AngularJS modules are the core means by how you define the components in your app. Besides defining your components, modules provide a way to indicate the dependencies your components require and they help you organize your components to help you write modular code that can be re-used across applications.
As long as I have been developing with AngularJS there has always been the great best practices debate over how to structure your application. Do you use a package by feature or package by layer approach?
Both have their advantages and disadvantages so let’s take a quick look at each before we get into how to implement each using AngularJS.
* Package by Feature * Package by Layer * Tiny to Very Large Projects * Use What Works Best for Your App * Where Do I Put My Unit Tests? * The Wrap Up
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