We're back for another Angular World Tour!
Join us virtually or in person for a watch party at Hacker Dojo on October 19th at 12pm PDT for Angular talks by…
Owen Mecham, Director of Engineering, Carvana
Enterprise Microfrontends & Module Federation
Are you tired of coordinating deployments with multiple teams? Would you like to be able to ship code at any time without disrupting your users? Would you like to be able to share solutions in multiple applications even if they don’t use Angular? Micro Frontends may be the solution you’re looking for.
A Micro Frontend architecture breaks your application into separate pieces that work together seamlessly. This allows you to update and deploy individual portions of your application independent of any other feature. This frees up your teams to completely operate free from unnecessary delays that occur when coordinating large scale deployments. You can also use Micro Frontends as a way to incrementally update legacy applications.
Martine Dowden, Award winning CTO, UX / UI designer & developer, author, and international speaker
Unit Testing Angular Reactive Forms
A large majority of the applications we write will inevitably include one or more forms. Whether login, account management, a contact or feedback page, or some core aspect of the application itself, they are here to stay. Because of their tedious nature (especially if they are long or complex), forms can be quite laborious to test making them prime candidates for unit testing.
In this talk we will look at some of the unit tests we can write against a reactive form written in Angular to validate that it does in fact behave the way we intend it to.