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Video Review: Build a Strong Angular JS Foundation
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Build a Strong AngularJS Foundation
by Lukas Ruebbelke and Matias Niemala
O’Reilly Media

This video series has nearly three hours of content broken into six modules. Each module is broken into smaller video chunks. Generally each video is one to three minutes long, although a few are around the ten minute mark.  Exercise files and a sample application are included for download with the videos.

Module 1: Hello AngularJS

Module 2: Module

Module 3: Controller

Module 4: View

Module 5: Services

Module 6: Directives

You can either stream or download the videos.  The cost of the entire series is $59.99.  If you are a visual learner or prefer to learn from videos, this would be the way to do it.  The videos take you from understanding the history of Angular and what it is, to how to use it.  The presenters aren’t exactly the most polished, but they explain the concepts and code in a clear manner.  With code examples and a full application to download along with the videos, this series should give you a solid basic understanding of Angular.

 



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Mon, Feb 13th 2017 7:23p   Kathy Brown
IBM Connect 2017 is just a week away.  I’ll be there and look forward to learning new stuff and meeting new people.  In addition to attending sessions and networking events, John Head and I will available to meet with YOU to discuss your collaboration roadmap.  And thanks to our partnership with LDC, we will also be the onsite representatives for LDC Via. If you’d like to meet with us, then go check out what we’re offering and sign up here, connect17.psclistens.com!
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Thu, Jan 19th 2017 3:50p   Kathy Brown
Okay, it’s a secret in that I’m not blogging it, but it’s not so secret, in that all you have to do is reach out to me ( @IamKathyBrown on most social media ) or any other IBM Champion of your choice, for a $100 discount to attend IBM Connect 2017. If you read this in time, you can also listen to the ICS Community call this morning at 10AM ET (link), where they will discuss “What To Expect at IBM Connect”.  If you miss it, they usually record it.
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