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43 ngAir - Writing Angular 2 Libraries with Dmitriy Shekhovtsov and Nathan Walker

December 9, 2015

Dmitriy Shekhovtsov and Nathan Walker are among the many early adopters of Angular 2. 
Typically the best way to learn any
new framework is to write code using that framework. Dmitriy wrote 
ng2-bootstrap, an Angular 2
library that wraps Bootstrap. Nathan wrote ng2-image-lazy-load
which lets you download images on the fly after your Angular 2 has loaded.
Tune in to hear about their experiences and learn the ins 
and outs of authoring open source libraries on top of Angular 2.

Aimee Knight  



Jeff Whelpley

The Phantom Menace Should Have BeenElasticSearch

Jurgen Van de Moere

Tips: Try to find something cool that is not made in Angular 2. Try to port it to Angular 2 and share your journey so others can learn from your learnings and mistakes as well.Picks:

Dmitriy Shekhovtsov

Picks: Awesome Graph DB Neo4jTips: Don't waste time on complaining, just fix it and open PR

Nathan Walker


Tips: Take time to read and understand the problem fully with consideration of everyone involved before commenting, opening an issue, or attempting to fix a problem.

Try out any angular2 seed (angular2-seed, angular2-webpack-starter, ng2-play, etc) and just play around. Create components, services, experiment with RxJS and see what you can do.


Patrick Stapleton

Tips: Value the concepts learned from using tools rather than the tool itself


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