Thinking in Angular 2.0

A webinar from members of Rangle's Angular 2.0 team

An overview of key Angular 2.0 concepts for Angular 1.0 and traditional javascript developers

Topics Covered:

Getting Started
  • Angular 2's component model and how to think differently about your application architecture.
  • New Template Syntax and how it makes it easier to understand and think about your application.
  • TypeScript and Decorators
  • The benefits of ES6 for Angular
  • Routing, Testing, Change detection strategies
  • Angular 2 Form Builder and Validations
  • CLI, Dependency injection
Going Further
  • angular/ngupgrade
  • angular/universal
  • Observables and Immutability (RxJS and ImmutableJS)

Speaker's Bio:

Varun Vachhar

Varun is a creative technologist who designs amazing user experiences for mobile and web applications. Having studied Mechanical Engineering and Interactive Design at the Dutch Royal Academy of Art, he specializes in bridging the gap between design and development. His work has been featured in Smashing Magazine,, Gizmodo and Engadget, and he was a finalist in Google’s Dev Art awards. He spoke at the FITC’s Web Unleashed Conference. You can follow him at @winkerVSbecks

Evan Schultz

Evan is a passionate software developer with nearly 10 years experience developing a variety of responsive web and mobile applications. As a seasoned JavaScript architect he adapts to new technologies and has contributed to many team-based projects, whilst mentoring other developers on AngularJS and JavaScript. One of the most rewarding projects Evan recently completed was an HTML5 administration and reporting application built with AngularJS for a client’s network security product that was launched globally. Evan leads and contributes to the’s development guidelines, code reviews and AngularJS training course curriculum. He educates peers and clients and writes about development best practices for’s blog. Check out his LinkedIn and Github.

Michael Bennett

Michael Bennett is a full stack developer who is passionate about JavaScript and its functional capabilities. He has been working with web technologies since the Mosaic era, and has a love for all things free, and open source.