highly recommended, will increase your productivity, and this workshop only gives the instructions for developing with the Angular CLI.
Generate New Project
The project that the Angular CLI create for you follows all of the suggested standards and has webpack for bundling built-in to it.
The Angular CLI has a built-in command for starting up a development web server for your project called
Vue Vixens workshop (skulk)
Jen Looper, Natalia Tepluhina, and Diana Rodriguez
We will use Code Sandbox to build for the web and the NativeScript Playground for creating mobile apps (play.nativescript.org). No installations are necessary, but bring your laptop, a charger, and your mobile device (iOS or Android).
All workshop content is available at vuevixens.org.
Proven patterns for building Vue apps
Modern Front-End Performance Strategies and Techniques
#Unlock: Accessibility and Conversational UI Workshop