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Learning Web Development with Bootstrap and AngularJS by Stephen Radford

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Twitter

This might seem like a pretty strange suggestion for a support resource, but there are some incredibly helpful people on Twitter. It may not be the best place to ask in-depth questions, but for small little tidbits it can be great.

It's obviously also a great place to meet lovers of both frameworks and participate in the respective communities. Both of the frameworks have their official Twitter accounts: @angularjs and @twbootstrap. Oh, and if you want to tweet to me, I'm @steve228uk.

Undoubtedly, as you learn more about AngularJS and Bootstrap, you'll need to refer to the documentation and ask for help less and less. One thing I've learnt is that it's great to pass on knowledge. You might be asking for help building that very specific directive, ...

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