My name is Deepak anand and I’ll be walking you through some of the key fundamentals, some of the things I really like. IF you are new to the AngularJS and don’t know about it, you can read it from the official documentation of the angularJS from their website. I personally started reading from the official documentation. This includes documentation, demonstrations and tutorials.
The first time I went there I was really excited about it. I heard about it from a friend. I really hadn’t been on the SPA (Single Page Application) bandwagon because I just felt it was too much of a mess. There’s too many scripts involved and you have all of these different things you need to deal with.
So I was really excited about Angular because it really was, as you’ll see, kind of a SPA framework.
It felt a little bit strange.
I saw all these different words like “transclusion” , “scope” , “directive” etc.
In fact I wasn’t even sure if “transclusion” was an actual word or not, but it turns out it is. I kind of felt like this guy.
It turns out I just wasn’t thinking about it the right way, and about how to approach it.
Once I took a step back and relaxed a little bit and said “Heh! This can’t be as hard as I’m making it.” I chilled out a little bit and start my tour to angularJS. Now I am good with angularJS.
Where to start?
So you’ve heard about AngularJS, but you’re not exactly sure how to get started with it? It is very common, we always want to learn but don’t know where to start with. I was one of them. In my tutorials, I will try to make it easy for you to learn AngularJS.
What you should know before starting?
There are some web technologies which you should have hands on before starting the angularJS. These are:
If you are familiar with these web technologies then you can easily learn AngularJS.