When I was learning Angular, I kept a list of resources that helped me along the way. I figured that there were a couple of people on DN debating on whether to try Angular out - hopefully these links will help you decide. If you have something you would like to add, feel free to send a PR!
You went from 0 to 100, but was it real quick?
I discover new things about Angular all the time so 0 to 100 is a bit of an exaggeration but getting to a point where you can start building applications in Angular doesn't take too long.
IMO it is after learning the basics of Angular when it gets hard - when you start learning the design patterns, ways of separating concerns, etc (at this point, you start wanting to refactor everything).
He be on that angular-to-pay-the-bill shit.
Codeschool has created an interesting free course
I'm finding Code School's course helpful as a starting point.
Whatever you do, if you're starting out learning Angular, don't use this Treehouse course: http://teamtreehouse.com/library/angularjs. Really not good. At all.
My suggestion - Getting up-to-speed with AngularJS
Mate, I started a few days agora watching some Angular.js videos to finally get to 100 (or close to it)… So thank you, you could not have the best timing. :D
If you are already familiar with AngularJS then the Egghead videos are pretty helpful to learn more complex design patterns and best practices.
Yeah, I started with his basic videos, learning the basic bits & pieces Angular.js gives you. Cheers! :)
By the way guys what do you think about the way that he create a module for every action for CRUD like "categories.bookmars.edit", I find that a little too much detailed
+1 to Egghead.io
I've been a paying sub for a few months and it has helped me out tremendously. He does move fast so get ready.
Wow, convient as fuck.
I found that when learning something new half of my time is spent looking for good articles, threads, and tutorials. Hopefully this will save you that time. Also, I'll keep it updated with whatever I find helpful in the future as well.
Thank you. On the path right now!
Glad you've come over to the dark side ;)