Unlike Angular 1.x, Angular2 is not tightly coupled to the DOM. In fact, Angular2 was built from the ground up to potentially run anywhere, including your web server. In this talk, we will go through the implications of this design and demonstrate the power of rendering your Angular2 app on the server.
Jeff is the Chief Architect at GetHuman and co-organizer of the extremely popular Angular Boston meetup. He recently gave a talks at ng-conf 2015 on Angular 1.x server rendering and ng-vegas 2015 on Angular 2. More recently he has been working on bringing server rendering to Angular 2.
Patrick, aka PatrickJS, is working on AngularClass, Ionic2, Angular2, and the Isomorphic Angular Team. Previously the CTO of Keychain Logistics where he and his team work with Angular innovation everyday, including their mobile app which is built with Ionic. He is also 2014 the Launch Hackathon Winner and created Reddit Insight which was on the front page of /r/technology and TechCrunch. He has been contributing to Angular since the beginning and remains very active throughout its progression. He is also the author of numerous Angular modules. When he isn't dreaming about the future of web applications he likes to eat sushi, boba, pizza, and talk about why isomorphism is the bees knees.