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How to Learn Angular 2 – Front End Classroom

How to Learn Angular 2 #angularjs  …

  • There are so many, rather than list all of the courses I could find, I’m listing only the top courses from each website.
  • The course also walks you through building a real world application.
  • Despite Angular’s popularity Angular 2 seems to me like it has been slow to catch on with Angular 1 developers.
  • The course walks you through building components with Angular 2.
  • The course takes you from creating components to routing in single page applications.

First of all, let me preface this by saying I recommend that you learn React over Angular, if you have no experience with either. That is simply my preference though. Both frameworks are so popular that with their combined popularity, no other framework comes close. So, you can’t go wrong learning Angular. It’s still very popular, and you can find plenty of jobs out there for Angular developers.

@frontendclass: How to Learn Angular 2 #angularjs …

First of all, let me preface this by saying I recommend that you learn React over Angular, if you have no experience with either. That is simply my preference though. Both frameworks are so popular that with their combined popularity, no other framework comes close. So, you can’t go wrong learning Angular. It’s still very popular, and you can find plenty of jobs out there for Angular developers.

Despite Angular’s popularity however, Angular 2 seems to me like it has been slow to catch on with Angular 1 developers. But if you are new to Angular and determined to learn it, I would suggest learning Angular 2 over Angular 1. And there is no shortage of courses teaching Angular 2. In fact, there are so many, rather than list all of the courses I could find, I’m listing only the top courses from each website. So, here are our recommended courses for learning Angular 2.

“Angular 2: Getting Started” is designed to help you do just that, get started with Angular 2. It is designed for beginners. This course takes you from creating components to routing in single page applications. It currently has 5 out of 5 stars with 372 ratings. Run time: 5 hours and 26 minutes.

“Preparing for and Migrating Applications to Angular 2” is recommended for those developers who are already using Angular 1 and need to migrate their applications to Angular 2. This course walks you through migrating your application piece by piece rather than a full rewrite. It’s designed for intermediate developers. It has 4.5 out of 5 stars with 42 ratings. Run time: 2 hours and 57 minutes.

Pluralsight offers a 10 day free trial, but you can join there for $29 a month or $299 for one year.

“Angular 2 – The Complete Guide” has 4.6 out of 5 stars with 6,036 ratings and is listed as a “bestselling” course on Udemy. This course covers building an application all the way from setup to deployment. It even covers using the Angular 2 CLI. It’s designed for all levels, so prior knowledge of HTML and JavaScript isn’t necessary. Run time: 16 hours and 30 minutes.

“Angular 2 with TypeScript for Beginners: The Pragmatic Guide” has 4.5 out of 5 stars with 4,483 ratings. This course also walks you through building a real world application. It’s designed for all levels but recommends previous experience developing web applications. Run time: 9 hours.

Membership is not required with Udemy. Courses must be purchased individually.

“Get Started with Angular 2” is a free course on egghead.io that you can do in less than half an hour. This course walks you through building components with Angular 2. It’s a good place to start since it’s currently free and short. Run time: 26 minutes.

There are many other courses on egghead.io for Angular 2 listed here. Some of them require a pro membership to watch. Signing up for a Pro membership costs $199.99 per year and gives you access to all videos, courses and lessons.

“Build Web Apps with Angular 2” walks you through building a demo app in Angular 2. It covers routing and even building the application with Webpack.  Run time: 9 hours and 54 minutes.

You can join Frontend Masters to watch their video courses for $39 a month.

That’s it for our recommended courses on Angular 2. I hope this helps you get started learning Angular 2. There’s plenty of options out there, so why not get a jump start on 2017 and learn something new today?

How to Learn Angular 2 – Front End Classroom

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