Angular signals are a new feature that has the potential to revolutionize reactive programming in Angular, but apart from the newness of this new approach, the extreme love of some or the intense rejection of others, what are they really useful for?
Was it because the word 'reactive' was attractive in a new feature or because it was a much-needed introduction to the world of Angular?
Moreover, I will try to answer the most polarizing question after 'Does pineapple go on pizza': will signals replace RxJs?
In this talk, I will take you through the history of Angular's signals, from inception to creation to implementation, to understand what leads to their genesis.
You will learn what signals are and how they work, and through real-world use cases, I will show you how you can use them, switching existing logic from observables to signals.
I invite you to join me on this journey towards a new era of Angular to learn more about signals and how they can improve your Angular development experience.


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Very nicely presented argument!

Perfect mix of technical details and simplicity.

Fantastic Talk! Thank you Daniela

Awesome!!! Thank you!!!

Clear explanation

Fabiano Lecce at 10:59 on 24 Nov 2023

Excellent talk! Well organized, clear and complete!

Very interesting

Awesome talk. Keep going with public speaking

Very useful

Michele Polo at 11:09 on 24 Nov 2023

Nice talk.
An interesting and complex argument introduced Simply.
Thank you Daniela

Antonio Nesta at 12:14 on 24 Nov 2023

Simple and clear, very good.

very clear, interesting topic

Andrea Rizzo at 12:36 on 24 Nov 2023

Very useful tool that was explained in a simple and fun way

First talk? Rly?
Very good presentation and very interesting...
I don't want use signals anymore 🤣 but it's not your fault! 🤣

Leonardo at 15:38 on 24 Nov 2023

Nicely done

Rafael Mestre at 22:35 on 24 Nov 2023

Relevant and engaging. I wouldn’t know this was your first talk if you didn’t say so because you were great! Very confident

Antoine Aubry at 10:48 on 28 Nov 2023

Very instructive content, with a clear and well articulated presentation. Excellent work!

Enrico Trinco at 15:07 on 29 Nov 2023

As first talk it was very good. Nice mix of serious moments with funny moments to catch the general attention.

Awesome talk! Never lose the spark!