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I had written a series of tutorials on AngularJS and before I started to learn I needed a bit of inspiration that would push me to spend some time on learning it. There are a lot of tutorials, write ups and interesting articles around the web on AngularJS. Some of them which I came across, really inspired me to go for it and hence I am writing an article here to share the same believing it will inspire or be useful for my readers as well.
This article written by Adam Conrad, put things in a simple and positive way that gives you a pointer to get started with AngularJS in 5 minutes. Yes, it is very easy to get started with AngularJS.
Ben Nadel had expressed his feelings on learning AngularJS over time with a beautiful graph. Though his graph expresses mixed emotions in the course of learning AngularJS, he concludes it saying that he was happy to have made a decision to learn and use AngularJS for the project he was working on. This page also carries some useful comments at the end of post.
This article has summarized 10 reasons why web developers should learn AngularJS. Each and every reason is explained clearly with supporting facts.
Last but not the least, I found this interview by Misko Hevery, founder of AngularJS explaining various interesting aspects of AngularJS. There is even an explanation on why they came up with this name 'Angular' for this framework they worked out.
This is pretty much what inspired and keeps inspiring me to learn and work on AngularJS. If you know about any interesting write-up on the same, which you think would make someone get their hands dirty with AngularJS, do post it on the comments section.
Assuming that you have gone through all the above mentioned useful links, and that you are inspired now to learn, take a look at my AngularJS
articles here to get started.
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