Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 6:30:00 PM Sprint Accelerator 210 W 19 Terrace, Kansas City, MO

• What we'll do
We have 2 short presentations tonight! We'll build a form in minutes using reactive forms and we'll create an UI using PrimeNG.

Presentation Summaries

If you're using Angular2+ and building forms the way you've always built them, you're missing out on an amazingly powerful feature of the framework. Reactive forms (aka model-driven forms) allow you to build forms in the Javascript (or Typescript) file, making complex validation and error-handling a breeze. In this talk, we'll build a standard-but-tricky form from scratch in less than 10 minutes!

PrimeNg is a rich component library that you may have missed amidst the hype over Angular Material. Learn about how it can make your UI pop with feature-packed components that can be easily styled to fit your needs. From simple dropdowns to the amazingly powerful TurboTable, PrimeNg is a component library that might speed up your project development and offload a lot of that burden of trying to create that perfect component for any situation. Learn about the benefits (and a few cons) to working with this Angular tool.

Speaker Bios
Lyndsey Padget is the founder of Longplay Software in Kansas City. As a full stack developer with over 14 years of software and web development experience at both mega-corporations and startups, she enjoys sharing in-depth knowledge on topics such as MEAN stack development, microservices & REST, git & release management, test-driven development, agile & kanban, healthy teams & individuals, public speaking, and more. Lyndsey is involved in local organizations that encourage women, young and old, to explore careers in math and science. She believes that the difference between a decent software engineer and a great one often has little to do with code.

Joel has been working in the IT field throughout his career and studied Computer Engineering at KU before starting a new career in software development in 2014. He has worked on projects employing a variety of tools and MV* frameworks and is discovering new things to love about Angular every day.

• What to bring
Your laptop with Angular-CLI installed

• Important to know

Adaptive Solutions Group @AdaptiveSG

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