NUS-ISS StackUp Workshop Presents- Angular Universal: Rendering Angular Applications on the Server

Imagine that you are writing a TODO list with Angular. First, the browser will load the HTML, JavaScript, etc. Once the TODO Angular application runs on the browser, it'll send a HTTP request to retrieve the list of TODO (the content).

Most HTML5 applications render their content on the client; all application artifacts like HTML, JavaScript, CSS are first loaded on the browser. When the JavaScript application runs, it makes one or morel request to the backend for the content. This is know as CSR (Client Side Rendering)

SSR (Server Side Rendering) turns the above paradigm on its head by delivering both the application artefacts and content to the browser during the initial load of the application.

Why would you want to do that?

Come join this free workshop to find out, and learn the mechanics and benefits of SSR.

Some familiarity with Angular 5 or 6 is assumed.

Admission is Free, on a first-come-first-served basis.

If you have been thinking about transitioning to a tech-related career, let us help you get started.

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Who Should Attend

Anyone with a keen interest in Angular.

Date / Time / Venue
  • 29 Sep 2018, Saturday
  • 1.30 pm - 3:30 pm (Registration starts from 1.00 pm)
  • JTC Launchpad
    NUS-ISS StackUp Studio 1, #02-09
    Singapore 139957
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on Friday, 28 Sep 2018