Introduction to Angular using EcmaScript 6


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Great tutorial! I learned a lot of new stuff. I also love the URLs in between, for when you want to dive deeper into the subject (later on).

A point of feedback, try to use less shortcuts, or leave a bit more time between switching different files.
You did leave files open when helping people, so it wasn't a real problem, but when you're typing along, it can be just a bit too fast :)

The setup work could have been done by the participants on forehand, so we would have had more time to follow your critical steps in the first part of the tutorial.
In this first part, the steps which seemed logical to you, where going to fast for us to follow. Switching screens rapidly.
We would have liked to get a better introduction, to angular itself, ECMA 6 pro's / features, before applying them. Some clarification to what routes are and the function of the index.module.js file.. because in the first assignment we did not even know of it's existence, making our effort to create something fail.

Very interesting subject, and obvious you know what you are talk about, but lack of background information for angular noobs.

Mathieu Maes at 22:18 on 29 Jan 2016

It was definately worth it, it gave me a good beginner's insight on both ES6 and AngularJS. It completely fulfilled my expectations!
Just 2 tips:
- You're a really fast coder and are constantly switching files while explaining. Give people a chance to take a good look at the code.
- My colleagues that registered for another tutorial did get some setup instructions beforehand to prepare.

Rob ter Haar at 11:35 on 31 Jan 2016

It was a nice introduction in angular and ES6.

Some recomendations for the future:
use a git repo with tags or branches for the different stages so people can checkout these to catch up
and maybe some background information in angular on components, services etc if you are new to angular its going very fast.

Scato Eggen at 10:18 on 5 Feb 2016

Good introduction to both Angular and ES6. Also nice to learn about material design!

Maybe you could start with a quick overview of what we will be doing in the tutorial, like:
1. set up
2. create a controller
3. create a simple component
4. create a complex component