I hope you’ve enjoyed learning how Angular can help you develop secure web applications! It’s a fantastic open source project that’s changed my life as a UI developer. Writing testable MVC code with TypeScript is much easier to maintain than the glob of jQuery code I used to write.

I encourage you to follow the Angular Blog and @angular on Twitter.

Now that you’ve learned how to use Angular, Bootstrap, Spring Boot, and a bit of Kotlin, go forth and develop amazing applications!

Go forth and develop amazing applications!

Additional reading

If you want to learn more, here are some suggestions.

One of the most comprehensive books I’ve read on Angular is ng-book: The Complete Book on Angular by Nathan Murray, Felipe Coury, Ari Lerner, and Carlos Taborda) (, continuously updated).

Angular Projects by Aristeidis Bampakos (Packt, July 2021) covers Angular and its ecosystem, including Angular Router, Scully, Electron, PWAs, Nx monorepo tools, NgRx, and more.

Learn how Spring Boot simplifies cloud-native application development and deployment with Spring Boot: Up and Running by Mark Heckler (O’Reilly Media, Inc., February 2021).

I wrote The JHipster Mini-Book (InfoQ, March 2023). JHipster automates the generation of Angular + Spring Boot apps with best practices and security baked in by default!

Folks to follow

If you’re on Twitter, follow these Angular experts for news, events, and howtos:

For the latest happenings in the world of Spring Boot, I recommend following these fine folks: