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Hi, reactivated my account after many many years. Want to get into javascripts. I understand things have changed a lot. Any suggestions where to start Angular?

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Basics always remain same. Once done with basics one can look into the newer things.
Personally I find this a good start point for JavaScript.

For AngularJS, you need to have knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, CSS, MVC etc.
 
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AngularJS is Angular v1. The term "Angular" now means Angular version 2, which is generally written in TypeScript rather than JavaScript.
 
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