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Web Development Recipes, 2nd Edition by Chris Johnson, Mike Weber, Chris Warren, Brian P. Hogan

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Recipe 16Creating Client-Side Apps with Angular.js

Problem

As users demand more robust and responsive client-side applications, developers respond with amazing JavaScript libraries. But as applications get more complex, the client-side code starts to look like a kitchen junk drawer, with libraries crammed together in a disorganized pile of event bindings, jQuery Ajax calls, and JSON parsing functions.

We need to develop our client-side applications with the same approach we’ve used for years for our server-side code. We need a framework. With a robust JavaScript framework, we can keep our code organized, reduce duplication, and use a coding standard that other developers can understand.

Our boss has asked us to build a proof-of-concept (PoC) ...

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