Building a Complex App with Angular2: Lessons Learned Register Now

06.07.2017 | Atlanta GA | AppDev | Lunch 'n Learn | Free


Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

(Lunch will be served from 11:00 am-11:30 am.  Educational session begins at 11:30 am.)

This session is a real-world case study of a large Angular2 application.  We will share what went well, what didn’t, and where the strengths of Angular2 really shine.  The application is ~50K lines of code and contains ~200 UI components, supporting a business application for constructing and pricing customer quotes for sales opportunities for a Fortune 500 company with a large array of products available. The scope of this project has shown that the new Angular framework is more than capable of providing a great user experience in a component-based UI using tools that make for a well-organized and maintainable codebase for a large application. If you are a software developer, manager, or director who may be considering (or already are) using Angular2+ for your front end and want to get an idea of what factors may contribute to the success or failure of a project as it relates to using Angular2+, this is the session for you!

Event Location

MATRIX Atlanta Office - 5th Floor

1000 Abernathy Road
Suite 500 - Glenn Memorial Room
Atlanta, GA 30328

Target Audience

This session is geared towards any IT resources, from Developers to Executives, evaluating Angular2+ and who wants to learn about a proven architecture for a large, complex frontend application.

Darryl Allardice is the Application Development Practice Lead at MATRIX. Darryl has more than 20 years of experience with leading-edge application development across multiple platforms and languages. He has extensive experience in the areas of architecture, design, development, and delivery. He has designed and developed several multi-tier applications for large Fortune 500 companies in the US and Europe.  Specializing in web application development, Darryl enjoys leading teams of developers in delivering business value often and early, using an Agile process and cutting-edge technology. His team’s recent projects include large web applications built using Angular2 and ReactJS, RESTful API services built using WebAPI, mobile apps built using PhoneGap/Cordova, Ionic & ReactNative, and .NET Core applications.