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Crash Course in Ionic + AngularJS

Nov 16, 2015

session: 1 (see session times to right)

level: Beginner

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Ionic is a great tool for building hybrid mobile apps and AngularJS is a great JavaScript framework that plays very nicely with Ionic.  In this talk we'll go over the basics of getting started with AngularJS+Ionic.  We'll look at some real code from each of the 2 libraries and see what all is involved in building a hybrid mobile application. We will finish our journey with a real-life Ionic app presentation powered by RESTFul services.

Target Audience: People that want to see where to start with AngularJS and how it fits into Ionic. This talk assumes no prior knowledge with either library. If you've built a PhoneGap mobile app but felt lost when adding MVC-style structure or Bootstrap-esque UI components, this is the talk for you.

Assumed Knowledge: Attendees should be comfortable with ""modern JavaScript"".  A basic understanding of classes and objects and variable scopes will be helpful.  Some basic prior exposure to PhoneGap/Cordova and a UI-framework such as Bootstrap will also be helpful.

Main points:

    A quick overview of MVC.
    Building your first AngularJS project
    Adding Routes, Controllers, and Routes to your AngularJS project.
    Building your first Ionic mobile app.
    Basic UI components provided by Ionic.
    How Ionic and AngularJS fit together.

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Presented by: Nolan Erck

Nolan Erck has been developing software for 19 years. Starting in the video game industry working on titles for Maxis and LucasArts, then advancing to web development in 1999, his list of credits includes Grim Fandango, StarWars Rogue Squadron, SimPark, SimSafari as well as high-traffic websites for clients. 

Nolan manages the SacInteractive User Group, teaches classes on aspects of software development, and regularly gives presentations at conferences and user groups across the country.

When he's not consulting or talking about himself in the third person, Nolan can usually be found working on one of several music projects.