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Learning Web Development with Bootstrap and AngularJS by Stephen Radford

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Chapter 5. Building Views

In Chapter 4, Routing, we took a look at how we could turn our application into a multi-route and multi-view web app. We took advantage of Angular's router and set up partials for all of our core views. Now it's time to build up our views using Bootstrap so that we're ready to populate our app with data. Let's break down each of the partials one by one.

Populating the Index view

Our Index view is what's displayed when we first open the app. It is probably a good idea to list all of our contacts here, as we're going to need quick access to the information stored.

A table seems like it would be a good option, but first we need to think about what's going to be stored in our contact manager. Here's a list of possible items: ...

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