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Using Modules to Organize Code in Angular JS

Till now we have learn about how AngularJS uses dependency injection with factory functions when you create components such as controllers, filters, and services. We also know that the second argument to the angular.module method, used to create modules, was an array of the module’s dependencies [Continue Reading]

Concepts while working with Angular JS Application

AngularJS applications follow the MVC pattern. But while developing Angular JS Application it requires a wide range of building blocks. There are, of course, the headline building blocks—the model, the views, and the controllers—but there are lots of other moving parts in an AngularJS app as well while developing Angular JS application which includes modules, directives, filters, factories, and services. During development you use these smaller components to flesh out the bigger MVC pattern. [Continue Reading]