One of the main complaints for AngularJS developers is that the documentation isn’t quite as rich as we’d like. I had the good fortune to talk to one of the members of the Angular team last night, and scribbled notes furiously. I’ve found each of the below valuable resources.
www.egghead.io has a great video series on AngularJS, launched March 1st, covering a wide range of topics. Binding, controllers, filters, directives and so much more. This is a really great resource for either new Angular devs that want to know more or existing Angular devs that want to brush up on specific topics.
The AngularJS Youtube Channel is a great resource for video content also. The Angular team contributes, as does the community, and there’s a lot of content available here.
If you want to drink from the firehose and be connected more directly to the team, Sign up for the https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/angular [AngularJS mailing list]. It also makes a great resource for searching if your particular issue has been found before.
StackOverflow has a tag for AngularJS. StackOverflow is a really great resource for Angular as you might imagine.
For developers wrestling with getting Angular to bootstrap in Internet Explorer, the IE page in their documentation has some great comments that talks you through what you need to do (yes, check the comments!)
When projects start to think about how to work with search engine optimization, YearOfMoo has a post on this worth reading.
Additionally, Stephane Bisson has started a project that works on the SEO problem. Check it out!
Dean Sofer has a great blog entry with a bunch of AngularJS tips and tricks, including a nice section on templates.
If you’re running in to difficulties doing end to end testing with Selenium, check out E2E.