Why make a website about AngularJS? Well, after working for many years with Adobe Flex (now Apache Flex) and after spending a lot of time dealing with web technologies inconsistencies, incompatibilities and messy solutions whenever I needed to work without Flex and directly with the browser, finding out about AngularJS has been a great pleasure and I wanted to spread the word about it and help web developers learn more about this framework.

My name is Andrea Bresolin, I work on enterprise applications mainly with Adobe Flex on the client side and Java on the server side, but also with anything else I might need to integrate with existing third-party applications, to provide highly customized solutions, or for personal projects, and this includes web technologies (HTML/JavaScript/CSS… HTML5 nowadays). As soon as I got a deeper knowledge of AngularJS I definitely started to love it. As a Flex developer I think it’s the natural way to move to pure HTML5 development without loosing too many of the advantages of the Flash plugin and without getting too messy with DOM manipulation and endless JavaScript tricks (it’s pretty easy to reach high complexity and hard to maintain websites with JavaScript and jQuery). Is AngularJS the definitive solution to all the problems of web developers? Of course not because there are always new challenges and technology evolves rapidly in the tech world, but I think it’s definitely a great framework nowadays! AngularJS is often suggested as a good framework to build single-page web applications, but I find it very useful even for any website with a standard page navigation.

This website is not a complete resource about anything AngularJS related, it’s simply one more resource to hopefully add useful information and help people learn more. I plan to add more and more as time goes by giving you information about how to use the framework itself, but also about other useful libraries that are commonly used in conjuction with it.

Are you ready for the journey in the world of AngularJS? I hope you are as much as me! It’s an interesting world and if you are a web developer you cannot miss it!

If you want to learn more about me, you can check my LinkedIn profile. If you want to contact me, simply use the contact page of this website.

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