JetBrains Session at Desert Code Camp 2012.1
Join JetBrains Technical Evangelist John Lindquist at Desert Code Camp in Chandler, Arizona. The event will take place at Chandler – Gilbert Community College this Saturday, November 17th, from 8:00am – 6:00pm. We will have a booth and would like to invite you to participate in our session featuring WebStorm, a web development tool that recently received an outstanding review by PCWorld.
AngularJS: Writing HTML of the Future
Time: 9:00am – 10:00am; Room: IRN-120
Learn how AngularJS allows you to write reusable HTML components and easily hook up to services. The presentation will focus on how AngularJS helps you build Single Page Web apps with components, data-binding, injection, routing and all the other features you’d expect to build a modern Web app.
We look forward to meeting you there!
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