That was easy, wasn't it? We just introduced you to the Angular framework.
We started with the history of AngularJS. Then, we discussed the benefits of AngularJS and the birth of AngularJS. We discussed what's new in Angular and gave you a brief introduction to the architecture of Angular.
We also saw what is needed and how to set up a development environment in order to write an Angular application.
Finally, we did a walk-through on how to create your first Angular application using Visual Studio Code and Node.js.
We had a great start and learned a few basics in this chapter. However, this is just the beginning. In the next chapter, we will discuss some of the core building blocks of the Angular architecture, such as a module, component, ...