I have just been learning AngularJS and decided to build demo application that cover more techniques than the tutorial on angularjs.org. This application is only demo so it do not have complete server side, some features have the todos and there is not any test.
This demo application is some kind of automotive adverts portal, so I called it MotoAds. It has two main features:
* List of adverts – includes an advanced filtering and sorting.
* Add advert – a form with some client side field validations.
In this post I’m going to provide an overview about how the application is organized, back-end options that are available, and some of the features it demonstrates.
The Customer Manager application certainly doesn’t cover every feature provided by AngularJS (as mentioned the intent was to keep it as simple as possible) but does provide insight into several key areas. Here are a few of the features it demonstrates with information about the files to look at if you want more details:
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