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@Beepop_Agency: Getting started with Angular 2+, a four post blog series on components, inputs/output/events and ngmodule:

I appreciate the work Todd’s put into this but after moving from Angular to Vue/React the sheer amount of reference material for the framework formerly known as Angular 2 just looks intimidating. It doesn’t really seemed to have learnt from all the ways you could shoot yourself in the foot in the first one.

Getting started with Angular 2+, a four post blog series on components, inputs/output/events and ngmodule • /r/angularjs

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