Practical AngularJS DevOps
From writing the AngularJS sources in your favorite code editor to running the application in a production environment, involves a considerable amount of steps. There are the basic steps of transpiling, packing up your files, minification, etc. And to make sure that we have a quality app, we add some unit testing and code coverage to the mix, optionally performing some performance testing. By the way, we need to perform the actual production deployment too.
In this session we'll look at a practical example of how to setup a fully automated release pipeline, so that you can focus on writing code rather than operating a deployment infrastructure.
Sam is the co-founder of Code Bridge Texas, a speaker, volunteer, teacher, developer, and high school student in Houston, Texas.
She enjoys running, learning, driving, and playing with her cat.