With the huge growth in popularity of AngularJS, it’s time for a dedicated event looking at AngularJS in depth.
The AngularJS Miniconf is a spin-off event from Meta Refresh 2014 and will be hosted one day prior to the Meta Refresh workshops at the same venue: The Energy and Resources Institute, Domlur, Bangalore.
Miniconfs are single day, single track events on upcoming topics for a limited audience (80 max). They are participant-supported and low budget, so there’s no funding for speaker travel expenses.
We’re looking for talks on original work around AngularJS. As a spin-off event, talks will be selected by the Meta Refresh editorial panel by combining panel votes with participant votes (you may vote as a general member of the public, but your vote is only counted when you buy a ticket using an email address that is listed on your profile).
Highly Interactive Charts using Angular Directives
- Run through developing an Angular Directive from scratch, step by step.
- Use the developed graphing directive to develop and visualise Sachin Tendulkar’s scores.
We have server side libraries that produce good graph images for decades, if not more.
Graphing has now primarily shifted to the frontend primarily because it can offer great interactivity, that’s not possible in server side frameworks - Interactivity to filter and choose different data.
In this session, we develop a highchart interactive angular directive that can provide the kind of interactivity the frontend graphing libraries really are awesome for.
Lakshman Prasad works as a software architect at a consulting firm.
His primary expertise has been web development using Python and the eco system of tools. Of late he has been exploring the data analytics and visualisation end to end.