Angular Architecture Workshop, Online, Advanced, English

Master Enterprise-scale Angular Applications!

In this advanced online training, Manfred Steyer GDE will teach you how to master enterprise-scale Angular-based applications. During several exercises, you will try out all the explained topics. In the end, you have a case study you can use as a blueprint for your own projects.

 

Highlights

 

✅ Fully Online – No travel needed
✅ Interactive: Ask questions and participate in discussions
✅ Lots of exercises and live coding
✅ Case study you can use as a blueprint for your own projects
✅ Pair programming with your instructor
✅ Designed by Manfred Steyer, GDE

 

Some Impressions

 

 

We are all connected via a Browser-based virtual classroom.

 

 

Lots of live coding and interactive exercises including pair programming with your trainers

 

Didactic approach

Theory phases alternate with live coding and exercises.

 

Prerequisites

Some experience with Angular.

 

Dedicated Company Training
Please contact us if you want to organize a dedicated company workshop with these or similar topics (remote or on-site). I general, company trainings are more inexpensive when there are at least eight participants. You can reach us here: office@angulararchitects.io

 


30.11 - 02.12 2020

Date & Time:

30.11.2020, 9:00 CET - 02.12.2020, 17:00 CET

Location:

Remote

Remote

Your Trainers:

Manfred Steyer, GDE

Contents



Structure for large applications: Monorepos, Nx and Strategic Design

  • Plan architectures with Domain Driven Design (DDD)
  • CLI workspaces and monorepos with Nx (Nrwl Extensions)
  • Develop and distribute reusable npm packages
  • Categorize for libraries, modules and components
  • Enforce architecture specifications with access restrictions
  • Build performance: Incremental builds and tests and caching
  • Integration into the CI process
  • Customizable libraries with advanced DI patterns and content projection
  • The open / closed principle in Angular

Scalable architectures: Micro Frontends with Module Federation and Angular Elements

  • From strategic design to micro frontends
  • Advantages and disadvantages of Micro Frontends
  • Mono Repos vs. multiple repos
  • Use Webpack Module Federation to load separately compiled and provided micro frontends
  • Dynamic Module Federation
  • Sharing dependencies
  • Dealing with different versions and version mismatches
  • Communication between Micro Frontends
  • Cross-framework development with Angular Elements and Web Components

State Management Patterns with NGRX and Redux

  • The state layer and your Strategic Design (DDD)
  • NGRX: When, When Not and Alternatives?
  • Use the Redux approach with NGRX
  • Types of states
  • Building Blocks: Actions, Reducers
  • Selectors and view models
  • Effects and side effects
  • Generate building blocks with Schematics
  • Manage entities with @ ngrx / entities
  • Practical handling of Immutables
  • Facades as the linchpin
  • Introduce NGRX gradually
  • NGRX and lazy loading of modules
  • Local states with the brand new NGRX / Component store

Performance Tuning

  • Lazy Loding with and without a router
  • Data binding performance with OnPush
  • Differential serving
  • AOT and Tree Shaking
  • Analyzing bundles
  • Web Worker and the CLI

Customization and White Label Solutions

  • Customizations at runtime
  • Customer-specific adaptations at compiletime
  • Adjustments via DI
  • Configuration options

Modern Security Solutions and Single Sign-on

  • Connect existing identity solutions such as Active Directory
  • Social login (login with Facebook, etc.)
  • OAuth 2 as well as 2.1 and OpenId Connect
  • JSON Web Tokens (JWT)
  • Token refresh
  • Single sign out
  • Current recommendations of the OAuth 2 Working Group and consequences

Reactive Architectures with RxJS

  • Reactive thinking and reactive design
  • Chaining / piping of operators
  • Combination operators
  • Higher-order observables
  • Implicitly and explicitly closing Obervables
  • Cold and hot observables (multicasting)
  • Using subjects
  • Error handling
  • Debugging

Internationalization

  • I18N pipes
  • Translations with the Angular Compiler (Runtime I18N)
  • Translations with ngx-translate
  • I18N and inputs

Angular Ivy: Current Possibilities and the Future of Angular

  • Web Components with Ivy and Angular Elements
  • Lazy loading of components
  • Ivy and I18N
  • Create components at runtime
  • Zone-less change detection
  • Higher Order Components
  • A future without NgModules

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