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Creando tu primera aplicación con Angular 2, el nuevo súper framework de Google

Conferencista(s)

Durante esta sesión aprenderemos cómo crear una aplicación con la nueva versión de Angular (que ya es estable), asimismo revisaremos los archivos de configuración más comunes y cómo utilizar TypeScript para poder generar componentes.

Veremos también los principios básicos de un RESTful API y cómo comunicarlo con nuestra aplicación.

Conceptos a explicar:
- Dependency Injection
- Observables
- Promises
- Services
- Modules and Components

Acerca del conferencista

Alex is an experienced technology professional. He has the ability to take complex business needs and translate them into a solution using modern web technologies while focusing on the user experience as well as overall system performance. He has conducted numerous workshops and led the development and delivery of many training courses for his Base22 team members as well as developers and engineers from across Latin America.

Prior to joining Base22 he was part of the Web Innovation and Technology Department in Puebla State Government in Mexico; he was responsible for managing and developing solutions based on open source frameworks and content management systems. He was also engaged in server configurations and security analysis and design.

His background includes:

Web Technologies: Semantic Web (RDF, OWL), MVC Frameworks (Laravel, CakePHP, CodeIgniter). Open Source Content Management Systems (Drupal, WordPress, Joomla). IBM Technologies: IBM Web Content Manager®, IBM Portal®. Front-end Technologies and libraries: jQuery, Angular, Task Runners (Gulp.js, Grunt), NPM, CSS3, HTML5, mobile web, Web Servers (Nginx, Apache), Application Servers (Tomcat, IBM WebSphere Application Server®), UNIX-like Operating Systems, and,
Research: Complex Systems (Cellular Automata in specific), Artificial Intelligence, Computer Graphics and Computer Simulation to create computer models of living.