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LET'S LEARN ANGULAR2

* look for some good tutorial *
* download atom-typescript *
* type "ng new demo" in console"

1185 errors.

FINISHED LEARNING ANGULAR2

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  • 62
    *Adds angulur 2 as skill on LinkedIn
  • 0
    Give me an advice, it's better to master Angular 1.x or start learning Angular 2? Uhm..
  • 0
    @crisz be patient. Let ripen technology if you don't have enough time to waste
  • 0
    @vatson I already know angular 1.x but I never used it in big projects and I was about to buy a complete book (the ng-book), then I thought, what if in six months it becomes obsolete? I know that angular 1.x and 2 aren't compatible each other and if I start a project that could last years I wanna be sure that I'm choosing the best currently available. Opinions?
  • 2
    Angular 2 is nice
  • 1
    @crisz would start angular 2
  • 3
    Angular 2 is worthless we live in the world of React and Vue.js now, forget angular
  • 8
    * learn typescript
    * learn angular 2
    ...
    * angular 3 comes out, written in elm

    :(
  • 1
    @jonnyserra the time I take to Google it and a new framework is already come out
  • 1
    @crisz angular 1 is basically already obsolete. The issue with angular in general is that it is made by google for internal use so they just change things and drop features randomly. Learning angular 2 makes more sense, but I can recommend aurelia instead if you want to stop playing catchup with google.

    React and Vue also look good but I don't have any experience with them.
  • 1
    Try mgchev startup application on github ;)
  • 3
    Google is planning to release Angular 3 in March 😂
  • 1
    @crisz
    If you start Angular 2, I highly recommend installing Angular-cli through npm (if you haven't tried that yet). It will make your initial setup less bug-ridden, and it will automatically generate components, directives, etc for you through commands.
  • 0
    Aaah. The good old discussion about what is your favourite toy 😊
  • 0
    @Andre yes it's what I used and what generated the errors 😂 the command "ng new appName" is part of Angular-cli, but the linter said that's everything wrong. Probably it's a linter problem
  • 0
    @crisz
    Ahh right, didn't notice the syntax, was reading that at 1 am. I had similar linter problems during my initial installation, which was tying back to the karma/jasmine variables not being recognized in the spec.ts files. But, everything that was getting compiled to js still worked perfectly.
  • 0
    Goddam right
  • 2
    angular2 with dart lang is way better they say
  • 0
    I keep telling people, angular 2 is a whole new framework. Feel free to judge it, but it has little to do with angular 1.
  • 1
    Fuck Angular, and fuck their double curly braces.
  • 0
    @NOPSledRider interesting. You don't have to use it. It may make you happier :D
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