JSFoo: round the year submissions

JSFoo: round the year submissions

Submit talks on JavaScript and full stack engineering round the year

Dhananjay Kumar


Create cross framework Components using Angular Elements

Submitted Apr 24, 2018

Have you thought about using Angular components outside Angular world? Angular Elements a newest feature of Angular is solution of that.
Angular components are powerful and reusable but it becomes painful, when it comes to sharing common component between different projects which are based on different frameworks and when you want to embed Angular component inside CMS application as a widget etc. For such scenarios, Angular Elements is the way to go for it. Angular Elements API allows you to write Custom Elements in the Angular way. You can embed them into any web application. This enables you to write re-usable Angular components and widgets which can be used inside React, Vue, Preact or even with vanilla JS apps.
In this live coding based talk, you will learn about Angular Elements and how to use it.


This is a live coding demo based session in which audience will learn about Angular Elements by looking at the code

Speaker bio

Dhananjay Kumar is Developer Evangelist for Infragistics. He is awarded with prestigious Microsoft MVP award 8 times. He is one of the most popular and respected Developer Evangelist in India.

He is the author of 900+ articles , and can often be found speaking at conferences and hosting workshops for programmers across the country. So far, he has hosted 65 workshops on various topics like JavaScript, Angular, WCF, ASP.NET MVC, C#, Azure etc.

Currently he is busy in creating an effective developer ecosystem on JavaScript and Frameworks around in India. He runs a meetup community called geek97 which is largest community of JavaScript developers in Delhi. He is also organizer of India Angular Conference - #ngIndia


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