Angle Brackets is one of the most dynamic developer events in our industry and it's happening this spring, April 13 – 16, in Orlando, FL. There's a fantasic lineup of speakers and some awesome sessions planned. Additionally, there are both pre and post-conference workshops.
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I was planning to attend, give multiple talks and deliver a full day workshop at the event, but various circumstances, both family and work-related, have required me to alter my plans. Fortunately, the esteemed Mr. Brian Noyes has come to my rescue. He's going to be giving an excellent full-day workshop, following the conference. Here are the details:
Building Data-Centric Single Page Applications with Durandal, Knockout, Breeze and Web API, Thursday, April 17, Presented by Brian Noyes
You need to build an HTML client app for the browser or to package as a mobile app and there is a lot of data presentation and manipulation involved. You may be fully embracing the Single Page Application (SPA) architecture, or you may just have some highly interactive and data-centric pages you need to implement. You want to make sure you end up with good, clean, maintainable, testable, and easy to implement client and server side code. This workshop will take you end-to-end, showing you how to put together a rich data driven HTML client interface using Knockout and Durandal to put together a decoupled data bound UI using MV* separation patterns and dependency injection. You'll also get in depth exposure to using Breeze to do the heavy lifting on making the service calls for you, tracking changes on the entities, sending changes to the server side in batches, and more. Then you'll also see how to set up the server side using Web API to expose the services consumed by your client. By the end of the day, you will know how to build out the vertical slices of your app from top to bottom.
There's going to be tons of great content at Angle Brackets as well as opportunities to hang out with industry experts and friends. In short, I'm sure it will be a great time for all. So, what are you waiting for? Head on over to the event site and register!
Sr. Program Manager on docs.microsoft.com. Creator of Caliburn, Caliburn.Micro, Durandal and Aurelia. My opinions are my own.