Recording date: 2018-09-20
John Papa https://twitter.com/john_papa
Ward Bell https://twitter.com/wardbell
Sam Julien https://twitter.com/samjulien
** Rob Wormald** https://twitter.com/robwormald
(0:01:20) Mailbag https://twitter.com/D2KX_/status/1052980944389513217 about Polymer's life and web components
(0:01:30) Polymer https://www.polymer-project.org/
(0:02:44) Rob says that more common features will move to the platform for web components
(0:05:04) Rob talks about solving the problem of recreating the same component over and over (DatePicker as an example)
(0:05:26) DatePicker in Angular Material https://material.angular.io/components/datepicker
(0:05:46) Rob talks about solving the problem of recreating the same component over and over (DatePicker as an example)
(0:06:31) Dan talks about jQuery and the plugins for extensibility
(0:08:33) Ward asks Rob if he sees people want to interop between platforms
(0:09:12) Rob talks about how Google has various internal tools
(0:10:20) Angular's new Ivy compiler https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIxknqPOWms&feature=youtu.be&t=1360
(0:10:37) John asks Rob to explain the Ivy compiler
(0:11:15) Tree shaking https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Glossary/Tree_shaking
(0:11:30) Rob talks about how an Angular app will be about 15kb with Ivy
(0:14:00) John asks Rob if sharing company specific UI libraries is one of the goals of Angular Elements
(0:14:32) Angular Elements https://angular.io/guide/elements
(0:15:32) Ward asks Rob about dynamic forms and how Angular Elements may address it
(0:17:44) Ward asks about the value of AngularElements talking to each other! Vanilla web components are stand alone. Great. But I build apps and apps are components that talk to each other. If I'm building with AE, I get that inter-comm among elements, yes? How does that work?
(0:19:08) Dan asks Rob about how this impacts big companies
(0:20:26) Rob talks about SkateJS https://github.com/skatejs/skatejs
(0:21:09) Ward asks Rob about vanilla web components.
(0:21:19) Ward says components should be able to talk to each other.
(0:22:37) Rob addresses how components can talk to each other with Angular Elements
(0:23:30) Dan says a lot of the companies he works with have islands of apps and want to take a feature and drop it in with a tool like Angular Elements.
(0:24:00) Ward says he loves Sharepoint
(0:24:29) Rob explains how Sharepoint users are one of the larger consumers of Angular Elements
(0:24:45) Ward says there may be similar things in the Salesforce world too
(0:26:52) John asks Rob how much Angular comes along for the ride with Angular Elements
(0:27:17) Rob explains the basic steps to create a component with Angular Elements.
(0:28:11) Rob says the way you author a component doesn't change, just how you bootstrap it.
(0:28:35) Dan asks if he needs the CLI to create and build Angular Elements
(0:29:38) Ward asks if DI works across the elements
(0:32:06) Ward asks Rob how he sees the other frameworks handling this problem.
(0:32:00) Rob talks about his experience with React and Vue's approaches to custom elements.
(0:32:56) Rob says the React team is talking with the Angular team about this, but he does not know of their plans.
(0:34:13) Rob says Vue provides the ability to publish component from inside of Vue, as far as he knows
(0:35:30) Rob talks about their relationship and cooperation with Ionic https://ionicframework.com/
(0:37:53) Someone to follow - Thierno Thiam https://twitter.com/localhost_droid and https://twitter.com/dakarPromiseJs
(0:48:42) Someone to follow - Minko Gechev https://twitter.com/mgechev
(0:39:30) Someone to follow - is Laurie Voss, https://twitter.com/seldo COO and co-founder of npm http://our-origins.com/post/171840751116/laurie-voss-co-founder-and-coo-at-npm
(0:40:00) Someone to follow - Jason Miller author of preact https://twitter.com/_developit https://twitter.com/preactjs