.NET Rocks!

Angular 2 CLI with Joseph Woodward

Episode #1339 Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Why would a client-side Javascript library have a command line interface? Carl and Richard talk to Joseph Woodward about the power of the Angular CLI. It's all about the scripting! Joseph talks about all those tedious tasks involved in getting an application set up when you're ready to push out to the world. Angular CLI is all about automating that process using NodeJS style modules. The conversation also explores utilizing as many existing tools as possible, like Bower, Sass, and so on. You don't have to depend on Visual Studio if you don't want to - there are lots of ways to get deployed!


Joseph Woodward

Joseph Woodward is a South West England based .NET software engineer currently working at Just Eat for the International Platforms team. Having spent the first part of his career programming predominantly in PHP, Joe realized the joys he was missing when he started getting his feet wet in the .NET world almost 5 years ago. Outside of work Joe is an active member of the .NET community and helps organize the .NET South West user group. Joe also enjoys speaking at local meet-ups and conferences, sharing, learning, growing, contributing to open-source projects, blogging and trying to play the piano. You can find Joe blabbing on about software on twitter at @joe_mighty or via his blog at josephwoodward.co.uk When talking to Joe be sure not to mention TypeScript - you won't be able to shut him up about it.


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