Top 3 Influential AngularJS Bloggers

Today we’re looking at the top three AngularJS bloggers. They’ve been writing a lot of tutorials, how-tos and all sorts of guides to make it easier for the rest of us to solve our problems with AngularJS. What I appreciate about these AngularJS bloggers is that they are not afraid to do a deep-dive and explain the inner workings of Angular to increase performance and to increase our understanding of the framework.

UPDATE: I forgot someone!

Ben Nadel

Ben Nadel has been writing AngularJS articles for…since forever (2012) it looks like and in great depth too. He wrote a good article covering performance of $scope.evalAsync and even wrote his own replacement for $resource/ngResource called httpi.

AngularJS Bloggers

1. Todd Motto

A developer at Google working with AngularJS every day it seems, Todd Motto is writing quite a bit on Angular and JavaScript in general. His opinionated AngularJS style guide for teams was popular on reddit and hacker news and has inspired AngularJS devs to think about writing their own style guides based off of his style guide.

He also has a nice article on creating an AngularJS directive from one of your existing plugins/scripts.

2. Year of Moo

They don’t post articles about AngularJS often but when they do, they’re full-on guides that cover a lot and contain many useful ideas.

One of their most popular articles is about unit testing, end2end testing and midway/integration testing with AngularJS. This article is the standard reference that is linked to everywhere whenever unit testing in AngularJS is discussed.

3. Misko Hevery

The father of AngularJS posts non-stop on Twitter about Angular and how it works with Dart, Google’s JavaScript-based language. He re-tweets many great articles that can help you when developing AngularJS apps, and he has over 10,000 followers.

More Places To Get Your AngularJS Fix!

Overall it’s hard to find out who’s the most influential, there are more and more people checking out AngularJS every day and it’s a decentralized community, you can find great information in all sorts of places.

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