Here you'll find a few simple examples using AngularJS, slowly building up to become a Tutorial.
For other introductions you might want to look at the AngularJS Book by Chris Smith or the ng-book by Ari Lerner. Once you get over the first steps, reading the AngularJS API and documentation becomes quite useful.
There are tons of web sites with public API that we could access, but most of them use the default CORS security setting (by not setting Access-Control-Allow-Origin) which means we can only access their API from the command line or from the server and not from the browser.
On this page you'll find a collection of web sites that provide public APIs with Access-Control-Allow-Origin enabled. You can access them to fetch data via Ajax requests.
Trailing closely the Hello world, the Echo, and the simple calculator examples, creating a TODO list is one of the rite of passage entering the world of whatever language or environment. Let's see how to implement a TODO using AngularJS.
Not long ago I have written an example adding numbers with AngularJS, but then I found left-overs from a previous attempt to write a AngularJS examples and slides where I found this example. A simple calculator in AngularJS.
We have seen how to create a counter in AngularJS in which we incremented (or deceremented) the counter by clicking on a button. In this example we'll automatically increased the counter as time passes.
Don't forget to check out the other counter examples!
After writing the most basic examples, I wanted to create a small calulator with Angular. It is one of the simplest code examples I can imagine after the "Hello World" and "Echo" examples.
So I set out to create a page using AngularJS that will add two numbers.
The Python Weekly is a weekly newsletter curated by Rahul Chaudhary and sent out every Thursday. It has an archive, though unfortunately I only found the first 81 issues in there and on July 30 2015 it was already issue 202.
Nevertheless, I think it is an interesting exercise to collect link statistics from these issues.
Specifically, I wanted to know which hosts are featured the most in the Python Weekly.