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I'm fire hose training on Angular and bootstrap and there are some things that I'm having trouble getting my head wrapped around. Specifically, the @Input and @Output decorators and Observables and EventEmitters. I know, input and output are basic level stuff, but I still find myself following tutorials and asking "how did he decide that @Input had to go there?" There seems to be some basic concept that I just haven't grasped yet.

So, I'm looking for suggestions on books, websites, or tutorials (I'll pay for good ones). Some resource that did a good job of covering these topics, something that made the light bulb go on for you.

All suggestions are appreciated!
 
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I really liked the Angular 7 - The Complete Guide course from Udemy (always coupon codes to get this for under $15 USD), and Angular 2 Development with TypeScript from Manning ($18.00 USD when eBooks on 50% off - happens often).
 
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Thanks for the tip! I just bought the Udemy course on discount (New Year’s Sale)  
 
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