I chose to use Angular partly because that's what I know right now, and I didn't want to take a lot of time learning the basics of something else. I also wanted more practice with Angular and learn some more of it's features/capabilities and things that I usually don't mess with, one being Angular Material. For work, I build components in Angular, but we have our own custom theme, so I'd never played around with Angular Material much. This seemed like the perfect opportunity.
What I Learned
Here's some thoughts about my experience of this exercise:
Happy coding and stay curious!
I am a Software Developer, a career shift made in 2018. So far, I have experience with C# .Net and Angular. I continue to let curiosity lead me into learning new technologies. I plan to share what I learn along the way about technology and personal/career life. Previously, my vocation was United Methodist pastor. So in addition to coding, I'll share about theology, the Church and The Bible. I also enjoy running, music, and I'm a deeply committed father and husband. Maybe my experiences will help you. I know it helps me to share.