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Learning AngularJS: More Helpful Info Sources

September 29, 2013

Since I’m short on time right now due to being involved in a couple of fascinating software projects, I’m going to have a short article this month.  Since posting last month’s article concerning helpful Angular Learning Sources, a couple more good sources have appeared.  Both are from Jeremy Likness’ blog “C#er Image”, as follows:

1.  His post of 9-19-2013 “10 Reasons Web Developers Should Learn AngularJS” passes on the knowledge Jeremy has gained from working on a substantial multi-person new development project using AngularJS with TypeScript.  It’s not often you get such timely information on an emerging technology from a seasoned professional practitioner in that technology.   Don’t miss this one!  http://csharperimage.jeremylikness.com/2013/09/10-reasons-web-developers-should-learn.html

2.  Jeremy’s post of 9-9-2012 “Synergy Between Services and Directives in AngularJS” demonstrates not only this topic, but also how a TypeScript interface can be used to decouple software parts from each other (i.e. program to an interface rather than an implementation) in AngualrJS.  http://csharperimage.jeremylikness.com/2013/09/synergy-between-services-and-directives.html

Thanks to Jeremy Likness for taking the time to write such useful articles.

George Stevens

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