What I learned from Angular Attack competition in 48 Hours


Angular Attack coding is over. I spent a wonderful time in learning new things and building my first Angular 2 application with Amal Ayyash as team (Sorief & Sela team).
I was lucky to work her since she is one of the best UI/UX in Jordan.

Simply I learned a lot. In 48 Hours I learned the following:

  1. Angular 2 for sure, angular.io was my reference. But that does not mean that I did not check angular 2 before that day. I watched John Pap videos in pluralight, and only 1 or 2 videos from egghead.io
  2. Typescript (For me it’s the evolution of JavaScript) in visual studio.
    I will use Typescript in all of my upcoming projects. It helps us to developer a maintainable neat code that is easier to read and it’s supported in Chrome Developer tool to debug and trace.
  3. Firebase, it’s easy and simple.
    “Firebase gives you the tools to develop high-quality apps, grow your user base, and earn more money. We cover the essentials so you can monetize your business and focus on your users.” (https://firebase.google.com/docs/)Firebase will open a web socket between the repository and your web app.
    So every change on your Database will be reflected to the UI immediately.Change data in Firebase => Web Socket will send to the app => Finally, Angular will reflect the change to the UI.Easy to integrate with with other OAuth providers (e.g. Facebook, Google, Twitter, etc..). Also it’s very simple to set the security rules (Read, Write, and validation).
  4. Surge.sh is a static web publishing for Front-End Developers. It’s very simple. But if you decided to use firebase then it’s better to host your app there. both of them Firebase and Surge have a simple CLI tool to deploy your app.

Now we are waiting the judges decision. Regardless of the results, getting this knowledge in this short period was a prize and we’ve got a lot of fun while working on something new. You can vote for us, please do 🙂 … and thank you for your support us advance.

Vote from this link => https://www.angularattack.com/entries/579-sorief

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