Spike to Learn Angular

Your end goal is to learn about test-driving Angular applications so you can reap the benefits of automated verification on Angular projects. You will use the TO-DO app as a vehicle to learn that, but first you need to get comfortable with writing Angular code. To achieve that, let’s create a spike that has the parts that any typical Angular application will have.

The spike we’ll create will fetch a list of language names from the server and display them in sorted order. We want to keep our focus on Angular and don’t want to get dragged into any server-side code when creating this spike. With that in mind, we’ll keep the language names list in a plain-text file and fetch it using an Ajax call from Angular code. Let’s get ...

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