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5 reasons the best Angular Udemy course just got better | Maximilian “Max” Schwarzmuller

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Angular has had some real growing pains the past couple years. And while Angular Udemy courses are plentiful, this frontend JavaScript framework has gone through soooo many changes that it’s hard to know what courses are actually valid.

But there’s one Angular Udemy course that has always been a cut above, and recently it just got better.

It’s called Master Angular 8 (formerly Angular 2) – The Complete Guide.


Today we’re looking at 5 reasons why Master Angular 8 (formerly Angular 2) – The Complete Guide is worth your time and money.

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5. It was just updated. That means the course covers the most recent version of Angular (Angular 8) released in late May 2019. Keeping up-to-date with this framework in particular is a difficult task, but instructor Maximlian Schwarzmuller does it like a boss. You don’t have to worry about outdated code, incompatibilities or other problems that invariably come when you’re working with outdated tech tools.

4. The course has been expanded to over 37 hours of video material. You may even be speaking in a German accent by the time this course is over! (Max is from Germany.)

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3. The 5-star reviews keep coming in. Many courses rely on really old reviews to carry their course or otherwise proclaim how great it is. Not this one! The students who’ve recently added their reviews have been consistently pleased with the course, just as the students were a few years ago when this thing was initially released. Translation? The course is consistently good, and you can expect future versions to also be high quality.

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Instructor Max Schwarzmuller is a pro at keeping his courses relevant & up-to-date.

2. Even though it’s Angular 8, you still start from scratch. Check out the requirements for other Angular Udemy courses and they want you to have experience with AngularJS (a/k/a Angular 1) or other experience with frontend frameworks. Not so with this course. Sure, you’re learning version 8, but Max Schwarzmuller starts you off as if you’ve never been exposed to Angular before. This course is a dream come true for newbies who want the most up-to-date course at the lowest price possible.

1. The extra downloadable resources are insanely robust. How many extra resources do you usually see (or expect) from a typical Udemy course? 10? 20? Try 169! Max’s course is PACKED with extra material outside the videos. So you get 169 downloadable resources PLUS 45 articles and counting. As the days go on, the course just grows and grows.

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Some of the things you’ll learn and do in this Angular Udemy course:

There is also a big project built throughout the course (a recipe app).

Note: You don’t need to know Angular 1 or 2 in order to start this course. However, basic JavaScript is a requirement (and TypeScript knowledge helps, but not required).

Overall, Master Angular 8 (formerly Angular 2) is probably the best Angular Udemy course available. It’s complete, modern, and well-organized.

As we say in many of these reviews: for the price of lunch (or sometimes dinner), how can you go wrong? In this course you learn everything you need to become a fully-fledged Angular dev. Congrats Maximilian Schwarzmuller for another great one.

Check out the course here!

Pros

Most current version of Angular (no worrying about broken code)

Knowledgeable & personable instructor

Excellent organization 

Expansive course content

Cons

Only one main project in the course (recipe app)

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