Michael Egger-Zikes

Angular Conference 2023 (Warsaw & Online)
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Michael Egger-Zikes

The Internal Magic of Angular Signals / Hosting the Q&A Session with the Angular Core Team

Angular’s new reactive primitive will change the popular frontend framework in many areas.

This talk will explain the internal magic and clarify, why the update behavior including the view works automatically. You will learn about different kinds of Reactive Nodes, about Reactive Edges, the Reactive Context, Producers, Consumers, the Value- and Tracking-Version and much more.

Finally, we will look into an application with Signal-based Change Detection that updates correctly w/o Zone.js.

Michael Egger-Zikes - Trainer & Consultant, AngularArchitects.io | Austria

Michael Egger-Zikes is an experienced software architect, trainer, and consultant with a focus on Angular in the field of business applications. As a member of the ANGULARarchitects expert network, he has supervised and implemented large enterprise-scale Angular projects in the public and private sectors.

As an external (part-time) lecturer, he also teaches this topic at a university of applied sciences in Graz, Austria. The business informatics graduate has a lot of experience with software engineering and automating business processes.


Modern Angular Architectures: Signals, Standalone, DDD & Micro Frontends

Manfred Steyer & Michael Egger-Zikes

We use Angular’s latest innovations in this interactive workshop to build a modern and maintainable architecture. We start with Standalone Components and learn how to structure a large application with them using a Mono Repo and Strategic Design – a discipline from Domain-driven Design (DDD). We discuss categorizing the individual parts of our application and how to enforce our architecture with tools such as Nx or Sheriff. On top of our Strategic Design, we implement a Micro Frontend Architecture with Module Federation.

Then, we discover how Angular’s new Signals fit our modern architecture. We discuss fine-grained change detection and implement options for state management with NGRX and Signals. Also, we show how to combine the simplicity provided by Signals with the power of RxJS for providing a reactive UX. Finally, we discuss how the new Signal component will help to simplify our architecture further and how they work together with traditional components.

a) Node.js installed
- LTS version or higher
- https://nodejs.org
b) Angular CLI
- npm install -g @angular/cli@latest
c) Test with “npm -v” and “ng v” from the command line whether npm and then Angular CLI work
d) Nx CLI
- npm install -g nx@latest
e) A modern browser like the current Chrome version
f) An IDE with Angular support like Visual Studio Code (free) or WebStorm/IntelliJ (commercial)
g) Please install git
- https://git-scm.com
- To clone the repo that I will provide at the begin of the workshop
h) We will use the following internet resources, so they need to be accessible for everyone:
- ANGULARarchitects.io (http://angulararchitects.io)
- npm Registry (https://registry.npmjs.org)
- GitHub (https://github.com)

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