# Angular Content
I've been studying Angular for a few weeks now. Although I've used this technology numerous times in the past (e.g., in my master thesis), it's been a few years ago and I naturally forgot most of the things, even the basics.
Anyway, since I need Angular again for one of the projects that I'm working on, I had to pick it up again, and as a result, an Angular Series was born. I'm still working on it, especially on the NgRx bits, but the whole thing is at around 90% level of completion. I already see myself going back to some parts of it as I'm starting to use Angular, which proves that it's useful. I hope it will be useful for you as well.
I have to admit that I was very Vue-focused in the last years, and I didn't think I'd be ever switching to anything else. I'm not so sure anymore! Angular is definitely more involved, it requires you to write more boilerplate code (it's changing with Standalone Components!), but it's also very well structured and it kind of reminds me a bit of ASP.NET Core's way of doing things.
For small quick projects I'd probably stick with Vue.js, but for bigger ones, Angular could be a great alternative.