Angular 4 (formerly Angular 2): Master Angular (both Angular 4 and Angular 2) and build awesome, reactive web apps with the successor of Angular.js
Building Applications with Angular, Firebase, and AngularFire: Firebase is a real-time NoSQL Backend as a Service. Angular is the most popular front end MVC framework. Put the two together and you've got magic. AngularFire was written by the Firebase team to create a simple and elegant API for using Firebase in your Angular applications. It makes authentication a breeze, and allows amazing three-way data binding. By the end of this course, you'll have created a fully functional app, and be ready to start developing an app of…
Play By Play: Angular Internationalization with John Papa and Brian Clark: Play by Play is a series where experts work on a solution in real time. It's unrehearsed and unscripted. In this course, John Papa sits down with Brian Clark to build internationalization into an Angular app. Internationalization is a powerful way to provide a better experience for users around the world by translating applications into local languages. Brian demonstrates how to integrate the popular angular-translate library, add multiple languages…
Ciro Nunes (@cironunesdev): The latest Tweets from Ciro Nunes (@cironunesdev). Lead Frontend Engineer @CrossEngage, Google Developer Expert in Angular @GoogleDevExpert. Berlin, Germany
Automated Angular 2 Conventions with Webpack: Automated Angular 2 Conventions with Webpack
Understanding @Injectable in Angular by thoughtram: We might run into unexpected behaviour when injecting service dependencies. This article details how to do it right.
Even better ES5 code for Angular by thoughtram: Nobody prevents us from writing Angular code in ES5. In this article we take a look at a new, much better, syntax to write Angular in ES5.
Developing a zippy component in Angular by thoughtram: Just recently we've built a simple zippy component in Angular 2.0.0 and in this article we want to show how. Read on to build your first component.