Where To Go From Here?

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It’s been an exciting time. We’ve talked a lot about what Angular has to offer. You may be asking yourself, “What now?” At this point, you have enough knowledge to tackle personal projects and build your own portfolio.

Portfolio ideas

Here are some ideas for small projects you can add to your portfolio

  • Weather app: There are dozens of free APIs online that can provide weather data from anywhere in the world. This will allow you to experiment with UI/UX design since APIs can supply a lot of information about the weather.
  • Chat app: Dealing with real-time data can be a challenge. There are a lot of services out there that can handle storing data in realtime. A chat is a great way to dip your feet in with sockets and real-time data.
  • Your own portfolio site!: There’s a concept called the JAMstack. Building your own portfolio and blog is a great way to get started with this realm of front-end development.


Learning never ends! Angular is constantly evolving. There’s a new major version of Angular every 6 months. I highly recommend checking the official blog daily for the latest news on Angular.

Another popular resource for frontend devs is DEV.

Check it out to see what other Angular devs are doing. It’s a great way to learn tips and tricks for Angular.

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