Why and how I learn AngularJS
Short answer: Ionic Applications and via udemy
Long answer: I would very much like to produce simple Ionic applications. I find that they may be very helpful at a lot of things I do. And if I continue to make them better based on my and others user experience, who knows, maybe a little commercial success may help funding other projects of mine.
Now programming languages aren’t that easy to learn. Not only do your learn a new way to say common expressions in new terms, you also learn new functionalities and rules. But after a while, especially after you learn (and understand) the basic similarities most programming languages need to have to produce functioning applications it gets easier. Now it feels more like learning an accent than an actual language. Huge.
Even still, you need a good teacher (or a good book) if you want to learn efficiently. Alternatively you may always read the documentation and progress through boredom.
Always since my Google Adwords course on udemy I grew quite fond of how udemy teachers transformed boring texts into quite good & fast-paced videos.
So I settled (based on the raving reviews) with the AngularJS udemy course by Maximilian Schwarzmüller and start now my journey to mastering AngularJS.
As with most other courses I will mostly only post the products of my assignments and maybe some study notes here and there.
While I could output pictures of the completed assignments, I don’t see much sense in showing dynamic functionality in a single picture. And while in return GIFs would work in showing the functionality, it is a whole lot of additional work producing them website-compatible for such basic stuff. Maybe later, when my work becomes worth being displayed visually.