- First things first, check out the official AngularJS blog. Authors of this formidable blog include the founders* of the AngularJS framework:
- Next hop on over to AngularJS Daily for your regular dose of AngularJS news and chatter from around the web.
- After wading through pages of information, you may want to dip your toe into any of these sites that will teach you AngularJS from the beginning or give you advanced tutorials:
- If paper is your thing, there are a bunch of books available for your reading pleasure:
- Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS, by Pawel Kozlowski and Peter Bacon Darwin
- NG-book – The Complete Book on AngularJS, by Ari Lerner
- AngularJS, by Brad Green and Shyam Seshadri
- AngularJS Web Application Development Blueprints, by Vinci Rufus
- Visuals are also very helpful. You can find a surplus of videos on both 油Tube and Vimeo. Probably the standout is the keynote from the 2014 NG Conference given by Misko Hevery and Brad Green.
- Speaking of the NG Conference, events give you the chance to hear from the leaders of AngularJS, find out what’s new in the community and hack with your peers:
- Or maybe you prefer smaller meetings where you can network with other AngularJS’ers or get some face time with people in the know. If so, go to a local meet-up, they are happening all over the world.
- Several blogs are offering code, advice, history, thoughts, comparisons and all sorts of AngularJS tidbits from people who are passionate about AngularJS:
- Once you’re up and running, you may want to compare what you are doing to what others have already done. Built with AngularJS gives you a plethora of example apps and experiments.
- You may also have problems or issues, so be sure to check out either Quora or Stackoverflow to find answers to questions already posted or pose your own.
- And if all of the above isn’t enough, there is a bunch of other AngularJS assets on GitHub – including links, blogs, articles, videos, etc.