Hey, I'm Deepak, an experienced full-stack developer with more than a decade of corporate experience, having strong programming skills and have been working on Angular while writing this blog. As part of my initiative "Learn with Deepak", I am trying to give some free knowledgeable resources on programming, finance, management and entrepreneurship.
Today, I brought you a new learning experience with my 30 days challenge where starting today, you can learn Angular in 15 days like I did few years back. After 15 days, you may work on few pretend/dummy projects for your own practice in next 15 days. I'll share few simple project ideas for that too.
After this journey of 30 days, you shouldn't find any difficulty in kickstarting your front-end development career into Angular. During this 30 days of journey, I'll be with you, sharing my knowledge & experience through my blogs on Angular and tweets.
I'll keep sharing few additional programming solutions with examples that can enrich your knowledge further and will be a great resource of learning and solving real-life programming problems.
With this 30 days tutorial series on Angular, I assure you of good learning experience. If you are already working on this technology then possibly you may find some of the initial tutorials not worthy. In that scenario, you may directly jump off to your topic of interest using ToC (Table of Content).
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Let's begin your journey to learn Angular fast with 30 days of programming challenge.
Day 04: Modules, Routing and Navigation
Day 05: Forms in Angular
Day 06: Pipes & Decorators
Day 07: Parent-Child Components
Day 08: Directives and Data Binding
Day 09: Custom Directives
Day 10: HTTP and Web Services
Day 11: Observables and Promises
Day 12: Route Guards
Day 13: Service Workers and PWAs
Day 14: Multi-Project Application
Day 15: Unit Testing
Day 16 – Day 30: Practice, Practice and Practice
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