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Create a Blogging App with Angular and Firebase
Submitted by Ankit Sharma (@ankitsharma007) on Tuesday, 16 July 2019
Section: Workshop Technical level: Intermediate Status: Waitlisted
We will create a blogging app, similar to Wordpress, using Angular and Google Cloud Firestore. The attendees will learn how to create a real world application using core Angular concepts. At the end of this workshop, each attendee will have their own blogging app created and hosted on Firebase.
Creating a real world application is the best way to learn any technology rather than just reading blogs or watching tutorial videos. Therefore, i have prepared this session in such a way that the attendees can learn right from creating a blank Angular app to making a full fledged real world application. We will cover all the major features of Angular and the attendees will learn how to create a real world application using Angular concepts. We will create the whole application during the workshop and i will explain each component in detail.
We will explore following Angular concepts in this workshop:
- Using Cloud Firestore with an Angular application
- Angular material and Bootstrap
- Template-driven forms
- Google authentication using Firebase
- Implementing auth-guards in Angular
- Creating custom pipes
- Hosting an Angular app on Firebase
This sample application is hosted at https://blogsite-30c69.firebaseapp.com/
Ankit Sharma is a Senior Software Engineer currently working with IVY Comptech in Hyderabad, India. He has over 5 years of extensive experience in Microsoft technologies including C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server and UI technologies such as JQuery and Angular.
Ankit is a technical author and speaker and loves to contribute to technical community. He writes articles for multiple platforms, which includes c-sharpcorner, Dzone, Medium and TechNet Wiki. For his dedicated contribution to the developer’s community, he has been recognized as c-sharpcorner MVP, Dzone MVB and Top contributor in Technology at Medium. He is also the author of first ever book on Blazor - Blazor Quick Start Guide.