There's a new Atlanta Spring User Group. They've had two meetings so far, and a lot of members right off the bat. "What's Spring?" you ask. It's a Java/J2EE application platform, released under the Apache 2.0 license.You may have hear of some of its parts: Groovy and Grails. They seem to be closely tied to VMWare.
Open Source Happy Hour [Make & Build's Geek Nights]
Atlanta Spring User Group
This is a cross-post for Make & Build's Geek Nights, to see this event and more M&B events, go here. Join the group to stay updated on future events and happy hours!
Join us, Make & Build, a new technology-focused digital agency on the Westside, for beer and networking after a hard day's work.
Check out our new office space(formerly owned by the Zac Brown Band), enjoy FREE beer, play our 35-in-1 video game cabinet, get some cool swag, drink on the deck, see a drone demonstration, and hang out with some fellow technologists. M&B's team will be hanging out ready to talk shop and exchange ideas about the latest technology trends.
We will give a short welcome and introduction but tonight will be a break from the typical formal talks. We have plenty of free parking and security on site!
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.Atlanta, GA - USA
Thursday, August 7 at 6:30 PM
Creating modular test driven SPAs with Spring and AngularJS
Atlanta Spring User Group
Single-page Applications (SPA) are all the rage these days and with them there is an avalanche of new tools, libraries and frameworks we need to know. But what does this mean for us as Spring developers? In this session we will give you an overview of the current landscape and illustrate the choices the Spring XD team has made for its user interface. What do I use to write SPA applications? How do I integrate them into existing Spring-based backends? How do I build them? Can I integrate them into my existing Gradle or Maven build processes in order to achieve complete build automation? How do I integrate realtime messaging using Spring's SockJS/WebSocket support? In this talk we will answer these and many more questions. We will cover frameworks such as AngularJS, Bootstrap, RequireJS; tools like Bower, Grunt, Gulp; and also talk about testing using Karma and Protractor.
As a Pivotal engineer, Gunnar Hillert is a core committer for the Spring Integration and Spring XD projects. He has been a member of the Spring team for over 2 years. Gunnar is the president of the Atlanta Java Users Group since 2010 and is co-organizer for the DevNexus developer conference that attracted 900 developers in 2013. A native of Berlin, Germany, Gunnar has been calling Atlanta home for the past 12 years.Atlanta, GA - USA
Thursday, August 21 at 6:30 PM