Last week we sponsored the highly anticipated Hackademy Meetup: AngularJS Directives Workshop at our office in Tel Aviv, Israel.
As the meetup topic suggests, the workshop focused on building in-depth AngularJS Directives from the base directive structure, all the way to transclude, replacement, binding, and scopes.
“We were very happy to host this free workshop, as a small contribution to the local AngularJS community,” said Udi Bauman, Activity Leader at CloudLock. “These events help foster knowledge sharing between developers, from which everyone benefit.”
“AngularJS was a natural choice for us at CloudLock. It enabled us to adopt advanced software principals at the client side of the application such as Improved Testability, Decoupling DOM Manipulation from data and logic, and Dependency Injection,” said Ori Keren, VP Engineering at CloudLock. “In addition, the important capability of extending the browser’s syntax and reusing UI elements with Angular’s directives enabled us to accelerate our development capacity. The high scale of our customer base and the rich feature set that our services provide drove us to grow domain expertise and to build our own internal UI framework on top of AngularJS, which is now integrated into our CloudLock for Salesforce and CloudLock for Google+ offerings.”
Attendees were heavily engaged in the event, asking questions and completely immersed in the presented material. The learning atmosphere generated within the community was beyond compare, and it was apparent that these types of meetings are immensely popular.
We can’t wait for the next meetup to share resources and useful information across diverse developer backgrounds!
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