Learn JavaScript Series: The 3 Best Resources and Tutorials to Learn AngularJS

AngularJS is a great JavaScript framework which is still widely used to easily create all sorts of web applications. You are also able to build detailed and complex client-side apps with it too. Or as they are saying it about themselves “AngularJS is what HTML would have been, had it been designed for building web-apps.”

From this short top list of three items you’ll get the big picture about Angular and will be able to start your journey of mastering the framework. It’s worth to learn it, even with Angular2. Let’s get it started!

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Thinkster.io – A Better Way to Learn AngularJS

“This AngularJS course is built with the intent of exposing you to the best available resources on each Angular topic. The creator’s desire is to present these topics richly, and from a variety of vantage points, in order to afford you a more complete perspective on them.

The learning curve of AngularJS can be described as a hockey stick. Getting started with apps featuring basic functionality is delightfully easy. However, building more complex apps often require understanding Angular’s inner workings. Failure to do so will cause development to become awkward and cumbersome.

Are you a developer or a web designer?  This tool will make your workflow a lot easier and your job simpler

With AngularJS, the “Ready, Fire, Aim” learning methodology of duct taping together a handful of tutorials and a cursory glance through the documentation will lead to confusion and frustration. This curriculum is designed to properly guide you through each of the key Angular concepts thoroughly with a broad exposure to high quality content. With your eventual mastery of AngularJS, you will be able to fluently and efficiently construct large-scale applications.”

Egghead.io – AngularJS Apps From Scratch

“AngularJS is an incredibly powerful framework but sometimes it can be confusing and frustrating trying to figure out how all of these amazing features actually fit together. In this series, you will learn how to build a non-trivial AngularJS application from the ground up through a series of small, digestible lessons.

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As the creator’s build out their sample application, Eggly, you will quickly start to identify useful techniques that you can apply to your own projects. The videos series is broken out into three series so that you can start at whatever level is most appropriate for you.”

CodeSchool – Shaping Up With AngularJS

“Angular allows your application to have an expanded HTML library. Learn to add behavior to your HTML and speed up your application’s responsiveness.”

The mastermind behind this course is Gregg Pollack, who is passionate about taking complex topics and teaching them efficiently. He’s helped build Envy Labs, Starter Studio, and Code School.

 

That’s about it based on our opinion. Happen to know a cool guide to learn Angular? Share with our readers in the comment section.

 

 

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14 Responses to “Learn JavaScript Series: The 3 Best Resources and Tutorials to Learn AngularJS”

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  2. Simon Mohoalali says:

    I have used codeschool and thinkster. Just had a look at egghead. Looks decent as well. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Rob Mitchell says:

    There’s a much more thorough post, done back in October 2014, a year and a half before this one! and it even references another one that’s specifically for Angular 2: http://fullstack.info/beginning-angularjs/

  4. Luke says:

    Trying to learn Angularjs before learning JS is like trying to drive an 18 wheeler without having a drive’s license or any experience in driving a regular automobile. Neither situation is recommended and both are a danger to ones health.

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