My upcoming project is being developed with a client-side framework called AngularJS. It is currently rather popular partly through the popularity of the Singe Page Application model. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single-page_application)
The backend relies on ASP.NET built using C#, but AngularJS is new for me so it calls for a course.
Now and again I do something small using jQuery but I cannot do much more than the very basics.
At Code School (Codeschool.com) I found a good course and I started it with much enthusiasm.
The course consists of 4 parts: 3 modules of basic knowledge and 1 of “best practices”.
Starting with Part 1 I quickly got the feeling that my lack of knowledge wasn’t as bad as I had thought. Basic knowledge about variables, scoping, concatenation and use in HTML were explained , things I already knew.
Confidently I moved to Part 2: for and while loops, prompt and confirm, if-else, functions and the array: a couple of refreshers but mainly knowledge I already have.
On to Part 3: Where things start to get a bit tougher.