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I wanted to complile a list of resources which I've found that I'll be leveraging as I go down the path of learning AngularJS and which I thought might be useful to Tuts+ readers. I've broken them down by categories and included both commercial and freely available resources.
And to be clear, this isn't the end-all, be-all of resources. Invariably, someone will ask why I didn't include a specific resource and that's okay. Just realize this list isn't all-inclusive and solely meant to kickstart my AngularJS learning effort.
* AngularJS Official Resources * Online AngularJS Courses * AngularJS Community Resources * AngularJS Books * Way More Stuff Available
Selector-Query - Selector Query is a jQuery plugin that adds selector classes to elements depending on its width. Think of media queries but for element widths instead of browser widths. (Selector Query #jQuery #plugin - element-level media queries.
This article is my first one for quite a while, there is a reason for that but I will not bore you all with that. Anyway I have written this article after a little time off. So what does it do, what is this article about?
This article will talk about some of the fundamental ideas behind Angular.js, and shall then focus on the specifics of the demo application that I have created to go along with this article.
Before we get into the actual article I will just breifly (not too techie just yet, though I know you lot will want to see that, and it will come don't worry) talk about what the demo app does in plain terms, so you know how to drive the thing yourself when you download it.
Some people make a living off of helping people to accomplish tricky tech tasks, but even if you do not consider yourself (10 Basic #Tech #Tasks that Everyone Should Know How to Do | @ModernLifeBlogs http://t.co/XdtXWjJzry...
I have a term for yuppies in the Gen Y age group—I call them Gen Y Protagonists & Special Yuppies, or GYPSYs. A GYPSY is a unique brand of yuppie, one who thinks they are the main character of a very special story.
Fernando Zamora's insight:
Interesting take. On the psycology of what makes people happy. I believe Time magazine pointed out that the people of Costa Rica were the happiest nation and they were just above the poverty line. The idea was that people in the US tend to be unhappy because others around them have more than they do, even though in many case others are inflating their current state. Intetesting take also because we are having our children believe they are special.
While working on a project in the last few weeks I needed various tools and gathered them in shortlists like I always do. Besides the ones I picked now, I already had a few others in there and thought I should share them with you.
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