In my previous post, I was talking about how to implement events from Angular 1
in Angular 2. But in the snippet of code that I use as example we can find
another thing that not exist in Angular 2:
During the migration of the feed component, I found a some lines that I didn’t
know how to code it on Angular 2. The following gist is an extract of the code
I’m talking about:
GSoC midterm just passed. I think it’s time to do a review about the work done
since I started the project. After this weeks working on Jangouts and using it
regularly for follow up meetings I can say that I love it like it was mine.
It’s really rewarding work on a project like that, not too big but with a
growing community behind. Nowdays Jangouts its in a early stage, at least this
is that I believe, but with a lot of potential.
Last Tuesday I enjoyed a talk of Miško Hevery
about Angular2 thanks to guys of AngularBeers.
It was a talk about what is coming with Angular 2 and the key point with which
we have to stay is that Angluar leave the concept of frontend framework to
become a full a platform.
In previous post I explained how I convert Jangouts to an hybrid Angular 1+2
application. This approach, instead of a full migration, has two objectives. In
first place test that the functionalities are working correctly is more easy,
because it’s possible to run Jangouts and use it. And on the other hand, if I
can’t finish the migration, the application will be still usable allowing others
to continue the work. But I hope this last scenario won’t be real.