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Angularjs,9781449344856

Angularjs

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1st
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9781449344856

ISBN10:
1449344852
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
4/30/2013
Publisher(s):
Oreilly & Associates Inc
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Methods for building rich browser-based applications have grown organically over time, leaving JavaScript developers who are new to the process with no structure to follow. This book introduces AngularJS, the open-source JavaScript framework that uses the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern to organize your application. Written by two engineers who worked on the AngularJS project at Google, this book shows you how a few conventions can result in dramatically smaller and more expressively and readable code. You'll learn how easy it is to adopt the "Zen of AngularJS." With AngularJS, you'll learn how to: Separate responsibilities with MVC for maximum flexibility Use declarative programming for the user interface, and imperative programming for business logic Eliminate the marshalling boilerplate in data binding to make MVC effortless Extend HTML syntax Use dependency injection for refactoring, testability, and designing apps for multiple environments Gain structural support for switching views and deep linking


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