Best of DZone: Angular Tutorials for Beginners and Experts Alike

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Best of DZone: Angular Tutorials for Beginners and Experts Alike

To paraphrase Mugatu, Angular is so hot right now. Whether you're a beginner or an expert looking to brush up, this is your one-stop shop for the Angular hotness.

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Angular is a widely popular framework for building web applications, especially single page applications (SPAs). Earlier this year, 55% fo the Stack Overflow community said they loved coding in Angular. That's a lot of folks! Given the huge demand for Angular in the wider developer community, as well as in our own community here at DZone, we put together this post that contains the best Angular tutorials DZone has published over the years. Enjoy!

Angular Tutorials 

  1. AngularJS: Different Ways to Using Array Filters by Siva Prasad Reddy Katamreddy. An oldie but a goodie, this tutorial walks you through several different methods of interacting with data stored in variable arrays in the AngularJS framework. 

  2. Angular 2: Two Ways to Pass Data by Ajitesh Kumar. A discussion of how data is passed between components in the Angular 2 framework. We'll dive into property binding, the interaction between child and parent components, the use of the @input decorator, and how to use input arrays. 

  3. CRUD Using Spring Data REST, AngularJS, and Spring Boot by Priyadarshini Balachandran. A great step-by-step tutorial on how to use these three popular and powerful technologies to develop a CREATE, READ, UPDATE, DELETE (CRUD) application, using AngularJS as the main development framework. 

  4. Creating a Simple Web App With Java 8, Spring Boot, and Angular by Ashish Lohia. A tutorial on how to create a full-stack application, using Java 8 for backend logic and Angular to create the front-end application, allowing the user to manipulate the DOM.

  5. Understanding @Output and EventEmitter in Angular by Dhananjay Kumar. A web developer discusses the @Output and EventEmitter, using the development of simple web application to illustrate the functionalities of these two components in the Angular framework. 

DZone Publications on Angular and Web App Development

  1. DZone Guide to Dynamic Web and Mobile Application Development featuring articles by Isabelle Mauny, Paulo Renato, Clinton Sprauve, and Tom Smith. As mobile devices have become more and more engrained into everyday life, the line between web and mobile has become more and more blurred. Native development has given way to hybrid and web-based approaches. Download this guide to learn about how application development trends have changed to account for these changes, managing APIs and security in mobile development, 12-factor app guidelines, and more.

  2. Angular Essentials by Dhananjay Kumar and Gil Fink. This Refcard will teach you about the essential pieces of Angular and the main concepts behind working with this ever-growing platform for web-based applications through detailed diagrams, example code snippets, and in-depth explanations. You will learn about using TypeScript libraries, component classes, data binding mechanisms, and more.

What the Angular Team Has to Say

  1. 2 New Tools to Help With AngularJS to Angular Migrations by Elana Olson. Given that provided a lot of links to older versions of Angular, if you want to learn how to migrate your older Angular apps to the latest version, check out this great article by a member of the Angular team.

  2. Version 7 of Angular: CLI Prompts, Virtual Scroll, Drage and Drop, and More by Stephen Fluin. Get acquainted with the latest member of the Angular family with this wonderful tutorial by a member of the brain trust behind Angular itself.

  3. Angular Documentation - Have you loved reading through all the articles from DZone contributors and the team at Google about Angular? Take a gander at the documentation and get started on your own Angular application today!

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