Change is inevitable, it’s frustrating—and, it’s necessary. As an engineer, that’s the mindset you must live in. New technologies are being introduced at breakneck speed and it’s hard to keep up. Unfortunately, sometimes these technologies come in hot and fade out fast (like a quick, intense fad of the 90s) leaving us with a wealth of outdated or useless knowledge… or a closet full of “priceless” Beanie Babies.
Angular was not one of those fads. Actually, we loved it so much, they made us another—Angular 2.
What Is Angular?
If you’ve ever tried finding The Home Depot nearest to you, you’ve used an application built using AngularJS. Other notable Angular users are Tesla, Google, NASDAQ, and the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Why Angular 2?
The developers asked, Angular answered.
Without further ado, here to give you a quick overview of some of the best Angular 2 features, is today’s Lunch and Learn host, Sam Langberg:
We hope you’ve found Angular 2 as interesting as we do! At SOLTECH, we’re doing what we love, and we love to talk about it. Our engineers use a myriad of technologies, like Angular 2, to create amazing software solutions for individuals with awesome app ideas, all the way to enterprise systems for Fortune 500 companies.
We love hearing from our fellow software engineers. If you have anything to add to our lunch and learn, tell us in the comments. And, if you’re looking to get your software idea off the ground, we want to hear from you, too!
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