Video: Using angular with your CMS

Filip Bech-Larsen
Sep 29, 2017 · 1 min read

Last week in Lisbon, I spoke about how to use Angular outside the more common scenario of line of business applications.

So.. we really wanna use the new shiny angular, we want to build a Single-Page-Application so we can animate page-transitions, but we still want the CMS to control routes and templates (we have many and they change all the time). We also want the CMS-editor to be in control of the pages content and render unknown rows of dynamic content. How can we remain this level of flexibility while compiling our templates Ahead-Of-Time (AOT).

Last week at an Angular event in Lisbon, I was invited to speak about this. In the walk, we followed the thought- and working process, trial and errors and ended up with a working solution. I gave my opinion on pros/cons, did some live-coding, tradeoffs and ended up with showing a GitHub repository for everyone to go home and clone.

Watch my contribution here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtbFunlt_K0

IMPACT Developers

Digital agency with 190 employees and offices in Aarhus…

Filip Bech-Larsen

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Google Dev Expert and Software Development Manager at @IMPACTdigitaldk

IMPACT Developers

Digital agency with 190 employees and offices in Aarhus, Odense, Copenhagen and Lisbon. We work with strategy, implementation of platforms and digital marketing.

Filip Bech-Larsen

Written by

Google Dev Expert and Software Development Manager at @IMPACTdigitaldk

IMPACT Developers

Digital agency with 190 employees and offices in Aarhus, Odense, Copenhagen and Lisbon. We work with strategy, implementation of platforms and digital marketing.

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