AngularJS Miniconf

A single day single track miniconf on AngularJS

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The Energy and Resources Institute, Bangalore

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.

More details on the Meta Refresh website

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).

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Nihar Sawant

@niharsawant

In depth analysis on AngularJS vs BackboneJS

Submitted Dec 1, 2013

As a Front End Developer, selecting appropriate MVC frameworks such as Backbone, Ember, Angular, Montage etc. becomes difficult task. A good framework should suit the needs of application along with maintaining robust and scalable architecture. There are many bloggers who have published articles on differentiation among these frameworks but none of them cover how to overcome pitfalls faced during development of large scale applications. After all, not all applications have smaller scope like TodoMVC.

This presentation is a humble approach to share and overcome pitfalls faced during the development of large scale web applications developed in Angular and Backbone. At the core of this presentation core points are: the pros and cons of AngularJS and BackboneJS, how we can overcome them as per our needs.

Outline

As web development is becoming more and more powerful, there arises an increasing need for stronger and more fluid frameworks. This gave birth to prototype, dojo, jQuery followed by MVC frameworks like Backbone, Ember, Angular, Montage etc. which brought a revolution in frontend development. Even though these frameworks follow one pattern i.e. MVC, they differ in many ways.

This presentation will go through philosophical differences between AngularJS and BackboneJS on implementation of MVC, precautions to be taken while designing architecture in early stage, avoiding common mistakes, performance and optimization, pros and cons of both frameworks along with possible hacky ways to overcome cons etc.

Even though title says ‘AngularJS vs BackboneJS’, presentation will be more biased towards AngularJS.

Speaker bio

Nihar Sawant is a Full Stack Developer, Self-taught Designer and Co-Founder of Expojure (Image curation web app for social media). He previously worked on 3DTin (World’s first 3D modelling tool which runs in a browser) and Lagoa (cloud based 3D photorealistic rendering tool).

In last 3 years he worked on large scale web applications using libraries and frameworks like jQuery, Underscore, Backbone and Angular. He is currently “on a mission to rescue world in context of web”.

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anupam mediratta

Intersection of Crossfilter and Angularjs

Crossfilter is a visualization library (http://square.github.io/crossfilter/) which helps you create interactive visualizations. It is built on top of d3.js. more

20 Dec 2013