Angular lets you build your first applications quickly and develop them deeply. Once you've learned the basics of Angular, it's time to add polish and animation. Angular offers many options for simplifying front-end design and templating, communicating efficiently with the server side, and moving to the next level with web components.
Apply Material Design to jump-start projects that look great.
Develop efficient and reusable approaches for sharing information between client and server.
Improve the security of your applications with reliable authentication.
A senior interactive software engineer, Joseph Labrecque also is an Adobe educator and digital media studio head.
Robby Millsap is a .NET web services lead engineer at Trek Bicycle and a LinkedIn Learning instructor.
In his professional life, Robby is focused on outworking his competition, striving to be the 1 in 10,000 and not the other 9,999. Prior to his current role, Robby was a lead UI engineer at DashBid, and a senior software engineer at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, where he developed financial applications for banks. His skills include software development, public speaking, and developer training. You can learn more about Robby at iamsap.com.
Victor Mejia is a senior UI engineer and instructor.
Bonnie Brennan is an Angular architect and the founder of the ngHouston Angular Meetup.
Along with her teenage daughter, she also cofounded Code Bridge Texas, where together they plan and teach free programming workshops for girls and women. Bonnie has been writing and teaching Angular since 2013 and is passionate about code quality, continuing education, and empowering others who want to learn.
Emmanuel Henri is a full-stack developer with 20 years of experience in programming, technology, and design.