Warning: This video was recorded during early beta versions of Angular 2 and we recommend going to Do you know how to get started learning Angular? to learn how to get and stay up-to-date with Angular.
Watch Duncan Hunter build a simple Angular 2 application from scratch as he explains the many changes to the newest version of Angular 2.
TypeScript, Rx.JS, components, dependency injection, routing and more have all changed in Angular 2. In this video you will get up to speed with all these changes and learn to make your first Angular 2 application.
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About the speakers
Duncan Hunter a software architect at SSW. Making sustainable software that solves real world issues is what makes Duncan tick. He is a full stack web developer specialising in making responsive frontend applications with AngularJS and TypeScript.
With the current speed of change in frontend best practices Duncan helps teams learn and implement modern frontend build processes to produce scalable and maintainable applications quickly.
Having inconsistent resource names across projects creates all sorts of pain:
– Struggling to identify resources
– Unsure what to label new resources.
– Risk of duplicating resources
In this talk, Jason Taylor will demonstrate an approach using permission-based authorization to overcome these limitations by building a flexible approach to managing roles and permissions from within your system. This will improve the maintainability and visibility of access control across your system. Putting the power into the hands of application users and administrators, rather than developers.
On the 4th of February we welcomed everyone back to the office with a fantastic lunch! 🥗
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Some people are really good at using Outlook search to find the emails they need, while others have a hard time. Searching for emails can be a real struggle, sometimes you want to find emails from months ago but you aren’t sure exactly what to search for.
Notifications from GitHub can be quite a pain, as they send a lot of emails. This leads to many developers ignoring the important emails they receive.
Do you link your customers in CRM to their respective Teams?
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