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How to Create a Prototype Angular UI without a Back-end

How to Create a Prototype Angular UI without a Back-end | AngularJS | Scoop.it
So, you’ve got an AngularJS UI built out, but you’ll need a fleshed-out back-end before being able to really take it for a test drive, right? Actually, with the magic of Angular and its mocked $httpBackend, we don’t need no stinking back-end!

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Is Angular.js or Ember.js the better choice for Javascript frameworks?

Is Angular.js or Ember.js the better choice for Javascript frameworks? | AngularJS | Scoop.it

Tom Dale's answer: As one of the authors of Ember.js, I frequently get asked: "Should I use Angular or Ember?"
I think the answer to that question has a lot more to do with what kind of application are you building?

 

While there are a few superficial similarities—they both use bindings and are more helpful for writing web applications than, for example, Backbone.js—they quickly depart from one another in how they expect you to approach building apps.

We want developers to be able to build ambitious web apps that are competitive with those native apps. To do that, they need both sophisticated tools and the right vocabulary of concepts to help them communicate and collaborate.

With Ember.js, we've spent a lot of time borrowing liberally from concepts introduced by native application frameworks like Cocoa. When we felt those concepts were more hindrance than help—or didn't fit within the unique constraints of the web—we turned to other popular open source projects like Ruby on Rails and Backbone.js for inspiration.

Ember.js, therefore, is a synthesis of the powerful tools of our native forebears with the lightweight sensibilities of the modern web. 


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Angular.js example application

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This article is my first one for quite a while, there is a reason for that but I will not bore you all with that. Anyway I have written this article after a little time off. So what does it do, what is this article about?

I decided to spend a bit of time to learn a bit more about a popular web MVC framework by our friends at Google called Angular.js, which is a JavaScript MVC framework, which is a bit of departure for me from my usual XAML influenced world. It is however good to try things out to get an appreciation of how you would do things in different languages/environments (my old mentor Fredrik Bornander (AKA the Swede) told me that), so I decided to take Angular.js for a spin.

This article will talk about some of the fundamental ideas behind Angular.js, and shall then focus on the specifics of the demo application that I have created to go along with this article.

Before we get into the actual article I will just breifly (not too techie just yet, though I know you lot will want to see that, and it will come don't worry) talk about what the demo app does in plain terms, so you know how to drive the thing yourself when you download it.


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