We're running four practical mini-workshops during AngularConnect. Check the schedule to see what time they start.
Read on to find out the instructions you need to know for each workshop. We'd recommend downloading and reading the pre-requisites before the conference to save time at the start of the workshops.
Please note, the mini-workshops are free to attend and don't require registration. They are separate from the workshops taking place before the conference on 18 September.
If time permits then we will extend our application to cover the following features: Authentication with Google, Post comments on each blog, Pagination on the home page.
A fundamental understanding of Angular framework is required for this workshop. If you have no prior knowledge of Angular then angular.io is a great place to start with. We’d also recommend you get yourself familiar with using Visual Studio Code.
See what you are going to create in this workshop at blogdemo-f966e.firebaseapp.com.
The workshop steps are at github.com/AnkitSharma-007/blogsite/blob/master/README.md.
A basic knowledge of the following languages/tools will be assumed during the workshop. You might find it hard to follow along, if you have never heard of/used them.
If you intend to code along on your laptop (which will help you get the most out of the workshop and is the recommended way to attend), having completed the following steps beforehand will help ensure your environment is set up correctly and you will be able to keep up (even, for example, in the event of a bad/congested internet connection during the workshop).
We will test a web application using Cypress from scratch. Step by step, we will learn about Cypress features, implement those in our tests. We will be testing various aspects of the application (navigation, clicks, user input), and see how to debug and improve our tests, make then more readable, and even how to mock the server-side in order to test more scenarios on the front-end.
You can download a PDF of the instructions for this mini-workshop here.
Interested in sponsoring? Please get in touch with our sponsorship team to request a sponsor pack and find out more.
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