re: React to Angular VIEW POST


Angular has a very good tutorial that will teach you the fundamentals. I would start with that first: angular.io/tutorial. After you get a good understanding of how it works, then I would ask for paid resources that explore Angular tutorials in depth.

Two main pieces of advice:
1) When you google/Stack Overflow anything related to an Angular, make sure you put the version number on your results. Angular and AngularJS can get easily mixed up in your results that way.

2) Be patient with how opinionated Angular is and how it wants you to lay out logic.

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