Introduction to MVC
We have taken a quick look at AngularJS and how to get a simple Angular-based web page up and running, but the reality is that you don’t need AngularJS if all you want to do is build a very basic application.
One of the major strengths of AngularJS lies in its ability to help you properly organize and structure your applications, and very small applications tend not to benefit much at all from this. Of course, smaller applications should be properly structured too, but such applications are not as likely to require the rigid underpinnings and formal structure of a medium- or large-sized application. The way you would ...