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Awesome Google Maps Components with AngularJS

Awesome Google Maps Components with AngularJS | AngularJS | Scoop.it

I have been hacking with AngularJS since the start of the year. I really enjoy the framework, though outside of personal and side projects, I really hadn’t found a good way to get it into the toolkit at work. I thought maps would be a good opportunity. I had already chipped in with two Google Maps pieces this year. Unfortunately though, I was only helping some people who were inexperienced with javascript, and wouldn’t be maintaining those projects. I looked into using some of the open source google maps directives out there (great job on all of them), but at the end it was too much to hand off to someone who wasn’t the strongest javascript developer, and ending up acquiescing to use jQuery and Handlebars.

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Learning AngularJS

Learning AngularJS | AngularJS | Scoop.it

A bunch of links to blog posts, articles, videos, etc for learning AngularJS. This list is in its early stages. Feel free to submit a pull request if you have some links/resources to add. Also, I try to verify that the articles below have some real content (i.e. aren't 2 paragraph blog posts with little information) to ensure I'm not listing "fluff" pieces. If you have an idea for a better way to organize these links, please let me know. As I find similar posts in the "General Topics" section, I will break them out into their own categories.

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Fun with AngularJS!

Fun with AngularJS! | AngularJS | Scoop.it

Recently AngularJS, an MVC style JavaScript framework fromGoogle, has been gaining more momentum. I’ve been curious about it for awhile and when I read this article recently, I decided it was finally time to give it a whirl. I was pleasantly surprised with what I found. I first watched these two videos by John Lindquist which I highly recommend as a starting point to get your feet wet. They are short and totally worth the time:

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