Hard to believe it’s already time for I/O 2022. This year you’ll find even more Angular content and get the opportunity to learn about the latest advancements coming to the framework!
Read on to learn more about what to expect from I/O this year.
State of Angular
Emma and Mark will share more about the state of Angular. In this talk you’ll learn about the impact Ivy has over the ecosystem and the features it enables. You’ll also learn more about the latest features coming to v14.
We’ll also share what are some of the long-term projects you should be looking forward to. The Angular team at Google is thrilled to share our product vision and our expanded focus on developer experience and productivity (faster to learn and easier use), and partnership with Chrome Aurora, Google Cloud and Firebase teams to make it easier to build high performance web applications. We’d strongly recommend you watch this talk, it’s going to be great.
State of Angular, I/O 2022
Make sure you tune in for the developer keynote. It’ll give you a broad overview across the entire stack of Google products for developers. You’ll learn about new product integrations and improvements across Web, Cloud, Android, Chrome OS, Assistant, and more!
Grow your knowledge
This year at I/O, we’ll be strongly focused on helping folks become better Angular developers. Expect introductory content, learn more about modern deployment to GCP, accessibility, and building full stack apps with Firebase!
To learn everything about the latest Web updates, make sure you check the “What’s new for the web platform”. You’ll learn about the most recent standard initiatives, APIs, framework-agnostic developer tooling, and more.
In the “Modern Angular deployment with Google Cloud” talk, I’ll share how to deploy your Angular apps that use different rendering strategies to Google Cloud Platform. We’ll look at some of the best practices to host your Angular Universal applications with the Cloud Functions 2nd generation via the Firebase SDK.
Modern Angular Deployment With GCP, I/O 2022
If you’re just getting started with Angular then be sure to attend Mark’s workshop “Introduction to Angular.” Mark has prepared the content to suit your learning style best. You can get started with Angular via a codelab and a prerecorded video workshop! Working with Mark daily makes me sure you’ll have an engaging and very educational experience!
Our accessibility expert, Emma, has a workshop called “Build more accessible Angular apps.” Make sure you find her workshop on the I/O portal and also watch her recording to ensure you don’t miss any of the tips she gives. Emma will walk you through an audition and a series of accessibility improvements.
If you want to learn how to build a kanban board quickly and efficiently, check out the codelab “Building a web application with Angular and Firebase.” Here you’ll learn how to use Angular and material to quickly develop a user interface and connect it to Firestore.
Kanban board as part of the Angular and Firebase codelab, I/O 2022
And there’s more!
Interested in learning more about hosting apps in the cloud? Make sure you check the more general session “Build production-ready apps with Extensions, Functions, and GCP,” which covers new product announcements and tips on how to host your backend services.
Curious how to make your application smarter? Check “TensorFlow.js: From prototype to production, what’s new in 2022?” by Jason Mayes!
If you’re a web developer chances are you’re using Chrome DevTools. Jecelyn will share an update in her talk “DevTools: State of the Union 2022.” Make sure you check it out!
That’s just a small snapshot of what I consider some of the top picks if you have limited time to follow I/O22. Find the rest of the content in the event’s program page.
See you in Adventure!
Emma, Mark, and I will be in the online adventure experience! Make sure you check the Web area and you’ll find us there together with more resources and learning opportunities.
Can’t wait to see you all online!
Screenshot from Adventure at I/O 2021