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Rails, Angular, Postgres, and Bootstrap, 2nd Edition by David B. Copeland

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Next: Combining Data with a Second Source in Angular

We’re about to complete our journey in creating a high-performing, usable, and clean way for our users to see a customer’s details. We have our UI designed and built, and our back end is now clean, simple, and fast. We now need to bring them together in our Angular app.

With what we know about Angular, using this data in our view is pretty easy. We’ve seen how we can request information from the server using $http, and we’ve seen how to show that data in our view using Angular’s templating system, along with the ng-model directive.

One thing you might have noticed is that our CustomerDetail model doesn’t expose some of the billing information, such as the last four digits and expiration ...

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