Angular, what's coming next

NgVikings 2018

Wassim Chegham

@ManekiNekko

Exciting things in 2018

πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠβœ¨ for AngularΒ βœ¨πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰

@ManekiNekko

Core Team Member

Angular Universal

Google Developer Expert

Angular & Google Assistant

ESM Modules Core Team

Node.js Foundation

Co-author

Angular Compodoc

also...

SFEIR

Developer Advocate Engineer

let's chat IRL

@manekinekko

check me out at

@ManekiNekko

Bazel

Schematics

CDK

Observables

Angular Elements

NgIvy

Bazel:

Build like Google

@ManekiNekko

Benefits of Bazel

SPEED

SCALE

POLYGLOT

Fully incremental, Local & distributed caching and parallel execution

Multi or Monorepo, Any size codebase and Any size group

TypeScript, Go, Java, SASS..., Windows, MacOS and Linux

Now, built with

@ManekiNekko

Angular/Bazel Current Status

Fast development round-trip (~2sec SLO)

Bundling via Rollup/Uglify

Use libraries across apps

Angular/Bazel Roadmap

Packaging for Angular libraries

Code-splitting β€” Lazy Loading

@ManekiNekko

Early adopters?

@ManekiNekko

Schematics:

Extend Angular CLI

@ManekiNekko

Scaffold. Generate. Build. Repeat.

Schematics: Custom CLI template for your project

Defaults

Extend

Replace

@ManekiNekko

ng update (CLI v1.7+)

Tutorial on blog.angular.io

Component Dev. Kit:

UI Components Building Blocks

@ManekiNekko

Tutorial on blog.angular.io

Observables as a Standard: Streams everywhere

@ManekiNekko

We all are Observable developers

Angular

RxJS

NgRx

@ManekiNekko

Unify across libraries

Benefits of Standardization

Ship less code to browser

Less polyfills

Useful Out Of The Box

.map()
.filter()
.takeUntil()

@ManekiNekko

Process DOM events in a standard way

document
    .querySelector("#img")
    .on("load")
    .subscribe(e => { ... })

@ManekiNekko

Star/Watch the issue (#544)

Reach out to your dev community

Help make Observables a Standard in the DOM

Angular Elements:

Angular as Custom Elements

@ManekiNekko

HTML Templates

HTML Imports

Shadow DOM

Custom Elements

Part of the Web Components specifications

Angular Elements

Angular

Component

Custom

Element

➠

@ManekiNekko

Can you spot the Angular Element? *

<cheese-burger>
  <hamburger-buns ketchup="2ts">
    <lettuce-leaf></lettuce-leaf>
    <pickled-cucumber></pickled-cucumber>
    <chili-pepper></chili-pepper>
    <caramelized-onion></caramelized-onion>
    <bacon-strips cooked="true"></bacon-strips>
    <american-cheese slice="2"></american-cheese>
    <ground-beef pound="1"></ground-beef>
  </hamburger-buns>
</cheese-burger>

* You can't.

Angular

Component

Custom

Element

Angular Elements

@ManekiNekko

Registering Components as Custom Elements

registerAsCustomElements([SearchComponent], () =>

 platformBrowserDynamic()
    .bootstrapModule(SearchModule)

);

@ManekiNekko

1. Proof of concept

2. Use in angular.io

3. Release

Status & Roadmap

http://bit.ly/vo-ng-element

ngIvy:

Angular's new Renderer

@ManekiNekko

Goals

Smaller Size

Simpler Debugging

Faster Compilation

Non-Breaking Changes

Roadmap

πŸ– Hello World <5kBΒ 

πŸ¦„ API Compatible

πŸ‹οΈβ€β™€οΈ Internal Validation

πŸ˜ƒ Release

Faster Builds with Bazel

Extend CLI with Schematics

UI Components with CDK

Observables as a Standard

Angular Components as CE

Faster Renderer: ngIvy

v6.angular.io

Β @ManekiNekkoΒ 

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