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Leveraging Redux in Angular 2 application

Submitted by Ankita Goyal (@goyalankita) on Thursday, 15 February 2018

Section: Crisp talk Technical level: Beginner

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The complete session is to spread awareness about the benefits of Redux Framework in the Javascript. My main agenda is to discuss on how we transformed core Angular 2 application to Angular2 Redux application to pitch the loopholes faced in core. The main takeaway for the audience would be learning the best ways of using Redux in the ecosystem. I’m going to put lights on ECMASCRIPTS basics as well to give non JS programmers an overview of the technology being used for interaction.


To give the outline of my proposal, please go through the draft slides of the presentation.

Speaker bio

To start with, I’m a front end developer and working in this field from last two years. I always have thrust to try and challenge myself with new opportunities and technologies. Being in a startup, I have tried my hands-on trending technologies completely and was the first one to bring React in this ecosystem. Recently, I have started my hands-on experience in React Native. I’m always keen to experiment and put the best deliverables out of the court.




  • Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) Reviewer a year ago

    Ankita, a comment from Rahul Kadyan who evaluated your proposal (among others). Focus more on the details of implementation. Throw in some real examples. Major part of your draft is about ES which the audience will already be familiar with. If you are leveraging new ES features, talk about them in 2-3 slides. Cut down ES slides and focus on main topic.

  • Ankita Goyal (@goyalankita) Proposer a year ago

    Hey there! Thanks for the feedback. Yes, will surely do! Those were just the draft slides. I appreciate your time taken out for evaluation.

  • Ankita Goyal (@goyalankita) Proposer a year ago

    @zainabbawa Please have a look at the revised ppt available at


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