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AngularJS in Action by Lukas Ruebbelke with Brian Ford

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Part 2. Make something with AngularJS

The next five chapters expand on the project from part 1 as we start to build out a full-fledged version of the sample application, Angello. Angello pays homage to the web application Trello while using it as the backdrop for discussing various AngularJS techniques such as server-side communication, directives, forms and validations, animations, and so on.

In chapter 3, you’ll learn how views and controllers work together in AngularJS to control what the user sees, as well as capture user interactions and convey those events for processing. We expand on controllers in chapter 4 by introducing services and then showing how to communicate with a remote server using the $http service. In chapter 5 we extend ...

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