AngularJs Resources

I am trying to list up good tutorials and resources available on AngularJs . If you are one of those who are looking for some of the best resources to quickly learn AngularJs, here is the list for you. Please note that this is a “working post”. I will keep it updating with new resources.

Why Angular (from creators)?

Kickstart Your AngularJS Development with Yeoman, Grunt and Bower

Ultimate guide to learning AngularJS in one day

PhoneCat Tutorial App

Step by Step AngularJs Tutorial

Understanding Scopes

3-way data binding using firebase and Angular

AngularJS for jQuery Developers

 

 

Don’t get Scroogled

Microsoft gone after Google with its ad Campaign: http://www.scroogled.com and this is not first time. :-)

Wondering if Outlook.com is any better option. Not sure how many of us would opt for Microsoft on the basis of claims made in their advertisement. I’ll figure this out for myself though.
First thought, why should I not use my own email services provided by Godaddy? They have decent up-time record and I don’t have a critical mission here. All I need to figure out what sort of privacy / security mechanism is in place.

2010 – Blogging off

Well, when I decided to land on my own blog today I never thought that I’d be surprised to see that there is not even a single post I made last year. It was a laziest year of my life I would like to add. However, it was not bad at all. I did what all I wanted to, be it personal or professional life. umm That’s fine.

Well, doing some lots of C# and SOA lately and my new love is Jquery. Its awesome by the way if you are new like me. fall back for more stuff.

Hey you! I am alive :-)

Guys, If you don’t see any post here it is just because I have been away from blogging completely. I am still breathing.

Google Browser Size – A New Tool

Google has launched a new addition to its collection of Labs tools called Browser Size.

Google Browser Size is a visualization of browser window sizes for people who visit Google. For example, the “90%” contour means that 90% of people visiting Google have their browser window open to at least this size or larger.

 This seems much better service than Google Wave. :-)

Google Logo for Children’s Day.

Google Logo

 

Google India had launched a nation-wide competition for students to design a Google logo for 14th November, 2009. Finally, the winner is Puru Pratap Singh of Gurgaon – a student of class 4th. :)

November 14 is celebrated as Bal Divas (Children’s Day) in India. This logo will be live on Google.co.in on 14th.