Tutorials For Angular

These days, people who are considered “fullstack” developers are considered to be unicorns. That is, it’s seemingly rare for new grad developers to be fullstack, and instead they are picking a development path and sticking with it. It wasn’t really like that 10-15 years ago. When I first started developing commercially I obviously got to learning ASP.NET (Around .NET 2-ish), but you better believe I had to learn HTML/CSS and the javascript “framework” of the day – jQuery. There was no “fullstack” or “front end” developers, you were just a “developer”.

Lately my javascript framework of choice has been Angular. I started with AngularJS 1.6 and took a bit of a break, but in the last couple of years I’ve been working with Angular all the way up to Angular 8. Even though Angular’s documentation is actually pretty good, there’s definitely been a few times where I feel I’ve cracked a chestnut of a problem and thought “I should really start an Angular blog to share this”. After all, that’s exactly how this blog started. In the dark days of .NET Core (before the first release even!), I was blogging here trying to help people running into the same issues as me.

And so, I’ve started Tutorials For Angular. I’m not going to profess to be a pro in Angular (Or even javascript), but I’ll be sharing various tips and tricks that I’ve run into in my front end development journey. Content is a bit light at the moment but I have a few long form articles in the pipeline on some really tricky stuff that stumped me when I got back into the Angular groove, so if that sounds like you, come on over and join in!

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