Last week we unfolded the chairs and fired up the big screens for other edition of of Search Party series of events in Paris to coincide with the release of InstantSearch for Angular!
Joining us this time were:
- Wassim Chegham (@manekinekko) on what’s coming up for Angular in 2018.
- Maxime Janton @iam4x on how Algolia built the new Angular InstantSearch library.
- Patrick Herrmann from Vestiaire Collective on the challenges of moving EVERYTHING to Angular.
We also mades everyone crêpes. Seriously, if you’re in Paris and you haven’t attended one of these events yet, you’re missing out - we feed everyone really well!
As well as live streaming the whole event we have the archive talks ready for you here, so take a look and do drop any comments or thoughts below:
Building out a new version of the InstantSearch library from scratch for Angular required a whole bunch of dependency on some of the new features that Angular supports. Maxime breaks down how it was build and how it helps with tooling a great search experience.
Deciding to switch out front end framework for both your public facing site, and all your internal apps is always going to be intimidating, but it can be done if the preparation and thought are put in at the right time. Vestiaire Collective did just that, and this is their journey.
Wassim works as a Google Developer Expert on the Angular project so if anyone was going have the inside track on what’s coming next in their world, it was him. If you’re interested in what’s coming up in Angular 6, and for the projects surrounding it then this is the talk for you. Absolutely packed with new, cool, releases!
He certainly enjoyed himself:
…and you could be enjoying yourself as well, at our next Search Party on April 19th at the AlgoliaHQ in Paris. If you’re interested then please get signed up, https://communitysearchparty.eventbrite.com, we’ll be taking a look at some of the fantastic projects that have been developed recently by the people in the Algolia Community.
WHICH MEANS YOU! So, if you’ve build something interesting that you’d like to come and talk about and you’re in, or near, Paris on the 19th, let us know!