Hi guys, if like me you’re a newbie to Angular JS and you’re trawling through the internet to find comprehensive materials to understand Angular and not just lose your mind sifting through the documentation so the beginning can make sense, I hope I’m able to help you save some precious time there and organize some materials under one index so we can step with our right foot forward towards Angular and hopefully get your very own web-app up and running pretty soon.

NOTE: If you’re a beginner to coding, this is probably not a very good start. Instead try out some excellent courses on coding here: http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial/c/lesson1.html

and for web development here: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/java-programming

Okay, lets get on with Angular.


Why Angular?

The internet since its inception has been all about interaction, but there is only so much we can do with basic HTML/XML and CSS. Javascripts brought logic into webpages and Angular is the next generation framework of Javascript where each tool was designed to work with every other tool in an interconnected way.

Angular carries out an excellent separation of roles that in the developers’ community is known as MVC or the Model-View-Controller. This separation of roles helps provide high cohesion and low coupling and affords a few more hours of sleep to developers when debugging.

Interested now? Great! Now that I have curious cat mewling in your mind you can start by downloading the module from https://angularjs.org/ . You’ll also probably want to check these short videos out to get going and do try out the sample code in the videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBTXLYhPD8MHGMW-ZEvdAtkxyAz-N8Toj

After you’re done with these videos and the sample codes there you’ll be left with a sense of accomplishment. But now you’ll probably want to wet your hands with some code of your own and stretch those fingers of yours. No worry, the next thing to do is look for the “ng-Book”.

You can get it online from https://www.ng-book.com/


buy a hardcopy from http://www.amazon.com/ng-book-Complete-AngularJS-Ari-Lerner/dp/099134460X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1443776909&sr=1-1&keywords=ng-book

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Happy coding!