Although very popular, good and comprehensive AngularJS learning matarials are only starting to emerge. It's easy enough to jump into the framework, but no doubt you will quickly get stuck and with some misfortune, you could land on a well meant but outdated Stack Overflow answer.
If I would start learning Angular JS today I would:
- Do the tutorial phone app on the Angular website
It is the best overview of all that Angular has to offer and has tests for all the steps, which are often missing in other tutorials.
- Get a big book
There are at least a few now. My current favourite is the ng-book. It has a good pace and lots of examples. Read it and keep it handy.
- Start building something
- When you are stuck, watch some videos or dig into articles
Check this repo by jmcunningham for a ton of various resources on Angular. A very popular destination for bite sized videos is egghead.io.
Build your own Angular - at the time of writing, this is an early-access book. The content is second only to reading the source code itself, but much easier to chew down.