ngEurope: recap

I've finished all my posts on ngEurope, so here's a small recap.

The conference itself was very decent, with some minor hiccups. Kudos to the organizers, and I hope to be able to attend it again. The sessions and speakers were very good, and it was really interesting (dare I say inspiring?) to see all the things that are happening in the Angular, javascript, and web world.

Here is an overview of my posts, which is an overview of what I found most interesting:

Of course, ngEurope focussed on Angular, and there are so many other frameworks and libraries out there. Will Angular stick around long enough for that long-term project? Or should you try another option? Or will all this javascript-nonsense fade away sooner or later?

Nobody knows the answer to this, but these questions can be asked about any technology stack. I'd be willing to bet the web will be around for quite some time. If Angular will too? I don't know. But it's been around for some time now (released in 2009) and has a growing community around it. At the moment, it seems a pretty safe bet to me. But of course, it depends on the specifics of your project, which might be something I discuss in a separate post in the future.