Who’s Afraid of Front-End Databases? Slide Deck and Demos

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Last evening I had the pleasure of presenting a lightning talk in AngularJS Labs Meetup in London. First of all, I want to thank the great audience for coming to hear the sessions in the Meetup. I also want to thank Gerard Sans for the invitation to speak and for organizing a great evening.My session explained what is IndexedDB and how to use it. Then, I showed an experimental library called angular2-indexeddb, which I wrote to help with IndexedDB usage in ng2 apps.The slide deck and demos are online and can be download from my OneDrive.
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AngularJS Labs Meetup Speaking

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Next month, while I’ll be in London for DevWeek conference, you can join me and other fellow speakers to an evening of lightning talks in AngularJS Labs Meetup. In my session, which is called “Who’s Afraid of Front-End Databases?“, I’ll talk about front-end databases and in particularly IndexedDB.Then, I’ll present angular2-indexeddb an experimental library I wrote that wraps IndexedDB in an AngularJS 2 service.I want to thank Gerard Sans for the invitation to come and speak! If you are interested, the event registration is still open. See you there!

angular2-indexeddb Repository is Alive

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Yesterday I was working on a session idea and started playing with Angular 2 and IndexedDB. The result is angular2-indexeddb an experimental Angular 2 library that wraps IndexedDB database in an Angular 2 service. The library exposes very simple API to enable the usage of IndexedDB without most of it plumbing you will have to do to make it work. I’ll be happy to get your feedback.
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