April 25-29, 2016

Event Details

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Writing an AngularJS Plugin for Horizon

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AngularJS is a front-end web framework. It is a popular choice among many web developers for its simple, but powerful features. Horizon has been on the strategic path of “Angularizing” its front-end. Many new Horizon plugins are being created using the Angular library. This workshop is focused on learning how to write an Angular plugin that integrates with the Horizon dashboard.

This workshop will first introduce the basics of writing an Angular plugin for Horizon. We will use the existing Angular LBaaS v2 plugin as an example project to work with and learn from.

Expect a great learning experience for new developers looking to write Horizon Angular plugins as well as experienced Horizon developers to better understand the Angular technology.

What can I expect to learn?

Expect a great learning experience for using Horizon to use the LBaaS v2 capabilities, we will also touch on the resource hierarchy. We will cover any gotchas and tips along the way that you should keep in mind while working with this plugin.

Thursday, April 28, 11:00am-12:30pm (4:00pm - 5:30pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
IBM, Software Engineer
Doug Fish has worked for IBM since 1997 focused on user interface development. He is a core reviewer on Horizon with interests in localization, usability, extensibility, and stability. FULL PROFILE
Neela is a Senior Software Engineer in IBM Cloud and Open Technologies, focusing on OpenStack development and cloud solutions. Neela has worked on IBM Cloud Solutions that are based on OpenStack. She is currently focused on OpenStack Heat and Horizon projects.  FULL PROFILE