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Angular Pt. 4: Go Fetch! (APIs)

June 12 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Let’s finish the Angular series strong together! Coding & Cocktails continues its Angular series with a fourth and final session. We will be building a trivia app in Angular over four sessions:

  • 03/13/2021: SPA Day (Intro to Single Page Applications)
  • 04/10/2021: Playing with Blocks (Angular Components)
  • 05/08/2021: Fake It ’Til You Make It (Data Binding & DOM Manipulation)
  • 06/21/2021: Go Fetch (APIs)

In our fourth session, we will finish strong by hooking up the back end of our trivia app. We will use APIs and Angular services to pull real data into our single page application (SPA). This two hour online session will include a presentation and time to work through a worksheet with support from mentors.

The Coding & Cocktails Angular series assumes knowledge of the basics of web development. We recommend this course for those who have completed a bootcamp, completed self-study in web development concepts, or attended web development workshops (including previous C&C sessions on HTML, CSS, JavaScript Part 1 and 2, Git and Command Line). We also recommend attending each session in order.

In short:

  • Required knowledge includes HTML, CSS, JS, Git, node, npm, using the CLI and an IDE.
  • Recommended knowledge includes ES6 constructs (classes, interfaces) and API fundamentals.

Although this may not be the right session for absolute beginners, we are here to support our attendees both in session and throughout the month on Slack. Feel free to reach out for help brushing up or good resources to review.

This is a free online event.

  • You MUST register on Eventbrite to attend
  • All Coding & Cocktails events are exclusively for women. We are trans and non-binary inclusive.
  • Must be at least 21 to attend
  • Please familiarize yourself with Kansas City Women in Technology’s Code of Conduct

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