Congratulations on completing this course! It’s been a lot of work, but we’ve built a really great app together. I’ve added some links below that might be of use as you continue to learn about Angular. And check out some of our other Angular courses here on Envato Tuts+!
1.Introduction5 lessons, 29:28
2.The Projects List6 lessons, 39:35
3.The Users5 lessons, 31:28
4.The New Project Form4 lessons, 30:48
5.The Project Page4 lessons, 49:46
6.Conclusion2 lessons, 04:08
Well, that brings us to the end of our course. We've completed a very basic project management application and I hope you've learned a lot about Angular 2. Of course, there's a lot more in Angular 2 that we didn't cover. We never talked about building our own custom directives which are kind of like components, they just don't have a template associated with them. And other features as well that we didn't really talk about. And of course, there's a lot more you can do with observables too. If you're interested in learning more about Angular 2, let me suggest a few places. First of all, Tuts+ does have a lot of other resources. I've just gone to tutsplus.com and I've just searched for Angular 2. And you can see that there's a whole bunch of courses showing up. There are several books that you can use, especially if you're switching from Angular 1 to Angular 2. Switching to Angular 2 by Packt Publishing, might be very useful. If you found this course a little bit over your head, you might wanna look into Getting Started with Angular 2 and Typescript, or How to Set Up Basic Routing in Angular 2. If you're interested in building another app, you might check out Create a Portfolio Site With Angular 2, and a bunch of these other courses as well. Of course, you'll find a lot of great answers to Angular 2 questions on Stack Overflow and other websites. Just make sure that when you're looking at some of these tutorials, they are using the latest version of Angular 2. A lot of tutorials and Stack Overflow answers were written long before Angular 2 actually came to a version 1. And so, you may see some different syntaxes and other things like that. Just check the version and make sure you've got something since the actual first release of Angular 2. Another thing you may want to check out is the command line interface tool for Angular 2. This is made by the Angular team. As you can see, it's based on the ember command line interface. And the Angular-CLI will have a lot of great features for automatically making components and templates and other things like that. You probably saw, as we went through this application, that although Angular 2 is a great framework, there's a lot of typing to do. A lot of scaffolding to set up every time you want to create a new component. Well, the Angular command line interface could cut away some of that work for you. As you can see, it's still very much work in progress and it is in beta. So things might change in the near future for this, but you may want to give this a try. As you can see, it makes generating new components and things like that quick and easy terminal command. So that might be something you wanna check out. Well, that's it for me for now. I'm Andrew Burgess and you've been watching Building Modern Web Applications with Angular 2. I'll see you later.